Homefall: The Last Legion 4 - Chris Bunch Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841496294 / Author: Chris Bunch / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Publisher: Orbit / The Last Legion has questions that need to be ... more
Homefall: The Last Legion 4 - Chris Bunch ... answered. Questions that have now become a priority ...Why has there been no word from the Confederation: the Legion's own government and the power behind a thousand star systems? Against all odds, the Last Legion managed to reclaim the volatile Cumbre star system. Isolated at the edge of the galactic empire and outnumbered, it was a hard-fought war. And it was won without any help from the human Confederation government. The Confederation remained ominously silent throughout. Now, to answer these questions, the Legion must travel across galaxies to gather information. But can they keep their mission a secret from enemy forces - and will they have time to discover the truth?
Newest Review: ... world of Centrum to see why there has been no contact in nearly a decade. I expected that they would get to Centrum and it ... more
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by - written on 13/04/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I approached "Homefall", the fourth and final part of Chris Bunch's "The Last Legion" series with a slight feeling of trepidation. Over the previous three books, the Legion has been in the kind of action you would expect an army defending a remote planet vulnerable to attack to be in. In all cases, the books have been thoroughly enjoyable fast paced action novels. However, the end of "Stormforce", the third in the trilogy, didn't exactly build "Homefall" up to be as exciting. I approached this book thinking that they would be veering away from war and into the political side of the galaxy. I wasn't really looking ... Read the complete review
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