Way of the Clans

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Penguin Group (Canada), 1991 - Fiction - 288 pages
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In the 31st century, Aidan aspires to be a warrior of Clan Jade Falcon and faces trials that will shape him into one of the best warriors in the galaxy, a member of an elite group of warriors resulting from generations of controlled breeding

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Review: Way of the Clans (Legend of the Jade Phoenix Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Brandon Ellis - Goodreads

This brought me right into the world of the clans. Robert did an excellent job at bringing me into the battles, the dramas, and the wonderful world of BATTLETECH. Read full review

Review: Way of the Clans (Legend of the Jade Phoenix Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

Pretty good book, if you are into Battletech. The book covers Aidan as a sibko to his Trial(s) of Position. This book gave a good contrast between the mentalities of a Clan warrior. I enjoyed some characters and disliked others. Gave a nice impression of Clanlike and unClanlike thinking. Read full review


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Thurston works as an administrator and instructor of Humanities at a New Jersey university.

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