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Join the Legion! With over 40,000 copies sold so far, the Legion still needs YOU to join the fight for freedom. Enlist today, starting your career with any of the first three books! 2568 A.D. Five centuries ago, Earth sold a million children into slavery, the price of protection from the regional superpower. One group of slaves was bio-engineered and augmented to fight forJoin the Legion! With over 40,000 copies sold so far, the Legion still needs YOU to join the fight for freedom. Enlist today, starting your career with any of the first three books! 2568 A.D. Five centuries ago, Earth sold a million children into slavery, the price of protection from the regional superpower. One group of slaves was bio-engineered and augmented to fight for alien officers as the Human Marine Corps.To most alien eyes the Corps is a joke: plasma fodder equipped with third-rate cast-offs and so stupid that they go off to die actually believing they are genuine warriors.But there are others who look deeper and see potential. To them the human Marines could be the wellspring of something far greater…FREEDOM! As Major Arun McEwan readies the newly formed Human Legion to retake his home planet of Tranquility, loyalties are wafer thin and morale low. Even his closest friends harbor poisonous secrets.And he needs everyone beside him, because the Legion must strike boldly and win allies rapidly if it is to defeat the overwhelming numbers of an enemy led by Arun’s old nemesis.What the Legion discovers on Tranquility will scar Arun’s heart, and change the meaning of the word ‘human’ forever. JOIN THE LEGION NOW! You can join the fight for freedom directly with Renegade Legion, the third book in the international bestselling Human Legion series, without needing to read the preceding books. For maximum reading pleasure, though, start with Book1: Marine Cadet or Book2: Indigo Squad....

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ISBN : 25554062
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 372 Pages
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Renegade Legion Reviews

  • David P. Duffy
    2019-05-10 19:53

    Mediocre, Quick Reading SciFi Series Installment "Renegade Legion (The Human Legion Book 3)," continues the mediocre and increasingly inane series, authored by Mr. Tim C. Taylor. The downward spiral from the series' initial "ok" beginning, has been intensified by the banal writing, lack of a competent editor, confused focus, and wanton "borrowing" from multiple sources (i.e. Pierre Boulle's "Planet of the Apes" is the latest heavily mined). The continual data dumps of explanations by Mr. Taylor, of his world building, is another example of unimaginative narrative. If you need to explain things about the story you have written, you have not written well. Book 3 is barely recommended and was fully read via Kindle Unlimited.

  • Marc Morris
    2019-05-15 23:50

    Completely hooked with this series , now experiencing book withdrawal symptoms .The continuing story of the Arun and his marines . Main plot is still running and some interesting sub plots run in this book, the author has grew in confidence and learning to stretch his mind and delivering a impressive book

  • Bill
    2019-04-24 00:34

    A good read. The story is plodding along.

  • Jim
    2019-05-10 22:03

    These are strange books in that they are about Marines, but not the kind you and I would understand. These Marines are from a generation almost 500 years in the future. They consist of children given to the White Knights, a conquering race of aliens, as an appeasement to prevent the extermination of all humans. These children were raised away from all other humans and bred to fight. They are considered the lowest of the low and amount to cannon fodder for most battles. The group of young Marines we’re reading about have somehow become of aware of their captivity and are doing something about it. They have broken free from their Masters on Tranquility, have captured a starship that was transporting them to another battle, and are now going back to Tranquility to rescue and free all the other Marines and humans that live on the planet.Unfortunately, there also lives an alien species called the Hardits. These are even stranger than our Marines in that they resemble Earth monkeys with long tails, pointed snouts and sharp teeth. They can walk up-right, but for speed they go to all fours. They carry weapons either in their hands or by the tail when on all fours. Individually, they are not very bright, but they can be led by force which is the usual way to make them do something they don’t want to do. Fighting is something the Hardits do not like to do, but they will fight if given enough incentive. That incentive usually comes from their own artillery or machine guns at their back mowing down any who run! This works only because there are so many Hardits on the planet that losing a few hundred or thousand is not a big problem.So Arun McEwan, no a Marine Major as decided by his Jotun Allied Reserve Officer, must re-take Tranquility and rid it of all Hardits. Considering he has less than one hundred Marines under his command, it’s going to be tough. And that is an understatement. What’s so interesting about this story is the way McEwan and his comrades go off to fight what is an unwinable battle. They know they will be vastly outnumbered, but they believe the rescue of the local human resistance leader is a must in order to get all the other resistance fighters on Earth to fight with McEwan’s Marines.So, you’re going to have to read the book to find out how this battle turns out. There is a lot of fighting, a lot of tactics that are employed and a lot of things that don’t work. McEwan is so new at doing this that he hasn’t realized that not every battle will go his way. He also learns the hard way that some of his decisions costs lives and no will know if it was the right decision. Sometimes, even the right decision gets people killed.The writing is good, but sometimes with so many different alien races and the humans interacting, it’s hard to tell just who’s doing what. I like the storyline and glad to see it continue. We should have a long way to go.

  • Sean Bensken
    2019-04-28 02:58

    I've Enlisted in the Human LegionThis excellent work of Spec fiction had me turning the pages and wishing for more when they sadly ran out. All the characters have depth. All the characters have a reason for being included whether they are mentioned in a few sentences, paragraphs or pages. They all are relevant. This particular tale in the ongoing series "The Human Legion" has the same unique twist as the previous two: humanity is looked down upon by other sentient races and are considered underdogs. The universe considers betting on the humans a losing proposition and you'll only get long odds for a positive outcome. I'll take those odds any day on these representatives of the human spirit. The companion infopedia website http://www.humanlegion.com is more than just a gimmick. Visiting the website gave me a sense of belonging to The Human Legion. His attention to detail while explaining military jargon rather than assuming every one will know what "caribinier" means ( as many authors tend to do) is just one example of his love for his craft and by extension, his readers. This book moves the entire series' plot along. It's not just a rehash of battle scenes in a different setting. Any fan of Space Opera, Military Sci Fi or just a great story told wonderfully will enjoy this book. Pick up the other two and you too will find yourself looking for the nearest Human Legion recruiting station.

  • Doc
    2019-05-08 20:42

    3.5 stars.If I were judging the book only by indie standards, I would up that to 4 stars or more. By those standards this book and its two predecessors in the series are largely typo free and largely well written. By the latter I mean that I can read smoothly, without having to pause to re-read wandering paragraphs or sentences, or to ponder the vagaries of substantially ill-written passages.Humanity, such as it is, has been part of the White Knight Empire for centuries. The rest of the empire regards humans as the lowest of the low--untouchables and cannon fodder. In this book the efforts of Major Arun McEwan and an as yet small band of humans (with one exception)begin the effort to try to get out from under--in the midst, it turns out, of some larger, baroque, alien conspiracies that make things more complicated and dangerous.

  • Lisa
    2019-04-26 20:47

    This is a very well written story and deserves a high 4. However plan to follow the whole series as it is an ongoing story as the central character experiences success and defeat and grows up....slowly. There is enough action to please the pickiest reader and the info-dumps are separated into their own section and can be easily skipped for those who grow bored with background information. Clearly one of the better space opera series IMO.

  • Bill
    2019-05-09 23:42

    Not "Uurah" exactly but close enough for government workBeing one of the more ancient Marines myself I enjoyed the thoughts the "Old Corps" passing on lessons to the "New Corps". Good book and I look forward to the next.

  • Joshua Chausse
    2019-05-18 00:00

    Good third partVery good third part in the series. Can not wait for the next one to come out in the Fall.

  • taylor mcarthur
    2019-05-22 02:59

    Great seriesBrilliant book kept me hooked well with reading from book 1 g hj gj GH GH hh g ghbhhbhh h

  • Jim Kratzok
    2019-04-26 00:33

    Great story. I like the way the story arc is progressing through the series so far. The Human Legion is off to a start and I guess we'll see what happens in the remaining half of the series.