• Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: No Guts, No Glory

  • By: M. England
  • Narrated by: Austin Rising
  • Length: 7 hrs and 38 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot. They’re the Guardians of the Galaxy, turning a tidy profit as heroes for hire - or they will be if Peter Quill can get his act together. After he botches the most critical part of their latest mission - getting paid - his newly assembled crew is close to ditching him for good. Now he needs a big payday, fast. 

When an old acquaintance shows up offering a whole lot of units for a field trip to Peter’s past, it’s a no-brainer. Thirteen years ago, Peter fought the Chitauri alongside the Resistance on Mercury to prevent an invasion of Earth. Now it’s time to go back. The old Resistance base has a squatter, and it’s up to the Guardians to “gently escort” them off the premises...and unmask a wartime traitor while they’re at it. 

But war is heavy, man, and the Galactic War screwed up each of the Guardians in their own special ways. The brand-new team is barely hanging together, and the mission brings up all kinds of bad memories. It’s make or break time for the Guardians, and they do so love breaking things....

Just hopefully not each other.

©2021 M. England (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Glad we have this fantastic comic book fiction at this time

Liked that here we are enjoying marvel with quality stories and actors. Keep it coming

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Worth a read?

Overall, I adored the game, and this book did a fantastic job of setting up the war that is referenced in the game itself. But the story is told through two parts; interlude from the past aka the war, and Present aka before the game starts. I loved the tension and the kysetery behind the war and the resolution it came too. But you could tell in the Presents chapters they weren't allowed much maneuverability with personalities of the guardians which hinders character development a bit. However, the story behind the war is interesting enough of a read as a build up to the game. I would check it out, you've got this.. probably.

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  • 05-02-22

A great prelude for a great video game!!!🤟

-A good hearing for the games fans.
-Flush out events and build on the games already great narrative.
- Great performance with a wide range on voice acting.

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  • 04-04-22

Lacks something

The books lacks the personality and relationship interaction of the characters in the excellent and very enjoyable films.