[Aeon Legion [BOOK] Free Read Ebook ✓ J.P. Beaubien – Book, DOC or Kindle ePUB free


10 thoughts on “Aeon Legion

  1. says:

    I found out about this author and book through his YouTube channel of bad writing advice which unlike the name suggests is good writin

  2. says:

    The author has given such great ; writing advice on youtube that I'll have to see how it translates to his actual work

  3. says:

    Aeon Legion Labyrinth is an enjoyable read I found it to have very compelling world building with great depth and history

  4. says:

    This book is entertaining enough and has some interesting ideas The author has a great sense of humor and a good grasp on

  5. says:

    This book was written by the Terrible Writing Advice guy on Youtube After reading this book I can say that he followed his own advice up to the part where the plot is neededI'll give you a brief blurb Terra attacks time travelling Nazis and bec

  6. says:

    This book was forced all of it Over the top clumsy obvious Examples The whole heroism as a concept theme Don't get me wrong it is a great debate but the book itself was in the end too black and white to be the appropriate ground to p

  7. says:

    I put this book down at around 53%What I LikedFirst I have to give regards to Beaubien's YouTube account Terrible

  8. says:

    Plot 45Charcterisation 25 Great characters but JP doesn't show their character enough so that when there are supposed to be emotional moments or punches they don't hit hard enoughWorldbuilding 455 Incredible original world with many cool new ish conceptsThe Mason on the end of her name annoyed meYet I think the author has potential and might improve so I plan to read Best new series I have read in a while Thank

  9. says:

    Warning This review contains spoilersRight off the bat I just want to say I really enjoyed reading this bookI liked the main character and her transformationcharacter development throughout the book was well executed I was very impressed and honestly uite enthralled by the world building The author managed to portray time travel as a real

  10. says:

    I found this book not long after stumbling across the author's YouTube Channel To put my opinion of the book in one sentence it's One of my favorites I have read many of the other reviews here on goodreads so I am

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ç J.P. Beaubien

Aeon Legion

Bborn streak Her persistence and bravery gains the notice and sponsorship of one of the Aeon Legion's greatest heroines Now Terra must turn that stubbornness into determination if she is to contend with history's finest soldiers and somehow pass the Aeon Legion's final test the mysterious Labyrinth She will not uit Terra will prove that even someone as average as her can still be a heroineHanns Speer is polite good nature. This book was forced all of it Over the top clumsy obvious Examples The whole heroism as a concept theme Don t get me wrong it is a great debate but the book itself was in the end too black and white to be the appropriate ground to pose it The book wants to be so philosophical but in the end there are clear good and bad guys at least that is what it is intended Terra wants to be a hero and the Academy trains heros and it bothers me to no end I know it is part of the discussion but it seems that heroism is a job you can train for by following some steps rather than a collection of traits and decisions as envisioned from a particular perspective whichever those might be The thematically appropriate names and the allegedly timeless Saturn City which is actually heavily based on ancient Greece and Rome Like come on Terra Mason is a girl that likes stones and is strong and resilient as one Lycus Cerberus has a grin like a wolf I wonder if their parents could see their future and named them accordingly Nikias Orion Prometheus all characters from Greek mythohistory Endymion s symbol is a moon ARRRGH breathe Not to mention all the positions in the army consul cohort leggionaire centurion are ripped right from Rome The fights were like a fcking videogame In fact all the book was Am I the only one who noticed Everything happens in stages the enemies and weapons have a number of abilities and very specific limits and there is always a precise way to escape the situation The fact that most of the book focused on the training with little time left to forge relationships and delve in the subplots did not help I didn t believe Terra s feelings positive or negative for other people and the subplots seemed to come out of nowhere with very little previous work Terra leaving and returning home It was very weird First she tells them I m joining the time police and apparently they take it as normal and when she returns they act as if she had gone away for a couple of days to a regular training course The way Delphia is treated is similar She appears early to provide an introduction to the city and then briefly returns in the end to say hi One would think Terra would make the effort of keeping in touch with her since she was so nice to her Oh and her backstory also came out of nowhere and wanted to explain something that really didn t need all that much of an explanationOverall despite all of the above I liked the worldbuilding a lot It shows that it is very well thougt out and I found it uite original I loved the character of Lycus What can I say I have a sweet spot for those Roland and Delphia also made my day I could even empathise with Hanns and his fight with his superior s blind faith in false science Us science people understand each other Terra s character development although heavy handed was very well done I disliked her at the beginning for being so spoiled and whining but I ended up liking what she represented So will I read the following installment It is very likelyThanks for reading The First Partition of Poland rather than a collection of traits and decisions as envisioned from a particular perspective whichever those might be The thematically appropriate names and the allegedly timeless Saturn City which is actually heavily based on ancient Greece and Rome Like come on Terra Mason is a girl that likes stones and is strong and The Hero of Varay resilient as one Lycus Cerberus has a grin like a wolf I wonder if their parents could see their future and named them accordingly Nikias Orion Prometheus all characters from Greek mythohistory Endymion s symbol is a moon ARRRGH breathe Not to mention all the positions in the army consul cohort leggionaire centurion are Palestrina and Other Plays ripped Blackmailed By Daddy right from Rome The fights were like a fcking videogame In fact all the book was Am I the only one who noticed Everything happens in stages the enemies and weapons have a number of abilities and very specific limits and there is always a precise way to escape the situation The fact that most of the book focused on the training with little time left to forge उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] relationships and delve in the subplots did not help I didn t believe Terra s feelings positive or negative for other people and the subplots seemed to come out of nowhere with very little previous work Terra leaving and Cock Tales returning home It was very weird First she tells them I m joining the time police and apparently they take it as normal and when she Son of the Hero returns they act as if she had gone away for a couple of days to a The Alien Jigsaw regular training course The way Delphia is treated is similar She appears early to provide an introduction to the city and then briefly Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning returns in the end to say hi One would think Terra would make the effort of keeping in touch with her since she was so nice to her Oh and her backstory also came out of nowhere and wanted to explain something that The Illusion of Gods Presence really didn t need all that much of an explanationOverall despite all of the above I liked the worldbuilding a lot It shows that it is very well thougt out and I found it uite original I loved the character of Lycus What can I say I have a sweet spot for those Roland and Delphia also made my day I could even empathise with Hanns and his fight with his superior s blind faith in false science Us science people understand each other Terra s character development although heavy handed was very well done I disliked her at the beginning for being so spoiled and whining but I ended up liking what she Folk Tales From The Soviet Union represented So will I Not The Hot Chick read the following installment It is very likelyThanks for Pegged and Plugged at the Club reading

summary Aeon Legion

D charming a genius inventor of a time travel machine and a dedicated member of the Nazi Party Yet he cannot understand why people from the future regard him and his fellow Nazis as monsters Now he must use his charisma and cunning to challenge the seemingly invincible Aeon Legion and its monopoly on time travel He will not uit Hanns will steal history itself if he has to mistakenly believing it will prove him to be a her. Plot 45Charcterisation 25 Great characters but JP doesn t show their character enough so that when there are supposed to be emotional moments or punches they don t hit hard enoughWorldbuilding 455 Incredible original world with many cool new ish conceptsThe Mason on the end of her name annoyed meYet I think the author has potential and might improve so I plan to read Best new series I have read in a while Thanks for the new read JP and keep it up

read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ç J.P. Beaubien

Time travel has made the Edge of Time a dangerous place To protect the Edge of Time from the disastrous alterations of time travelers the Aeon Legion seeks the greatest soldiers and warriors from the most bloody war torn eras in history Those they deem worthy gain a chance to compete in the toughest training program ever designedTerra Mason a plain eighteen year old girl from the modern United States has an impressive stu. Aeon Legion Labyrinth is an enjoyable read I found it to have very compelling world building with great depth and history It is a fantastic mixture of Harry Potter and Divergent from how it feltmoved not from the setting The characters were interesting and the premise of the book drew me in The style prose can be clunky at times but I got used to it by the end Be forewarned that there are some spelling and punctuation issues but if that kind of thing doesn t bother you too much it isn t a big deal A few of the characters come off feeling one dimensional Terra s the main character parents are the worst in that regard Their reactions and personality are flat and they feel like throw aways to me With that being said I found the rest of the book to be great The cast develops well and are believable The plot takes a bit to get moving but once it does it hits hard I found the book to be an innovative take on difficult tropes time travel and coming of age

  • Paperback
  • 422
  • Aeon Legion
  • J.P. Beaubien
  • English
  • 02 November 2019
  • 978152372022

About the Author: J.P. Beaubien

Born in eastern Tennessee JP Beaubien now lives mostly in his own head though he sometimes crashes back to reality in the city of Knoxville He uit his stable job at a machine shop to write a book about time traveling Nazis His childhood dream was to be a dinosaur while his childhood hero was GodzillaHe started building worlds out of modeling clay when he was only six years old and has gradu