Secret of the Legion, a military science fiction adventure

Secret of the Legion, a military science fiction adventure

by Marshall S. Thomas

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Overview

HIS PAST IS HUNTING HIM—AND SHE WON´T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER.

Thinker, once a proud soldier, bulwark against the enemies of humanity, and fearless immortal—is now a dishwasher trapped on a dismal collective System world without even his own memories to comfort him. Tortured by dreams of people he has never met, he will be returned to the clinic if he fails to adjust to life on the outside—and his adjustment is not going well. Although required to submit, he just killed a man trying to rob him…and it felt good. To make matters worse, the band of ruthless killers known as the Legion he was taught to fear, is after him…and he has no idea why.

BOOKS IN THE SOLDIER SERIES
Soldier of the Legion
March of the Legion
Slave of the Legion
Secret of the Legion
Cross of the Legion
Curse of the Legion

AWARDS
2010 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Science Fiction (Curse of the Legion)
2009 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Science Fiction (Cross of the Legion)
2003 IBPA Ben Franklin Award Finalist for Popular Fiction (Solider of the Legion)
2002 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Science Fiction (Soldier of the Legion)
2002 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Audio Fiction (Soldier of the Legion)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016395258
Publisher: Marshall Thomas
Publication date: 02/07/2013
Series: Soldier of the Legion , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 418
Sales rank: 100,140
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Marshall S. Thomas is a retired U.S. Government official who served overseas in East Asia for most of his thirty-five year career. He attended the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, the University of New Mexico, and the University of Miami and graduated with a major in Government/International Affairs and a minor in History.

Marshall's six-book action-adventure science fiction series, the Soldier of the Legion series, was completed in 2010 with the release of Curse of the Legion. All six-books have been Amazon Best Sellers in multiple Science Fiction Categories.

Marshall currently lives in Williamsburg, Virginia with his wife Kim Lien. He has two grown sons, Alexander who studied biochemistry and Christopher who graduated Radford University after studying art and graphic design. Marshall loves to write and especially enjoys writing science fiction. He is a member of the Virginia Writers Club, Goodreads, the Authors Den, and C.E. Winterland's Mindsight Forum.

BOOKS IN THE SOLDIER SERIES
Soldier of the Legion
March of the Legion
Slave of the Legion
Secret of the Legion
Cross of the Legion
Curse of the Legion

AWARDS
2010 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Science Fiction (Curse of the Legion)
2009 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Science Fiction (Cross of the Legion)
2003 IBPA Ben Franklin Award Finalist for Popular Fiction (Solider of the Legion)
2002 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Science Fiction (Soldier of the Legion)
2002 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist for Audio Fiction (Soldier of the Legion)

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Secret of the Legion, a military science fiction adventure 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
KRTL More than 1 year ago
Excellent book. Not finished with it yet, but it is definitely an interesting read. Keeps me on the edge of my seat!
ETMJ12 More than 1 year ago
Tons of Action. All Female Legionnaires are beyond gorgeous. Fun read.
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I would say this is a good book.  The character development is a bit shallow, especially regarding the female characters.