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Iron Wolves

Narrated by: Jonathan Davis
Length: 6 hrs and 57 mins
4 out of 5 stars (312 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There can be no victory without sacrifice.  

The Iron Wolves are a company of legionnaires whose legendary exploits date back to the Savage Wars. When they are invited to be guests of honor at a ceremony on a small, backwater planet, they look forward to some precious time away from the constant conflicts of galaxy's edge.  

But when a neighboring country invades, disrupting the ceremony and killing innocents, the Wolves are forced to make an impossible decision. Aid a people pleading for their protection...or obey the cynical orders of their senate to stand down and see how the dust settles.  

Taking their careers and lives into their hands, the Iron Wolves and local militia form a brotherhood determined to fight for what they believe in. War is on the wind, the battle is at hand, and the Legion is on the move once more.   

Strap on your bucket, grab your blaster, and start listening today. The Iron Wolves call, and death is on the hunt.

©2019 Galaxy's Edge, LLC (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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What a waste

Waste of time and money. I love the galaxies edge series. Not sure who wrote this one. It was painful. Narration was well done. Unfortunately the story itself was shallow and written for 6th graders. A completely Wasted credit.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Disappointing

The rest of the galaxy's edge books are top notch, but this one really fails to live up to the expectations set by it's predecessors. Anspach and Cole's guest author comes across as though he is writing about a subject he doesn't truly understand, or at least lacks the ability to authentically portray. The dialogue is particularly awkward.

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Amazing the difference between the two books

... and not in a good way.

Most of the characters were so non-circumstantial that they really didn't need to have names. The main legionnaire, Sam Samson, was uninteresting and his primary battle skill seemed to be him going into berserker mode during tense battle situations. There was a budding relationship interest between him and a local tracker but I stopped listening before the quarter point since even that seemed a bit too clichéd to keep me interested.

Jonathan Davis has an excellent narrator voice but his performance left a lot to be desired. The repeated shouting during different scenes was most unwelcome. It may work in a movie context but is generally grating in an audiobook format, imo.

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Did a Point write this

I was honestly disappointed with the book it doesn’t really flow with all the other books. It was way to cheesy, and when did the legion become Marines and say Oorah.

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  • Kelvin
  • Hamlet, NC, USA
  • 03-10-19

Slightly off

If this had been outside of the Galaxy's Edge universe i would think it was a decent standalone book. It reads more like Warhammer 40k than Galaxy's Edge. Cole and Anspatch just have a different feel to the characters and the way they think under pressure. Decent book, it just doesnt seem to fit with the rest of the body of work.

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Horrendous Narrator

I’m not just saying the narrator was bad because he isn’t RC Bray, the first order of the centurion had a new guy and he did fine. This narrator was distracting, inconsistent and frankly hard to listen to.

He shifted tone and intensity so abruptly and seemingly randomly (often mid sentence) that it was hard to pay attention to what was going on. He also tried to add so much emotion into like every single exchange that it made just normal character development dialogue or exposition seem super cheesy and obnoxious, detracting from the quality of the writing.

Further, I never had any idea who was talking. He had a ton of different voices but he used them all for everyone. Captain Zeno and Doc were the only two I could (usually) identify by voice everyone else seemed like their voice got picked at random at the start of every sentence (pretty much everyone went through a Scottish phase at least twice)

As for the book itself, the plot and characters seemed more silly than most of the other galaxies edge material. I honestly couldn’t tell you if that was because the reader made it seem that way or it’s genuinely the case but I did get the impression that there was an absence of the grounding which makes this series work so well.

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  • Todd
  • Minneapolis
  • 04-22-19

Ok for a budget title.

Characters were dim witted, flat, and forgettable. Dialog was 80s action movie bad. There is nothing the narrator could do to save it.

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Least Favorite in the series but still great!

The Legionaires in this book we less relatable but still good characters. Their allies really stole the spotlight. If these guys keep writing I'll keep reading.

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Not legion material.

Compared to the rest of the galaxies edge series, this reads more like a points fever dream.

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Great spin-off concept

Enjoying the history of the Legion. Also like that the narrators are different from those on the main series.

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  • David Aylesbury
  • 03-12-19

Trope city

I know the creative process is hard. I do it for a living. I can’t in all honesty let this lazy, trope riddled mess pass muster. I love the Galaxy’s Edge books. But this offering leaves no obvious stone unturned. All the low hanging fruit is picked and consumed with such gusto it results in verbal indigestion. Sorry but this is undiluted arse Gravy of the first water. Can I have my money back please...

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  • Lloyd Brown
  • 03-26-19

another great story

the galaxy edge series, is great, always well read and the story never disappoints. Awesome.