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The Tigers Fate Chronicles of An Imperial Legionary Officer #3

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Allies have fallen back behind the great walls of Castle Vrell Stiger finds himself named Legate of the Vanished the long lost 13th Legion This title and his own word binds him to the terms of the Compact an ancient and mystical alliance formed nearly two thousand years before The snows have come and the mountain summit into Vrell is impassable On one side of the pass sits an army of the Cyphan Confederacy some twenty thousand strong On t My favorite book to

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2017 Gold Medal Winner for Best Science Fiction Fantasy Horror E Book Independent Publisher Book Awards The third installment of the award winning Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer series is hereA nobleman from an infamous family imperial legionary officer fighter and a right proper bastard of a manCaptain Ben Stiger has successfully thwarted the attack from an army of the Cyphan Confederacy Now Stiger his men and his new dwarven Mannnnn there is so

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He other sits Stiger his company the remnants of the 13th Legion and a dwarven army Each side is waiting for the spring thawBottled up in the Vrell valley Stiger and his elven companion Eli learn of Garand Thoss an ancient and abandoned dwarven city Within its hallowed halls resides a prize of unimaginable value; a prize that will reveal the true history of the empire and force Stiger to face a new enemy deadly than he has ever faced befor BrilliantWell hes d Napoléon et l'opéra other sits Stiger his company the remnants Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur of the 13th Legion and a dwarven army Each side is waiting for the spring thawBottled up in the Vrell valley Stiger and his elven companion Eli learn Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 10 : Les Débuts de la troisième République, 1871-1898 of Garand Thoss an ancient and abandoned dwarven city Within its hallowed halls resides a prize La France et les Français sous la IIIe République 1870-1940 of unimaginable value; a prize that will reveal the true history Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 9 : De la fête impériale au mur des fédérés, 1852-1871 of the empire and force Stiger to face a new enemy deadly than he has ever faced befor BrilliantWell hes d


10 thoughts on “The Tigers Fate Chronicles of An Imperial Legionary Officer #3

  1. says:

    “Well” Harananos said “there is a complication The young Stiger found the eagle of the Thirteenth” “The Thirteenth?” Treim said “The Vanished? He found the lost eagle?” “Yes he did” the emperor said “and that is the problem” “I do not see how” Treim was confused “It is just an eagle All he has to do is hang onto it until we can fight our way south If this castle is so well fortified there should be little problem with him holding out” “It is a bit complicated than that” Harananos said “This here is Eli’Far’s father” “That’s the elf who follows Stiger around right?” Treim asked glancing over at Tenya’Far “My son” the elf admitted speaking for the first timeThis make any sense? Then perhaps you should read Stiger’s Tigers before going any further is a transitional book The uotation above involves key players in “The Empire” who once introduced are never again mentioned in this volume And that is why I am not as enthusiastic about this book though I will read the next one within a few weeks“We need to send Stiger aid” Harananos said “Should Vrell fall the empire is doomed” “That is why” Tenya’Far stated “I am taking a force of elven fighters to relieve Legate Stiger” “What? I don’t understand” Treim said his mind racing He could not see how a remote isolated valley could hold the key to the empire’s survival “Elven fighters? Legate? We have not used that title in centuries We call them generals now” “General Treim” the emperor said leaning forward from his golden throne “as commander of my armies it is time you were told of the Compact” “The Compact?” “Yes” Harananos said “an alliance made over two thousand years ago”The Compact is the key to Stiger’s role and responsibilities In this volume we meet dwarves and gnomes and goblins and dragons Now magic is becoming of a factor We learn a lot about Castle Vrell and other things hiding in plain sight My problem isn’t with these elements or the world that Edelheit has created My understanding is that this yarn was like many that Dickens created serialized and thus there is some constant repetition of places and relationships Worse it is as if you were given chapters 11 17 of Oliver Twist as a complete book Shame on the publishers


  2. says:

    The good You know how you feel when you buy a can of Pringles? You know its not haute cuisine but by god you're gonna enjoy it That was how I felt about this It was predictable but still a good ride Sort of wrapping up the first story arc with a satisfying epic battle and some majorly creepy bad guys the reveal of the Minion critter was actually pretty good All told I think I dig this military fantasy thingThe bad Much like infomercials theres a lot of But wait Theres You keep thinking you've reached the climax albeit very briefly and then OhWaitTheresAWholeNotherArmyBwahahahahaha And this kept going right to end leaving you in a bit of a TV style cliff hanger Which is a mixed bag and by the end was completely obvious If you dislike Pringles you're wrong and you should feel bad


  3. says:

    Mannnnn there is some WAR going on Rome VS OrcsUh oh I've been very much enjoying the fact that these volumes are a bit on the slim side and now I see the next in the series is like twice the size of the others Time for a bit of a break


  4. says:

    It's the weakest of the series but still a good readThe roman military fiction set in a fantasy world thing is as fun as ever Problem is that in order to reach that part you'll have to trudge through a very lengthy exposition dump which eats up approximately the first fourth of the book It's for the sake of world building and setting up things to come but as a result this book is a very slow starterAfter it's done it's share of educational tourism it gets back to it's strengths warfare and from then on it's a great read While I didn't find the enemy or setting uite as interesting as the last two outings this one pulls from high fantasy and less from low fantasy which made the conflict seem a little too much like generic epic fantasy the actual fighting is as good as ever It also helps that once the battles start the pace and intensity of them lasts the whole way through until near the endThat brings me to the ending which takes a surprising turn We won't really know if it's good or bad until the next book but my gut reaction is to be a little concerned Just have to wait and see


  5. says:

    My favorite book to date P


  6. says:

    While I think books 1 and 2 are better overall I don't think this is a bad book and the rating reflects thatBooks 1 and 2 with their world building and introduction are engaging and wondrous Book 3 seems to have been setup as the stepping stone for the next mini arc within the larger story of the Ben Stiger becoming who he is meant to beWe still have some great reveals and there's a pretty great albeit slightly Deus Ex'y scene with a large mythical creatureOnward to book 4


  7. says:

    The pacing on this book was a bit slower than the author's other books because of the need for background verbiage because of a big reveal One that caught me off guard but in hindsight made total sense I was wondering how so many mythical creatures were interacting with Roman legions Now I know whyOne book and I'm out of books by this author


  8. says:

    BrilliantWell hes done it again a lot of stuff is revealed in this book that I'd love to talk about but spoiler alert so I wont this book felt so much intense than the previous two and the ending would have had me swearing at it in a good way if my toddlers were not in the room on to book four then


  9. says:

    GreatAnother great addition to the series marcs work keep getting better and thus series is in my top 10 all time reads


  10. says:

    So I read all 5 books in the Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer series at once which means1 Read the Tales of the Seventh and possibly The Karus Saga first Tales of the Seventh I would say absolutely read first because those are preuels involving the same MC Ben Stiger and almost certainly worth the read Unfortunately for me I was unable to get interested in Tales of the Seventh since I already knew where the story was going The Karus Saga is a preuel that takes place many centuries earlier and tells the tale of the missing Roman legion that was transported between worlds and created the second Roman Empire which Ben Stiger eventually serves2 I may misremember details and I won't be going back to check as my reading list is too long In particular I don't believe any of the books did something ridiculous like ending in the middle of a battle or not I would definitely give such poor authorship a low rating but here the entire series was enjoyable so I am just advising readers to plan on reading all 5 books one after another3 Although the information I found was spotty there are apparently 2 books in this series on the way with the next book due out in October 2020 Book 5 however ended on such a high note that I was initially given the impression the series ended there I asked the author about this on Goodreadscom but I'm not holding this review for the answer4 Books 1 5 are all getting the same review Ben Stiger a low ranking officer in the Roman legions on another world is sent north with his elf lieutenant Unfortunately the legions Stiger joins is rife with the politics of the Empire and as a result have fallen into terrible disorder and disgrace Stiger however is immediately given a mission to scout in force to an outpost that has been cut off from the main camp of the legions Seeing the opportunity in the mission Stiger immediately removes his own troops from the festering encampment and sets about returning them to proper legionary order before marching Fortunately for Stiger his march is joined by the one cavalry unit that has stayed out of camp politics as much as possible Unfortunately for Stiger his march is joined by a paladin since all know paladins only go where the gods send them and the gods only send them to troubleStiger's initial march leads him into discovering a magical sword and the tale of the 13th a legion missing for 300 years and commanded by Stiger's ancestor Confrontations with deamons and the rediscovery of lost tribes of dwarves and elves follow To top it all off Stiger even has to deal with the invasion of the Roman Empire by a neighboring empire the champions of opposing gods and the occasional dragon Bottom line Definitely worth the read


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