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6 edition of The Convict Legion found in the catalog.

The Convict Legion

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adventure / thriller,
  • Action & Adventure,
  • Fiction / Adventure,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8498116M
    ISBN 101424131162
    ISBN 109781424131167
    OCLC/WorldCa609991609

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The Convict Legion is a story of desperate men in desperate situations that, hoping for freedom and redemptions, fight and die for a country that has discarded them.5/5(1). The Convict Legion book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Americaas worst nightmare has come true: terrorists have struck and hav. Across a hundred blasted war-zones upon a dozen bloody worlds, the convict soldiers of the 13th Penal Legion fight a desperate battle for redemption in the eyes of the immortal Emperor.

In this endless war against savage orks, merciless eldar and the insidious threat of Chaos, Lieutenant Kage and the Last Chancers must fight, not to win, but merely to survive. Across a hundred blasted war-zones upon a dozen bloody worlds, the convict soldiers of the 13th Penal Legion fight a desperate battle for redemption in the eyes of the immortal Emperor.

THE STORY. Across a hundred blasted war-zones upon a dozen bloody worlds, the convict soldiers of the 13th Penal Legion fight a desperate battle for redemption in the eyes of the immortal Emperor. In this endless war against savage orks, merciless eldar and the insidious threat of Chaos, Lieutenant Kage and the Last Chancers must fight, not to win, but merely to survive.

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From Book 1: The sequel, Steel Storm, is out now. ——————————————— A battalion of convicts Fifty second hand armored vehicles A desperate scramble to hold the line ——————————————- The Vasilov Worlds are on the edge of Human space.

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Whatever your reason, you have found the French Foreign Legion, the only place in the world for second chances.

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It's a badass female lead, who runs the group, a cool back story. In many ways it follows the tropes of military scifi, with cool military teams getting into battles, and some pew pew space fights, however it also has a few Cyberpunk elements going on there/5(73).

Windrow notes that many Foreign Legion memoirs must be treated with caution, because their authors served up fanciful tales to please credulous Anglo-Saxon readers. Gilbert’s short book is less a history than a miscellany of reminiscences.

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Convict Cowboys is the first book on the nation’s first prison rodeo, which ran from to Through extensive archival research Roth introduces readers to the convict cowboys in both the rodeo arena and behind prison walls, giving voice to a legion of previously forgotten inmate cowboys who risked life and limb for a few dollars.

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Zan wakes with no memory, prisoner of a people who say there are her family. This title is actually the first book in "The Last Chancers" trilogy. This novel was released in January The Thirteenth Legion is made up by convict soldiers. They are led and controlled by Colonel Schaeffer.

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Convict Cowboys is the first book on the nation?s first prison rodeo, which ran from to At its apogee the Texas Prison Rodeo d spectators on October Sundays. giving voice to a legion of previously forgotten inmate cowboys who risked life and limb for a few dollars and the applause of free-world crowds.

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The world-sized "ships" in "Legion" and their inhabitants are fleshy things that excrete blood, mucus and feces at the slightest provocation.