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Publisher's Summary

Humanity's greatest export - Justice.

Space is a dangerous place, even for the wary, especially for the unprepared. The aliens have no idea.

Here comes the Bad Company.

Colonel Terry Henry Walton takes his warriors into battle, for a price, in this first installment of The Bad Company. He believes in the moral high ground and is happy getting paid for his role in securing it.

Set in the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, Terry, Char, and their people - humans, Werewolves, Weretigers, and Vampires - form the core of the Bad Company's Direct Action Branch, a private conflict solution enterprise.

Join them as they fight their way across Tissikinnon Four where none of the warring parties were what they expected.

PLEASE NOTE

Inside this book is cursing, amusing cursing, but cursing nonetheless. If bad language offends you, perhaps this book is not for you?

Set on the foundation laid by the Kurtherian Gambit Series, The Bad Company tells an entirely new story in the Age of Expansion - when the Etheric Empire is fast becoming the Etheric Federation with all of the trials and tribulations that come with bringing together different peoples, systems, and ideals.

©2017 Craig Martelle, Michael Anderle (P)2018 LMBPN Publishing

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a great start to a new offshoot in the KGU!

a regathering of favorites with just the right chemistry! all linking back to current storylines!

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Action Packed

Very good start to another chapter in the series. I am about to start the next book.

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Great books

TH, Char, all the players in these books are just wonderful. This is my second time reading the Terry Henry books. I know I will be reading them again, I enjoy them so much. Keep up the goid work. Bren

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Head to space 🚀

I absolutely love TH and his people and can't wait to see them find their place in space. I'm ok with military action and fighting but for me this book was a little much. I would like just a little less fighting and more story of the characters. However I love the series and characters so much that I will read every word.

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May I have some More Please?!

May I have some More Please?! ... Alrighty, Yes that was a "from Oliver twist anyway I had just finished the audio book for ... Never submit & Darkest before the dawn, And couldn't wait for the next book in the main Series and the Michael kind back series as well as the TH series. Sorry don't like the Valery series don't like her character at all say to apologize to Justin like think is the author's name.

And definitely and gobbled up the Entire main series happened to the last book that has been released for audiobooks. Michael I know the only way you could have this incredible series is to bring in other authors that I have to say for good or for bad I love your style I love reading your books I love your portrayal of B.A

As far as this particular book is concerned the launching of bad company I am very happy that I got to read or listen to this 1st prior to the rest of the age of expansion bad company um I'm definitely in love with, if that's possible to be in love with a fictional character and of all the main series of actors.

The tie in with the mail series and 2 other shoot is quite well done. An avid audio book consumer, the story and narrator, working in the synchronicity With one another and bring this characters situations and backdrop for Mary Madge nations is the most crucial thing in my opinion.

So, Thank you for putting these bugs out allowing a least for myself a reprieve from the real world. I know these books have been churned out Adi what speed pace without sacrificing content storyline however as that subject line for this review notes hurry hurry hurry up I want more please more please more please.

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Good story

Would you listen to The Bad Company again? Why?

Yes. It’s a pretty good story.

What other book might you compare The Bad Company to and why?

This similar to all the other Kurtherian Gambit books.

What aspect of Kate Rudd’s performance would you have changed?

The male voices are pretty off setting. She has a nice voice. Just hit the male voices a bit lighter.

Any additional comments?

I’m still going to get all the KG audiobooks that come out.

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THW . What more do you want

Terry Henry Walton and his better half Charumati, with his team of legendary bad ass warriors his family and friends, what the hell more is there to want?

Great start to a new series, and hopefully, many, many more THW books, with the original wonderful narrator Kate Rudd

Can't wait for the next Audiobook in the series By Craig Martelle, Michael Anderle

Ad Aeternitatem.