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A father becomes a soldier again. A soldier commands an army. A commander becomes a hero.

Tyrus never thought he'd see war again, but to save his family he must once again accept its sickening embrace. By night, painful memories of past battles haunt his dreams. By day, the nightmare continues as he commands an army against impossible odds to destroy the Geneshan artifact responsible for the near destruction of Turine. Worrying about friends and family both near and far, he wonders if he'll ever truly know peace.

Ava promised her brother she would take his kids and those traveling with them to the safety of the Southern Kingdoms. She didn't think it would be an easy journey, but she couldn't have foreseen facing roving armies in addition to battling the unexpected obstacles of the bleak land. She is forced into a role she never wanted, being a leader. With so many relying on her, she hopes past experiences and the fraction of sorcery still under her command will be enough for her to succeed.

©2015 Joshua P. Simon (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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Cannot stop listening!

Where does Resurrected Soldiers rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is the 3'ed book in the series and the 3'ed book i listened to, I can only say the story keeps getting better. so i would rank it 1, but you need to hear the other two books first to get the full feeling of this book.

Have you listened to any of Steven Brand’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have only heard this series so far, and he's doing a great job catching my interesse in the story.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

About the end of the book ad the end of a huge fight, it brought me to tears.

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Meh,

This one got really repetitive, every other sentence was I miss my kids or he was like family.. While at first I liked the kids/family focus as a novel approach to a story line I got more distracting from the meat of the story when that's all the author talked about repeatedly saying the same sentences. I barely even finished listening.

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great book

this was a wonderful book with a a great storyline that was very good very well

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Great read

Can not wait for the next volume in the series.
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Here we go again wasted credit

This MC (Tyrus) and author (Joshua P. Simon) doesn't know war, because he can’t understand why some soldiers love to be at war, even after the US has been at war for so long and with so many books on the subject over centuries of experiences to pull front. He also has the MC (Tyrus) who is supposed to be the greatest of the great in planning, but he can’t see what is clear and in front of him. Joshua needs to understand human nature if he wants to write about war and the people in it.
This isn’t really that complicated, you see it every day, it’s human nature. Some people feel more comfortable in war, which is why they break whenever they’re discharged from the military, while others feel more comfortable in jail, which is why they breakdown whenever there to be released and commit crimes to get back in. These are known facts about human nature, but yet Joshua contradicts them and says they’re wrong, what a waste. If I could’ve given this a negative one I would have, I’m just angry I can’t get my credit back now because I’m so dissatisfied.