Stigers Tigers (Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer, #1)



Stigers Tigers (Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer, #1) The empire has endured many centuries but is now threatened by multiple wars and a major rebellion in the South A nobleman from an infamous family, imperial legionary officer, fighter and a right proper bastard of a man Captain Ben Stiger finds himself reassigned from a crack legion to the rebellion simmering in the South Placed in command of a truly terrible company, the 85th Imperial Foot, he is unknowingly sent on a suicide mission to resupply an isolated outpost, the garrison of Vrell Along the way he must rebuild his new company, gain the respect of the men he leads, survive an assassination attempt, fight bandits, rebels, and an agent of an evil god His companions on this journey of discovery and adventure are one of the few remaining elven rangers and a paladin on a quest for the High Father The battle to save the empire and the world begins here in the first book of this exciting new series Free Download Books Stigers Tigers (Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer, #1) Author Marc Alan Edelheit – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • 315 pages
  • Stigers Tigers (Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer, #1)
  • Marc Alan Edelheit
  • English
  • 27 November 2018

14 thoughts on “Stigers Tigers (Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer, #1)

  1. Tosh says:

    Well written, interesting start to the series.What I liked most were the military elements I believe this is where the book really shines The author s bio describes him as somewhat of a history buff I don t know very much about Roman legions, but the descriptions and actions of the characters were believable, and the author seemed to have a good grasp on military training and expectations.There were some small issues that took away from the experience though First, the author explained too m Well written, interesting start to the series.What I liked most were the military elements I believe this is where the book really shines The author s bio describes him as somewhat of a history buff I don t know very much about Roman legions, but the descriptions and actions of the characters were believable, and the author seemed to have a good grasp on military training and expectations.There were some small issues that took away from the experience though First, the author explained too much, and didn t allow the reader to come to their own conclusions This is most noticeable when Stiger is trying to earn the respect of his soldiers The why of a decision is evident in the outcome It doesn t always need an explanation I would have also liked to see some of the supporting characters fleshed out a littleDespite Stiger being fairly likable, and clearly someone you can respect and root for, having a fully imagined cast could have deepened my connection to his struggles, and p...

  2. HBalikov says:

    He wasn t interested in glory or fame Stiger was simply intent on doing his duty to the empire With duty came honor To Stiger, nothing wasimportant If you have been into FRP if you enjoy novels of military adventure you can add Edelheit s Imperial Legionary saga to your list The tension and anxiety he felt were not over his own safety He worried that they would be discovered before the assault began He worried that he would make a mistake in leading them in and he would lose m He wasn t interested in glory or fame Stiger was simply intent on doing his duty to the empire With duty came honor To Stiger, nothing wasimportant If you have been into FRP if you enjoy novels of military adventure you can add Edelheit s Imperial Legionary saga to your list The tension and anxiety he felt were not over his own safety He worried that they would be discovered before the assault began He worried that he would make a mistake in leading them in and he would lose men as a result He worried that once the men went in, in the heat of the fight, they might panic and forget their training, costing lives What if he ...

  3. Mike (the Paladin) says:

    Welll huha good book.What we got here is a sort of historical fiction fantasy book We re looking at a world with a version of the Roman Legionnaires facing off with the barbarians at the edges of the Empire We seem to be nearing the end of the Empire s life Our hero Stiger is from a leading family but has a kind of black mark against his name so to speak.The story here is of him taking a slovenly, undisciplined group of legionnaires and turning them completely around.I liked this one Welll huha good book.What we got here is a sort of historical fiction fantasy book We re looking at a world with a version of the Roman Legionnaires facing off with the barbarians at the edges of the Empire We seem to be nearing the end of the Empire s life Our hero Stiger is from a leading family but has a kind of black mark against his name so to speak.The story here is of him taking a slovenly, undisciplined group of legionnaires and turning them completely around.I like...

  4. David Estes says:

    Stiger s Tigers is an impressive debut novel from Marc Alan Edelheit From page one I was transported into his fantasy world of elves, humans, and magic, where I immediately felt connected to the main character, Captain Stiger, who is a no nonsense honorable soldier determined to whip a lazy group of men into fighting shape This book is well edited and is written in a very straight forward fashion, which suits the nature of the protagonist Although I would ve liked a littleaction, I was Stiger s Tigers is an impressive debut novel from Marc Alan Edelheit From page one I was transported into his fantasy world of elves, humans, and magic, where I immediately felt connected to the main character, Captain Stiger, who is a no nonsense honorable soldier determined to whip a lazy group of men into fighting shape This book is well edited and is written in a very straight forward fashion, which suits the nature of the protagonist Although I would ve liked a littleaction, I was always e...

  5. Trevor Sherman says:

    I loved the idea of adding traditional Fantasy elements in to a story about a Roman solder But after just a few chapters I realized it isof traditional fantasy story with just a bit of Roman elements added in But if you don t over think it, it is an enjoyable and fast paced read It is a p...

  6. Jen says:

    I received this book in a Goodreads Giveaway.Stiger is a Captain in an Imperial Army tasked with resupplying an outpost while retraining and preparing his newly assigned company men He has the help of his friend, Eli Far, and elf with pointed teeth The main story sounds interesting and exciting, an army with elves, the possibility of magic, wizards, and and other fantastical things I was so pumped to read this, but I found it a huge letdown.The biggest problem is the plot there isn t one I received this book in a Goodreads Giveaway.Stiger is a Captain in an Imperial Army tasked with resupplying an outpost while retraining and preparing his newly assigned company men He has the help of his friend, Eli Far, and elf with pointed teeth The main story sounds interesting and exciting, an army with elves, the possibility of magic, wizards, and and other fantastical things I was so pumped to read this, but I found it a huge letdown.The biggest problem is the plot there isn t one or at least the author forgets there is one until the very end of the book When the main event you ve been waiting for finally arrives, it is over in a few pages and is hardly worth slogging through 200 pages to get to The majority of t...

  7. Daniel Schwabauer says:

    If Bernard Cornwell wrote a DD campaign about a legionary I wanted to like this , but the ending and the fantasy elements didn t work for me The buildup of the first couple hundred pages just didn t have enough of a payoff, and the main character, Stiger, plays too small a role in the resolution The opening felt like a transplanted Richard Sharpe Story, and the ending like a summary of someone s RPG weekend.That said, the story was short and entertaining, and I didn t feel like givin If Bernard Cornwell wrote a DD campaign about a legionary I wanted to like this , but the ending and the fantasy elements didn t work for me The buildup of the first couple hundred pages just didn t have enough of a payoff, and the main character, Stiger, plays too small a role in the resolution The opening felt like a transpla...

  8. LJ Waguespack says:

    Gritty, Raw, Driven One man s account, Lieutenant Stiger, of the extraordinary events occurring in the life of a soldier in the imperial legions A fascinating book, an intriguing book one in a series I absolutely must continue The pace is steady as the world building is done, but with just enough emphasis on the events occurring, as setting the stage for much, muchto come I am finding, I am enjoying the anticipation, as much as the intensity of the character building Quite promising a Gritty, Raw, Driven One man s account, Lieutenant Stiger, of the extraordinary events occurring in the life of a soldier in the imperial legions A fascinating book, an intriguing book one in a series I absolutely must continue The pace is steady as the world building is done, but with just enough emphasis on the events occurring, as setting the stage for much, muchto come I am finding, I am enjoying the anticipation, as much...

  9. Randy Harmelink says:

    Another book by this author that I had trouble putting down A book of this length usually takes me a week to read, instead of just 2 days I was expecting historical fiction, but it does have fantasy elements like elves and dwarves No romance, which surprised me.

  10. Riayl says:

    Really enjoyed this, can t wait to read the next Think, Romans with elves and dwarves and a bit of magic The first book is about Stiger and Eli, the elf , building the troop into a cohesive, effective, and self confident fighting unit, then embarking on their first mission While the set up for the next book is obvious at the end, it wrapped up in such a way that I am both eager for the next story but not left with that irritated the author has left me hanging feeling Still impatient for Really enjoyed this, can t wait to read the next Think, Romans with elves and dwarves and a bit of magic The first book is about Stiger and Eli, the elf , building the troop into a cohesive, effective, and self confident fighting unit, then embarking on their first mission While the set up for the next book is obvious at the end, it wrapped up in such a way that I am both eager for the next story but not left with that irritated the author has left me hanging fe...

  11. Nikki says:

    Ever read a book and know before you finish that you are in for the long haul If the author wants to write 25 books into the series I will read them If every side character gets a series of his own I m there If this epic adventure takes on truly epic proportions I am ok with that It wasn t perfect I haven t come across a perfect book yet However, it was enough to get the hooks into me Stiger is a classic hero who isn t seeking glory He just wants to live a useful life and uphold the hono Ever read a book and know before you finish that you are in for the long haul If the author wants to write 25 books into the series I will read them If every side character gets a series of his own I m there If this epic adventure takes on truly epic proportions I am ok with that It wasn t perfect I haven t come across a perfect book yet However, it was enoug...

  12. James Maxon says:

    I was a little disappointed by this one A mixture between military and fantasy Sounded interesting I enjoyed the beginning and looked forward to watching Stiger get his rabble of a unit into shape While he did, it was done at a narrative distance I wanted to experience the men improving, especially the one view spoiler who tried killing him hide spoiler Instead, the story focused on the higher ranking officers, only passing over the troops in narrative here and there In fact, that wa I was a little disappointed by this one A mixture between military and fantasy Sounded interesting I enjoyed the beginning and looked forward to watching Stiger get his rabble of a unit into shape While he did, it was done at a narrative distance I wanted to experience the men improving, especially the one view spoiler who tried killing him hide spoiler Instead, the story focused on the higher ranking officers, only passing over the troops in narrative here and there In fact, that was the overall problem I had with the story The narrative summary It s very heavy and I got so bogged down by it I nearly stopped reading halfway though My mind kept wandering and I not only lost track of the story, but felt it never pulled me in I decided to stick it out to the end, hoping that the engagement I experienced in the beginning would resurface, and that the scenes would getinteresting, but they too got bogged down only to...

  13. GaiusPrimus says:

    Wow I ve always enjoyed military fiction but I think this is my first foray into a pure military fantasy.Legionaries, elves, paladins and magic I believe that this is the author s first book and while the mistakes you normally see on first novels is present, they are definitely few...

  14. Alysa H. says:

    Pseudo Roman historical military fantasy fun

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