Summary

As a Mech Warrior of the Draconis Combine, Minobu Tetsuhara was bound by Bushido, a code that demands loyal service to the devious Warlord Grieg Samsonov. But when Minobu came upon a strange blue and gold Archer, Bushido also dictated that he not destroy the honorable but helpless warrior. And so he rescued Jaime Wolf. Minobu was then assigned as liaison to the Wolf's Dragons, one of the Combine's most elite mercenary units. But when the mercenaries refused to renew their contract with Samsonov, Minobu was instructed to destroy them. Now Bushido dictates that Minobu oppose his honorable foe, a man with whom he has served and who deserves far batter than betrayal.
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"Christopher Graybill...does a great job adding tension to the numerous battle scenes." ( AudioFile)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 22-12-04

very nice

very nice it just makes me want to read more battletech

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4 out of 5 stars
By Harvey W. Plunkett on 09-05-18

An old favorite done well

WotB was the first Battletech book I read, and reputed to be one of, if not the best of the entire series. It's an excellent story of friendship, politics, betrayal, and self sacrifice.

This reading is much better than I expected, especially after the narrator gets 'settled in' he becomes more emotive. There are some scattered sound effects, mostly appropriate and enhancing the atmosphere. The scattered bits of music, aside from the final scene, tend to be loud and annoying, though.

The only reason I didn't give it a full five stars is because of how much they cut out. I understand wanting to trim the story down, but several of the cut scenes were not only crucial to the plot, but crucial for understanding the scenes that WEREN'T cut. In one example, two guys are conversing, and after a 'transition sound' they're fighting to the death. Obviously, something important happened between the two scenes @@

I'm a huge fan of the book and am very aware of what's missing, but if I wasn't this story would have only made minimal sense.

Thumbs up for performance
Thumbs down for hacking up the story

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