The Final Battle (Legion of the Damned Series #2)

The Final Battle (Legion of the Damned Series #2)

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by William C. Dietz
     
 

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The Confederacy is threatened by an uprising of the Hudathans, an unfeeling cyborg race that has built up its forces through stolen technology, and their only opponents are the members of the Legion.  See more details below

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The Confederacy is threatened by an uprising of the Hudathans, an unfeeling cyborg race that has built up its forces through stolen technology, and their only opponents are the members of the Legion.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101495780
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
07/01/1995
Series:
Legion , #2
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
400
Sales rank:
87,379
File size:
605 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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A tough, moving novel of future warfare.

Meet the Author

William C. Dietz grew up in the Seattle area, spent time with the Navy and Marine Corps as a medic, graduated from the University of Washington, lived in Africa for a year, and has traveled to six continents. Dietz has been variously employed as a surgical technician, college instructor, news writer and television producer, and currently serves as Director of Public Relations and Marketing for an international telephone company.

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Final Battle 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Ravenwood0001 More than 1 year ago
I looked through my boyfriend's books, found this book and squirreled it away to begin reading the moment I finished the previous book. Again, Mr. Dietz did not disappoint in creating a vision of the future detailed enough to understand, but not so detailed that you would have a tendency to get bogged down in it.

By the time the first few chapters were past Mr. Dietz had shocked me several times, though perhaps regular science fiction readers might not have been so shocked, I found them to be good, or at least acceptable shocks. Acceptable because I knew the moment after my mind had gotten done with the, "no, you can't do that, that's not fair," that really there was no other way for the story to be continued if that character still lived, got away scot-free, or what have you. Mr. Dietz appreciates his characters, keeps you in touch with them, but doesn't have any compunction on cutting one out or down to size as the plot required.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
A great book that deals with the military aspects of humans and other species. Has a good mix of everything.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book was horrible save your money and do not buy this book