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The Tenth Awakens

Maraukian War Series, Book 1
Narrated by: James Anderson Foster
Length: 10 hrs and 46 mins
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Mark Victor was a soldier left broken after the Harmony War ended.  

What can a broken ex-trooper really do? What are they good for if they've gone through the EMF and been tossed out the other side? If you were to ask Mark...Maybe, doing what the enemy couldn't and following his brothers and sisters.  

Mark wakes up to a nightmare, to an unfamiliar place with unknown faces.  

A planet under attack, an enemy he's never seen before. He just wants to escape, but when he sees others in danger, he realizes that a trooper stands for something; they stand to protect their own. No matter the cost.

©2018 Michael Chatfield (P)2019 Tantor

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  • J.R.
  • 02-02-2019

From Harmony War and risk of death..to a God

Harmony Wars series was great, action packed and characters you can possibly relate to. In The Tenth Awakens, Mark goes from a phenomenal warrior and mortal to the smartest, strongest human in the universe. Yes you read that right, Mark becomes the most powerful and intelligent human being in the universe..until others join him in this change. I couldn't get into it when the main character could instantly overcome any obstacle in a split second, unrelatable so therefore hard to invest into.
I did like how Chatfield began answering questions left over from the end of HWar. As per his usual, the action was really well written too.

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  • kian
  • 12-02-2019

Love it

Wow... He does it again. I love this new series of Mark Victor, shame about his brother and sis-in-law thou. Looking forward to the next book.

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