Day of the Starwind (The Last Legionary) by Douglas Hill

By Douglas Hill

Keill Randor, the final survivor of the Legionaries of Moros, crashlands on Rilyn, an empty global scoured each 30 years by means of the galactic Starwind. There he faces the Deathwing, while a howling wind rises which may wreck them all. this can be the 3rd publication within the "Last Legionary" sequence.

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The fact that those were the first words he had spoken since his capture – and that they were spoken with a deadly edge wholly different from his apparent placidity – seemed to disturb the two clones. They both laughed aloud, but there was more tension now, in both voices. 'No chance,’ said Mic-12. ’ Keill wondered at that. ’ 'Miclas? He's just the captain, and a brother,’ said Os-9, with a snicker. 'The boss is something else. He'll turn you sick-scared, Randor. ’ Page 30 'Brother, you talk too much,' Mic-12 broke in sharply.

Reflexively he pulled the trigger. The bullet should have ripped away most of Keill's left hand, leaving the rest a shapeless, useless mass of bone splinters, torn flesh and dripping blood. But the substance that the Overseers had used to replace Keill's entire skeleton could withstand even that force. The bullet merely gouged a painful furrow in the flesh of Keill's hand, as it struck that unbreakable bone and ricocheted away. And by that time Keill had grasped the front of the clone's uniform and dragged him forward – to make him a shield against the gun of the other clone.

That is what you name the Master? How suitable... But yes, Randor, I can. This operation is one of the... Warlord's... central plans. The creation of an élite fighting force, as skilled as the legionaries from whom they were cloned. They have been created to fight – whether as special task forces, assassination squads, even mercenaries like your Legions. But always they will serve the Master's purpose. ’ Keill snorted. ’ 'You will fight at their head, Randor, after putting the final touches to their training.

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