• Warrior King

  • Star Legions: The Terran Wars, Book 1
  • By: Michael G. Thomas
  • Narrated by: J. Scott Bennett
  • Length: 10 hrs and 49 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Warrior King

By: Michael G. Thomas
Narrated by: J. Scott Bennett
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An apocalyptic war looms, and few believe it is a war that can be won. As Terran colonies evacuate, the mighty Laconians stand alone against the merciless Median Empire. They will never surrender, and their new King, Agesilaus, has a scheme that could transform the fortunes of all Terrans.

As leader of the most powerful of the Terran states, he plans the unthinkable. Inspired by the valor and adventures of the infamous Ten Thousand mercenaries, he launches a pre-emptive strike against the Empire. Agesilaus and his twin sister, the warrior princess Kyniska, will lead the attack, and they will not stop until their enemies are brought to their knees.

Little do they know that the God King and his trusted warlords are mustering powerful legions from deep inside the Empire. Soon thousands of Median foot soldiers, hordes of monstrous Taochi warriors, and even large numbers of deadly fighting machines from the Robotic Domains are preparing for war. As the Terrans launch their battle of liberation, the God King puts his own deadly plan into action.

Warrior King is the first book in the Star Legions: The Terran Wars series by Michael G. Thomas, the best-selling author of the Star Crusades series.

©2018 Michael G. Thomas (P)2018 Swordworks

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Galactic Spartans

This is an interesting combination of ancient warring cultures and futuristic sci-fi settings with a lot of galactic politics and scenes of battle. The action sequences were entertaining but the point of view keeps changing and I was having a hard time determining which characters were doing which things at times. I know the Greek words were meant to put this into perspective but since I don't speak Greek they were more distracting than useful.

It's meant to be a large sweeping saga but I never cared enough about the characters to want to listen to the next 10 hours worth. Also, I didn't care much for the main protagonist. He's a little too cocksure and arrogant for my taste. Although, I was rooting for the ship captain.

The narrator has a good, clear voice and his narrations were easy to follow. I would have wanted the character voices to be more varied as I was having some trouble with which characters were speaking since a lot of the voices sounded alike.

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