• Wayward Soldiers

  • The Tyrus Chronicle, Book 2
  • By: Joshua P. Simon
  • Narrated by: Steven Brand
  • Length: 9 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (107 ratings)

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Wayward Soldiers

By: Joshua P. Simon
Narrated by: Steven Brand
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A father. A mentor. A leader. Still, a soldier.

Tyrus expected his world to change once the Geneshan War ended. He expected it to change more once he finally reunited with his family.

He did not foresee that the biggest upheaval to his world would be caused by Turine sorcerers tampering with an ancient Geneshan artifact in the capital city of Hol.

The land stands devastated and covered in a haze. Sorcerers are unable to use their power. The king and capital are likely destroyed. Raiders seek to profit in a world without law.

Tyrus decides that he must get his loved ones to the safety of the Southern Kingdoms if they are to have any chance of surviving. The quick flight he plans turns into a labored journey when local townsfolk join his party. Expecting only new dangers now before him, Tyrus fails to anticipate old ones haunting his steps.

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

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Good story, but falls a little short but not bad

This is the second book in the series, and has just enough action to keep it interesting, so I'll be grabbing the 3rd. Characters, some you love, some you despise, which tells that they are well written. One complaint, and I've seen it in most of reviews and now realize they weren't exaggerating....is how he goes on and on and on and on....get the picture...of his late wife. Very tedious and gets old very fast. Some parts of the book you may question why it's even there, but I feel it's because you're getting a sense of how Tyrus thinks. All in all good book...just skip the pages of him going on about his ex wife, and you'll probably like it.

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