Black Legion: Assault on Khorram

Black Legion: Assault on Khorram

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by Michael G. Thomas
     
 

Assault on Khorram is the second book in the epic science fiction series Black Legion, that tells the thrilling tale of Xenophon and the Ten Thousand Mercenaries.

The Black Legion has won its first battle and is ready for greatness and the rewards it brings. Burning with rage from the losses at Cilicia the Legion want payment, and Cyrus has a target that should

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Assault on Khorram is the second book in the epic science fiction series Black Legion, that tells the thrilling tale of Xenophon and the Ten Thousand Mercenaries.

The Black Legion has won its first battle and is ready for greatness and the rewards it brings. Burning with rage from the losses at Cilicia the Legion want payment, and Cyrus has a target that should satisfy even the most avaricious of his warriors.

Hundreds of ships and thousands of mercenaries start their epic journey through the deadly Su'bartu Maelstrom that will take them to the heart of the Median Empire. Few ships have ever made the journey but this is no mere fleet of traders. The battle hardened mercenaries of the Legion are interested in just one thing, loot, and they intend on finding it no matter where they have to go or who they have to kill.

Xenophon and his friends face even greater danger when the divisions in the fleet are brought to the surface. Xenophon and Glaucon are forced to choose, but where do their loyalties now lie? To the Arcadian Titan they now live aboard or to the Legion and its desire for blood and spoils that knows no bounds. On the eve of greatest battle of their lives, the Legion may tear itself apart before firing even a single shot.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906512989
Publisher:
Swordworks
Publication date:
03/06/2012
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.72(d)

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