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To everyone in the Empire military, all human's were stark raving mad, and no matter how hard they tried, or how many they killed, the crazy human's wouldn't stop fighting. What the Emperor, Director Markoff, and the Empire military should have remembered the old adage. …never trust a human, and especially Richard Penn. For Penn, the hated and despised human killer, the c To everyone in the Empire military, all human's were stark raving mad, and no matter how hard they tried, or how many they killed, the crazy human's wouldn't stop fighting. What the Emperor, Director Markoff, and the Empire military should have remembered the old adage. …never trust a human, and especially Richard Penn. For Penn, the hated and despised human killer, the choice was simple, go on a suicide mission to a forbidden planet, or another human city with over a million men, woman and children would die. To make the mission even more interesting, Director Markoff send along seventeen cold eyed killer as his escort who'd rather see him dead than breath. Seventeen cold eyed killer, an inexperience Captain who couldn't find his butt in the dark with a flashlight and a map, and one human female, Sub Major Ellis. A beautiful, gray eyed, cold hearted bitch in cast iron panties. She hated and despised Penn more than all the others put together, and held the other end of his electronic leash. So all he had to do was crash land on a forbidden planet you couldn't escape from, lead the motley team through a hundred miles of trackless jungle full of death traps, unimaginable monsters, and alien troops, to a mountain size pyramid shaped building. Surviving the crash landing was one thing, surviving forty eight hours with seventeen killer another, getting to the building and finding the Prize would be a miracle, so how could he refuse such an offer. Getting to the building was easy compared to what they faced inside. Here, he had to face the most dangerous monster of all to collect a prize he didn't want, and maybe lose the prize he truly wanted.


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To everyone in the Empire military, all human's were stark raving mad, and no matter how hard they tried, or how many they killed, the crazy human's wouldn't stop fighting. What the Emperor, Director Markoff, and the Empire military should have remembered the old adage. …never trust a human, and especially Richard Penn. For Penn, the hated and despised human killer, the c To everyone in the Empire military, all human's were stark raving mad, and no matter how hard they tried, or how many they killed, the crazy human's wouldn't stop fighting. What the Emperor, Director Markoff, and the Empire military should have remembered the old adage. …never trust a human, and especially Richard Penn. For Penn, the hated and despised human killer, the choice was simple, go on a suicide mission to a forbidden planet, or another human city with over a million men, woman and children would die. To make the mission even more interesting, Director Markoff send along seventeen cold eyed killer as his escort who'd rather see him dead than breath. Seventeen cold eyed killer, an inexperience Captain who couldn't find his butt in the dark with a flashlight and a map, and one human female, Sub Major Ellis. A beautiful, gray eyed, cold hearted bitch in cast iron panties. She hated and despised Penn more than all the others put together, and held the other end of his electronic leash. So all he had to do was crash land on a forbidden planet you couldn't escape from, lead the motley team through a hundred miles of trackless jungle full of death traps, unimaginable monsters, and alien troops, to a mountain size pyramid shaped building. Surviving the crash landing was one thing, surviving forty eight hours with seventeen killer another, getting to the building and finding the Prize would be a miracle, so how could he refuse such an offer. Getting to the building was easy compared to what they faced inside. Here, he had to face the most dangerous monster of all to collect a prize he didn't want, and maybe lose the prize he truly wanted.

30 review for The Prize: Book One

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tony Hisgett

    I have only recently discovered this author, but have read a dozen of his books, all of which have been easy to read until this one. I really struggled with a big chunk of this book. I have learnt to ignore this author’s prologues, as they are just extracts from further in the book, but I was also a bit annoyed with the first chapter. The reason is not because it wasn’t interesting, but having got me interested the author then begins a totally different story. The setup for this story had a lot of I have only recently discovered this author, but have read a dozen of his books, all of which have been easy to read until this one. I really struggled with a big chunk of this book. I have learnt to ignore this author’s prologues, as they are just extracts from further in the book, but I was also a bit annoyed with the first chapter. The reason is not because it wasn’t interesting, but having got me interested the author then begins a totally different story. The setup for this story had a lot of holes in it, but once it got started it just became ridiculous. It was more like a ‘Fantasy Dungeon’ with each new random encounter more ridiculous than the last. I understand the idea of setting trials and tests, but this was far too random, especially as he applied the rules to Ellis & Penn totally differently to the others trying to enter the building. The big problem was it just went on far too long and seemed to be not only endless, but pointless. Finally it came to an end and the final quarter of the book slowly turned into something more interesting. If possible I would have given 2.5 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dave Withe

    Good fast moving yarn, syntax still rough Good start to a second series, mate. Nice to see the Apache connection in the background. Don't know if you hired an editor on this one. Syntax, tenses and plurals were a bit rough. That's the kind of results I used to get from Dragon NS. I' m starting the second book in the series. A word about adjectives; a noun can only carry one successfully. Rule of thumb I was taught by a pro, "one adjective adds punch, two or more screams amateur and makes readers yaw Good fast moving yarn, syntax still rough Good start to a second series, mate. Nice to see the Apache connection in the background. Don't know if you hired an editor on this one. Syntax, tenses and plurals were a bit rough. That's the kind of results I used to get from Dragon NS. I' m starting the second book in the series. A word about adjectives; a noun can only carry one successfully. Rule of thumb I was taught by a pro, "one adjective adds punch, two or more screams amateur and makes readers yawn." Write on bro. You spin a good yarn. Reads like you're finding your voice, in American-Speak.

  3. 4 out of 5

    M Hamed

    how the hell do i find these stuff

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    I really like this Arthur. The writing is enjoyable . This is the second book I have read by Rob and I plan to read them all. Please please spend even a few dollars on a cheap editor.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Harrison Porter

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ian Nicholson

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bengt

  8. 4 out of 5

    Oleander Salomonowicz

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    Melissa Jane

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    Peter Trist

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Newcomer

  12. 5 out of 5

    Robert F Jones

  13. 4 out of 5

    Michael Dowling

  14. 5 out of 5

    Robert

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    Monte Baker

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jeannie London

  17. 5 out of 5

    Horse

  18. 4 out of 5

    Yul

  19. 5 out of 5

    david bennett

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    John Bell

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stan Slaughter

  22. 4 out of 5

    Phillip

  23. 5 out of 5

    Allen

  24. 4 out of 5

    Beach Bum

  25. 4 out of 5

    david tinsley

  26. 4 out of 5

    Craig Dunn

  27. 5 out of 5

    Brad

  28. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cyrus

  30. 5 out of 5

    Greg Franks

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