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Gears of Troy

Narrated by: Alexander Cendese
Series: Gears of Troy, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 24 mins
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Publisher's Summary

When naval officer Troy Weston loses his hands in a training accident, the doctors present him with a unique offer: robotic replacement hands with added strength and durability. He'll be a new man with a new life, far more capable than he ever was before. He accepts, and during his recovery he returns to Lake Superior to pilot his sailboat on bays he's known since childhood.

During a fierce and wild thunderstorm, Troy and his craft are sent through a portal and into an unknown world. When the rain settles and the winds lift, he finds himself on a foreign coastline surrounded by Greek architecture.

Stunned and wounded, he finds another survivor adrift on her wreck - a woman of rare beauty, armed with a sword, two guns, and an iron will.

Pulling her aboard his boat, she will utter a sentence that will change Troy's life forever.

"I am Helen, and you will take me to the war."

Experience this strange tale of alternate universes, magic, and mythology - a combination unlike any before.

Warning: This book contains adult situations, foul language, and a seriously good time.

©2019 Daniel Pierce (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Needs more

So here we have another MC that is clueless fool that gets lead around by his johnson. You pull this Fembot out of the water and see seems to hate the greeks, that's it? So clueless MC trusts random Fembot and he goes on a murder rampage against a nation because a Fembot just hates greeks. He has no facts to back ANYTHING up by the Fembot.

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Another fantastic voyage

Daniel Pierce delivers another exciting tale that brings us to an alternate universe where mythology is real. I have to say, I wasn't expecting to like this one as much as I did, but the inclusion of ancient mythology and historical figures really brought it home. The action is great, the relationships are fun, and the protagonist is very different from what you might expect. I'm glad to see authors trying new ideas, because having a lead character who is an amputee was really nice to see. I hope the sequel is as good as the first. I'll be waiting!

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awesome

good stuff cant wait for the next one always watch for books from this author

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yeah this is a thing I guess

did you like Westworld yes great you love it by now did you think Westworld was kind of like a ridiculous but mildly interesting thought experiment well this is a trashier version of that not bad not great

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