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At a time when humans were just starting to venture forth into the Galactic Union as mercenaries, Martin Quincy survived long enough to do something no one else had - he retired. There was only one problem. He got bored. What does a "Legend" do when even the merc life gets boring? He starts his own company! Along with buddy Kal Turner, they marshaled their Torvasi and Andori troopers and began taking contracts.  

A force for good, Quincy went about the galaxy, killing aliens and getting paid, while righting all the wrongs he found along the way. His only problem was that he was successful - too successful - and some races don't take losing very well. Worse, they're willing to stop at nothing - even blowing up a planet, if that's what it takes - in order to get even with Quincy.  

Can Martin find out who's framing him and bring them to justice? Perhaps the real question is, "Will he have time?" His Sirra'Kan princess partner's biological clock is ticking, her father, Kor'Findralis, the Prime of Te'Warri, wants an heir, and now Quincy has a Blevin mistress to somehow work into the mix. What happens when you long for the simplicity of combat? You take more contracts because, on a mission, the worst thing that can happen to you is you get killed!

©2020 Christopher Woods (P)2020 Tantor

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Need a different narrator

Good story, but narrator and I did not gel. Very hard to follow when characters are basically same voice.

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Disappointing Narrator

I enjoyed the first two books. However, the narrator's voice doesn't have the same depth and range as Marc Vietor. He should have pronounced Koreverone the way it was in book one...very annoying. The only thing that kept me listening was curiosity.

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The voice actor chosen was a poor choice

The story was great, but the person reading it was a poor choice for this book, he made alligator centaurs with miniguns boring.

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You will laugh so hard.

Great story flashes in and out and lots of smartassery great narrator really gets the snark