March or Die

Fifth Foreign Legion, Book 1
Narrated by: Charles Kahlenberg
Series: Fifth Foreign Legion, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
3.7 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Battletech authors launch a new high-octane, non-stop military epic. An alien race simultaneously slaughters Commonwealth diplomats and command officers while attacking a partially completed Fifth Foreign Legion fortress. The surviving troops try to reach the League's primary base, where they plan to consolidate and attack the aliens (in book number two).

©2016 Bill Fawcett & Associates, Inc. (P)2018 Bill Fawcett & Associates, Inc.

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great story horrible voice acting.

I read this book many years ago and looked for the audio version many times. after listening to this version, I can't recomend this audio book. First time out of over a hundred books in my library I says that.

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Good story, terrible naration.

I might have enjoyed the story if the naration had been decent. The narrator sounded as if he were straining to project a bass voice when his normal voice is probably much higher.