[Marc Alan Edelheit] Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1 [hard boiled Book] Ebook – Book or eBook

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  • Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1
  • Marc Alan Edelheit
  • English
  • 03 September 2019
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Marc Alan Edelheit ↠ 1 CHARACTERS

CHARACTERS È Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1 Marc Alan Edelheit ↠ 1 CHARACTERS Immering in the South Placed in command of a truly terrible company the 85th Imperial Foot he is unknowingly sent on a suicide mission to resupply an isolated outpost the garrison of Vrell Along the way he must rebuild his new company gain the respect of the men he leads survive an assassination att. Very readable and enjoyable start to a series blending Ancient Rome ish vibes with just a few tablespoons of fantasy magic At its heart it s a tough commander whips a ragtag bunch of misfits into the best group ever story and I m such a sucker for thoseI m not even taking my usual other book between books in a series as a palette cleanser Nope onto book two Boom

SUMMARY Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1

Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1

CHARACTERS È Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1 Marc Alan Edelheit ↠ 1 CHARACTERS The empire has endured many centuries but is now threatened by multiple wars and a major rebellion in the South A nobleman from an infamous family imperial legionary officer fighter and a right proper bastard of a man Captain Ben Stiger finds himself reassigned from a crack legion to the rebellion s. Well written interesting start to the seriesWhat I liked most were the military elements I believe this is where the book really shines The author s bio describes him as somewhat of a history buff I don t know very much about Roman legions but the descriptions and actions of the characters were believable and the author seemed to have a good grasp on military training and expectationsThere were some small issues that took away from the experience though First the author explained too much and didn t allow the reader to come to their own conclusions This is most noticeable when Stiger is trying to earn the respect of his soldiers The why of a decision is evident in the outcome It doesn t always need an explanation I would have also liked to see some of the supporting characters fleshed out a little Despite Stiger being fairly likable and clearly someone you can respect and root for having a fully imagined cast could have deepened my connection to his struggles and provide much needed depth to the serious lack of military bearing being displayed Although this is labeled historical fantasy I d say it s history than fantasy at this point Most of this first book focuses on the legion garrison and supply train Eventually the book progresses from basic legionary life to the exciting fantasy side but being that so much of the book is spent focused on the day to day activities of the legion and is basically uneventful I assume some readers will find it disappointing So overall this was a uick read and fairly enjoyable It looks to pick up on the fantasy side of things in the next installment so I will probably continue the series to see where it leads The Burning The Haunting of Grey Hills #1 know very much about Roman legions but the descriptions and actions of the characters were believable and the author seemed to have a good grasp on military training and expectationsThere were some small issues that took away from the experience though First the author explained too much and didn t allow the reader to come to their own conclusions This is most noticeable when Stiger is trying to earn the respect of his soldiers The why of a decision is evident in the outcome It doesn t always need an explanation I would have also liked to see some of the supporting characters fleshed out a little Despite Stiger being fairly likable and clearly someone you can respect and root for having a fully imagined cast could have deepened my connection to his struggles and provide much needed depth to the serious lack of military bearing being displayed Although this is labeled historical fantasy I d say it s history than fantasy at this point Most of this first book focuses on the legion garrison and supply train Eventually the book progresses from basic legionary life to the exciting fantasy side but being that so much of the book is spent focused on the day to day activities of the legion and is basically uneventful I assume some readers will find it disappointing So overall this was a uick read and fairly enjoyable It looks to pick up on the fantasy side of things in the next installment so I will probably continue the series to see where it leads

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CHARACTERS È Stigers Tigers Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer #1 Marc Alan Edelheit ↠ 1 CHARACTERS Empt fight bandits rebels and an agent of an evil god His companions on this journey of discovery and adventure are one of the few remaining elven rangers and a paladin on a uest for the High Father The battle to save the empire and the world begins here in the first book of this exciting new series. I received this book in a Goodreads GiveawayStiger is a Captain in an Imperial Army tasked with resupplying an outpost while retraining and preparing his newly assigned company men He has the help of his friend Eli Far and elf with pointed teeth The main story sounds interesting and exciting an army with elves the possibility of magic wizards and and other fantastical things I was so pumped to read this but I found it a huge letdownThe biggest problem is the plot there isn t one or at least the author forgets there is one until the very end of the book When the main event you ve been waiting for finally arrives it is over in a few pages and is hardly worth slogging through 200 pages to get to The majority of the book is spent on telling the various details of training and preparing the men It s interesting for a bit but I want excitement and battles When we finally get to battles there are no details no buildup It was like going to a fireworks display and seeing one dud and heading home Really That s itThe second major problem was the repetition Stiger s name creates fear and terror to everyone he meets We re told this over and over although we are never told why The elf has pointed teeth The shields are most expensive If everything was told only once this book would be half the length The overall premise had promise but sadly it didn t live up to my expectations