This is the professionally re-edited edition of Peace Warrior, dated August 2011.
It's the mid-21st century when Sergeant First Class Grant Justice is killed during an ambush on an enemy tank column.
Six hundred years later, his body is retrieved from the frozen, arctic lake where he perished. Re-animated by a team of scientists, Grant awakens to a civilization that has abolished war. A civilization that has outlawed violence and cherishes Peace above all else. A civilization that has been enslaved by an alien race called the Minith.
Grant is humankind's final hope against the alien menace. He must be the...Peace Warrior.
©2010 Steven L. Hawk (P)2014 Steven L. Hawk
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Steven Hawk have written a story true to his warrior nature. A story told from a soldiers POV with the right mix of action, humanity and mystery. A full pact action book.
Found the book surprisingly good the price was right glad I brought it Well written very good narrator kind of slow at the start like the story.going to try book 2..
"Constant Attention Grabbers! Absolutely Loved!"
I consistantly was wanting to know what was happening next. I never became bored listening.
When Grant began to fall in love, and how he began to mature in what he believed in.
Seeing violence prison unite to help bring peace. The most unlikely people have the most memorable roles.
Hold on tight! This movie will be the best of your lifetime!
Must listen! From the first few sentences it caught my attention, and continued to have my mind actively thinking what would happen next.
"It Passed the Time"
I was looking for my next great listen and decided to give Peace Warrior a chance while I continued my search. It did the job. Yes, this is not a resounding endorsement. The story is straightforward, uncluttered with depth or complexity. Grant Justice is the ultimate warrior who dies in some future conflict. Some 600 years later he is revived to fight again. During the time before his reincarnation, Earth has become a pacifist's dream and so naturally, only a violent Justice can save the day. Will he save the day? Will he bring Earth's alien foe to it's knees? I'm giving nothing way in saying, "Yes, he will." The book entirely predictable, mostly due to conditions the author sets up in the story. A pacifist Earth doesn't need much of an alien presence and so not much is required to achieve victory. However, the narrator is well suited to the book's main character and so is a great help in making a mediocre work easy to listen to and so pass the time. (Would really like to give it 3.5 stars for an overall score . .)
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