Summary ↠ Recruit The United Federation Marine Corps #1 102

Summary Recruit The United Federation Marine Corps #1

Summary ↠ Recruit The United Federation Marine Corps #1 102 ´ [Reading] ➿ Recruit The United Federation Marine Corps #1 By Jonathan P. Brazee – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Desperate to escape a life of poverty on his desolate home planet Ryck Lysander enlists in the United Federation Marine Corps hoping to make aDesperate to escape a life United Federation PDF #10003 of poverty on his desolate home planet Recruit The Kindle Ryck Lysander enlists in the United Federation Marine Corps hoping to make a The United Federation Epub #226 better. Marines in spaceMarines in spaceThis book has a lot to take in As it follows one marine from initial enlistment combat and being wounded and going thru regeneration While set in the future it could be a present day marine The characters are colorful the action hot and heavy Any present day military man can identify with the main character as he competes basic training The DI's and their chewing out a recruit with the uniue style all drill instructors in any arm of the military haveWhile short this is a very good book I enjoyed reading it

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Future for himself However Ryck soon discovers that the Corps is than The United Federation Marine Corps PDFEPUBa means of escaping his former life as he is pushed beyond the very limits of his strength and willpower From bootcamp. A solid startA thorough look at the life of a space marine Pretty basic story but a fun read regardless I plan to read the next book in the series

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Recruit The United Federation Marine Corps #1Brawls to skirmishes with galactic pirates Ryck's new life presents him with unimaginable adventures and forces him to prove his mettle as he forges his new identity and fights to earn his place as one of the Brotherhood of Marine. The Author knows his stuffIt's pretty clear in reading the book that the former Marine knows what he is talking about The clarifications added via the footnotes were extremely helpful and appreciated Ryck was a well thought out character His decisions and the paths he chose in making them was well drawn I wished I had of a clearer concept of the time period it was placed 256 Federation years was nice but not helpful in giving me a range of reference but it did nothing to take away from the story Unfortunately the ending was too predictable because based on Ryck's thoughts while a 'gen hen' it was pretty clear that he felt the Corps was his home It was really no surprise when he re enlisted It read a little bit like Heinlein's 'Starship Troopers' minus the bugs because of the camraderie and the fact that Joshua was from his home That was just a feeling I got because really it was nothing like that The Federation was not as domineering as it was in Troopers Overall it was a good read and I would recommend it to people who enjoy military sci fi I do intend to read some of the rest of the series