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You’re human. Weak. Despised. There is only one way to earn respect: to fight and win… a Human Empire.Five centuries ago, Earth sold a million children into slavery. This is their descendants’ story of the fight for humanity everywhere. 2569 A.D. Battered but not beaten, the Human Legion follows the trail set for them by the mysterious Night Hummers in their quest for allYou’re human. Weak. Despised. There is only one way to earn respect: to fight and win… a Human Empire.Five centuries ago, Earth sold a million children into slavery. This is their descendants’ story of the fight for humanity everywhere. 2569 A.D. Battered but not beaten, the Human Legion follows the trail set for them by the mysterious Night Hummers in their quest for allies and assets.But first the Legion has changed and must ask itself anew: What is the Legion for? Who shall be its leader? In the fourth of the bestselling six-book series, journey to distant planets, experience holy war, hatred, and distorted love as the Human Legion attempts to carve out its own empire amidst the chaos of civil war.You will not journey alone: alien eyes are watching… Join the Legion! With over 50,000 copies sold so far, the Legion still needs YOU to join the fight for freedom. Enlist today!...

Title : Human Empire
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ISBN : 9781517628000
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 350 Pages
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Human Empire Reviews

  • David P. Duffy
    2018-12-11 13:58

    Series Just Gets Sillier As It Goes On"Human Empire (The Human Legion Book 4)," now authored by two, Mr. Tim C. Taylor and Mr. Ian Whates, continues to get sillier and more incoherent as it stumbles along.The authors seem to be writing strung along short stories, banal and threadbare in consistency. The MC, Arun, is still an overgrown teenager, trapped in ceaseless "...woe is me...," self pity. Characters who do invite interest, are fleeting, and others are cartoonish. The authors do not have the writing chops, to approach the level that is needed for their far reaching story arc. The potential merit of the originating storyline has been fretted away by amateurism. Bad writing does not help a mediocre story concept. The precipitous drop off (around 90% at the time of this review) of reviews from Book 1 till the series end, shows others concur."Human Empire," is not recommended and was fully read via Kindle Unlimited.

  • Bill
    2018-11-17 16:55

    The best one so far. Almost finished with last book in series (War Against White Knights) and this one was way better.

  • Jim
    2018-12-04 12:51

    These books are a little hard to understand. It’s got a lot of moving parts that sometime don’t seem to fit together. If you remember, we have a bunch of humans who, as children, were turned over to an alien race, the White Knights, in order for them not to destroy Earth. These children were taken to another world, Tranquility, and put in the care of the Hardits and Jotuns for the purpose of being trained as Marines. These human Marines were then expected to be the warrior class for the White Knights and fight their battles.So, from an early age, a bunch of human kids have grown up together, trained together, and now are fighting together, but in a different way than planned. One Marine, Arun McEwan, has been gifted with a different brain than the others in that he doesn’t feel compelled to follow the orders of the Hardits, Jotuns, or White Knights. He has befriended another alien race and in particular, an Alien he calls Pedro, whom together they devise a plan to free the human Marines from their Hardit, Jotun masters. They are now the Human Legion with a starship of their own and are out to fight against the White Knights to win their total freedom not only for themselves, but all humanity.They have tried to capture Tranquility, but were unsuccessful due to the number of Marines with McEwan is so small in number. But, they do find out that there is a cache of millions of human warriors kept in cryogenic stasis deep below the major city of Detroit on Tranquility. McEwan decides he needs to find some allies in his war so they approach a alien planet to see if they can convince the inhabitants to join the Legion. It turns out that the aliens on this planet are closely related to fish, but can and do remain out of water for extended periods of time. And, just like humans, these aliens have some political in-fighting with the High Priest (Listener Prime) intent on overthrowing the Queen. He intends to blame a massacre of his people’s children on the humans and make the Queen look bad in inviting them to come to her planet.McEwan’s forces figure out the plan and manage to defeat the aliens who were about to kill a bunch of alien kids. They also let the Queen know what was going on and she kind of believes what they were saying until she sees Commodore Indiya and her flaming purple hair. Apparently, these Littoranes have some prophecy that says a “purple warrior” will deliver them from their slavery under the White Knights. So, now they decide they must become allies with McEwan and his Human Legion.So, with the help of these new Allies, McEwan sends a Task Force back to Tranquility to rescue the remaining sleeping human warriors. At the same time, he needs to find a base of operations on a planet. The Khallini System seems to be the perfect location. The fourth planet is the perfect location for his forward base. Now come some big battles. Not only does he and his forces have to capture this planet, they must do so without destroying all of its facilities. And, during the fighting for the planet, he gets some Intel that says a large Imperial Flotilla is headed his way. This flotilla appears to be way too large for McEwan’s forces to oppose, so he has a decision to make; stay and fight for what they need or keep running.Read the book to find out what the Human Legion does. There is a lot of fighting, a lot of different characters and several different plots going on all at the same time. It’s interesting, but kind of hard to keep track of most of the time. Still, I like this book and this series. It certainly isn’t over yet. The White Knights haven’t been touched, but I think their time is coming.

  • Jim Kratzok
    2018-11-15 15:47

    My only regret in reading this book is that I finished it and now have to wait for the next book in the series to be released. This was a great story continuing the saga of The Human Legion and their move to become free of the controlling White Knight aliens and to win the fight against the rebel forces of the New Empire. If you love cliffhangers, this book has got a humdinger of a cliffhanger. Guaranteed to please.

  • Jerry Mercer
    2018-11-11 18:56

    Great StoryAlthough the story gets complicated at times, it continues to be exciting and filled with tension. The many shifts of characters and settings gets confusing at times, but the main character's point of view carries the story through.

  • Lisa
    2018-11-13 18:47

    Excellent series, but definitely not a stand alone in the sense that the next stage of the story is always being set up. So prepare yourself for a long read beginning with book 1 because it is so worth it.

  • Justin Lambert
    2018-11-16 15:38

    4th in the story lineGood story, but read kinda choppy as if the editor didn't let the authors fully develop the sub plots. Like to read it again with further development

  • karna chandru
    2018-11-25 16:41

    If you like scifi Great leisurely read. You can never pinpoint what will happen next! Funny and exciting. What more could you wish for?

  • PKA
    2018-11-30 20:07

    OkWas ok tough to follow, even confusing at times. So on to book five, I keep hoping for more but........