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A secret mission goes awry for Army Ranger Charles Shelby when a faulty parachute jump plunges him through time into a Bronze Age war. Befriending a peaceful city and its lovely priestess, he is tasked with training female guerilla fighters to counter northern barbarians infiltrating the city's peaceful valley. Meanwhile, he discovers a deep-rooted treachery in the city that threatens to wreck a culture he has come to admire and to destroy the priestess who loves him. With only his 21st century knife and his superb training as one of the modern world's elite warriors, Shelby triumphs over every peril but one, the formidable foe of his own heart.

©2016 The John and Stephenie Yearwood Management Trust (P)2016 The John and Stephenie Yearwood Management Trust

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could have been better

for the most part it was okay but there's some things that just fell flat the main character is extremely bland there's a case of instant love which is so cliche and not logical even in this situation and the character interaction is sort of flat also it sort of repeats itself several times it also drops characters for most of a book before he even mentioned them again. also I don't think the main character is reacting the way a 21 century would be reacting, there's a point in the book where he almost seems to condone slavery. which can't be a misunderstanding because the author himself is narrating.