Tokyo Raider: A Tale of the Grimnoir Chronicles

Larry Correia Bronson Pinchot

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Tokyo Raider: A Tale of the Grimnoir Chronicles

Tokyo Raider A Tale of the Grimnoir Chronicles With the Japanese Imperium at war with the Soviet Union and the United States watching cautiously on the sidelines Second Lieutenant Joe Sullivan of the U S Marines is sent on a dangerous mission to

With the Japanese Imperium at war with the Soviet Union, and the United States watching cautiously on the sidelines, Second Lieutenant Joe Sullivan of the U.S Marines is sent on a dangerous mission to Tokyo The Russians have Summoned a demon of epic proportions to attack the city, and all that stands in its deadly path is an untested Japanese super robot Now, Joe is atWith the Japanese Imperium at war with the Soviet Union, and the United States watching cautiously on the sidelines, Second Lieutenant Joe Sullivan of the U.S Marines is sent on a dangerous mission to Tokyo The Russians have Summoned a demon of epic proportions to attack the city, and all that stands in its deadly path is an untested Japanese super robot Now, Joe is at the controls, his gravity spiking Power at the ready But that is one huge, mean Demon.

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One thought on “Tokyo Raider: A Tale of the Grimnoir Chronicles

  1. ✨Susan✨ on said:

    Just a short novella that jumps ahead in time from the first three and slightly covers what is going on with the old gang. I don't want to give anything away but it was great. I was telling my book buddy about it the other day, because I really want her to read the series, and I found myself getting so excited. Ahhhhh!Larry Correa has GOT to write more of the Grimnior Chronicles Series. I greatly miss listening to Bronson Pinchots' narration. Impatiently waiting for more.

  2. David on said:

    This is clearly a bit of filler between trilogies, and a contrived excuse for Larry Correia to write a battle between a giant robot and Godzilla into his Grimnoir trilogy, but like the rest of his magical-superhero alternate universe stories, it's fun and action packed pulp adventure that just doesn't bear too much thinking about.Taking place about twenty years after the end of Warbound, Tokyo Raider stars Joe Sullivan Jr a chip off the old block. Having joined the Marines, just like that he is [...]

  3. Sue on said:

    This was AWESOME! It was great to get a glimpse at those wonderful characters from the Grimnoire series 20 years after the events of the last book. Correia brings so much personality to every character he writes and Pinchot is a joy as a narrator. I so missed them!

  4. Dennis on said:

    Fast Forward Jake Sullivan has a kid and its that kid's job to save Japan from Stalin. Oh, and he is going to try and do it with a giant magical robot. If you enjoy the stories of "Heavy" Jake Sullivan, you should enjoy the story of his, dare I say, more powerful son.

  5. Travis sivarT on said:

    I loved every second on this action packed mini. Jake Sullivan's son is sent to man a huge robot to help fight a demon to try to save Tokyo .

  6. Beefgir on said:

    giant robot fights? LOL! very fun. once again, nice to see where our heroes end up.

  7. Aaron Nagy on said:

    Ohhhh man this was a pure awesome side story for this series, I am now even more hype for the eventual next trilogy in this series.

  8. Alex on said:

    This is a very enticing teaser for an unannounced, but planned second trilogy. I would suggest reading the first three novels before reading this, and waiting until just before the next trilogy comes out to read (listening, really) to this.

  9. Christopher on said:

    My favorite of the 3 Grimnoir shorts - set about 20 years after the main series, and a great way to introduce Godzilla to the Grimnoir universe.

  10. Philippe Martinez on said:

    Great addition to the Grimnoir world. Bronson Pinchot's reading on the audiobook is phenomenal as usual.

  11. Dave Hay on said:

    A little tale, but a welcome visit to the world of the grimnoir.

  12. Ben on said:

    Set twenty years after the conclusion of the Grimnoir trilogy, this develops the world. Jake's son is a USMC LT, and exceptionally skilled gravity spiker who has to help the Imperium against the Russians.

  13. Rob on said:

    I'm so glad Correia has returned to the Grimnoir Chronicles for a couple short stories.This is effectively the sequel of "Murder on the Orient Elite", so read that first.(view spoiler)[Jake Sullivan's kid is in the marines and is called to Tokyo by Toru to help stop a Russian super demon from destroying the city. Sullivan is called because he is a "smart" heavy, and such a man is required to drive the Japanese super robot that will fight the demon. The battle is classically Correia-epic, as is t [...]

  14. Fantasy Literature on said:

    Tokyo Raider is another of Larry Correia’s audio “shorts” in his popular GRIMNOIR CHRONICLES series. There’s not much to these little stories, but they’re hard to resist because they’re narrated by the amazingly awesome Bronson Pinchot and they give fans a little fix while we wait for another GRIMNOIR novel.A couple of decades have passed since Warbound, and the United States and Japan are not friendly. But that doesn’t stop Japan from asking Joe Sullivan, a heavy, for help in bani [...]

  15. Chad on said:

    An American soldier is brought to Imperial Japan in an alternate timeline to use his skill in manipulating gravity to power a giant robot to fight a huge demon summoned by the Russians. This short story was just something I read on chance. It was a quick read, but it was well written and fast paced. I loved the alternate timeline and the characters. In fact I enjoyed it enough I read a second short story and added the first book in the series to my list to read. This is definitely one that would [...]

  16. Glenn O'Bannon on said:

    Not up to the Grimnoir Chronicles level.(Audiobook)Although interesting in that this story takes place a couple of decades after the last Grimnoir book, it lacks the usual excellence of the rest of the books and stories in the series. It just falls a bit flat. I have rated every other book and story in this series 5 stars so it had to meet a very high bar. Bronson Pinchot does his usual fantastic portrayal of Correia's characters. Can't wait for other books and stories in this world. I will imme [...]

  17. Liz on said:

    "Godzilla vs. Gigantor"Takes place during the 1950's. Jake Sullivan's son Joe is in the marines and is recruited to help the Japanese who are under attack from a demon sent by the Soviets; even though the Americans and Japanese are not allies. There is an interesting couple in the White House. It's very short, there is a brief fight without any surprises. Ok for a freebie.

  18. David Orphal on said:

    Giant Robots vs. Godzilla-like demon need I say more?!!Well, I will. This short story is set in the 1950's of the Grimnoir world. It features Joe Sullivan, Jake's son. The usual cast of Grimnoir Knights is absent from the tale and only mentioned in passing.Tokyo Raider is a Rock'em-Sock'em good time!

  19. Scott Templeman on said:

    A good taste of potential adventures to come in this series, while serving as an excuse for the author to make a Japanese Monster movie fit into his universe. A little too fleeting, I think another 50% would have been easy to add, thus I would recommend only snagging this on a good sale (as I did). Looking forward to the next full novel

  20. J. on said:

    I really enjoyed this short story, probably more than I enjoyed Murder on the Orient Elite.Bronson Pinchot is a great narrator.

  21. Bill on said:

    While better than "Murder on the Orient Elite," this was still not as good as the original series. This one seems to attempt to bridge the gap between the original series and the next one though as the main character in this story is Joe Sullivan (Jake Sullivan's son).

  22. Melindeeloo on said:

    I was happy to get to revisit the universe of the Grimnoir Chronicles, it was a bit odd to have Jake's son in the lead, but satisfactorily action packed with a giant monster battling it out with a giant robot. Can't imagine how it would work but it gives me hope for Grimnoir the next generation.

  23. Michael on said:

    Short little story that takes place a couple of decades after the Grimnoir chronicles and focuses on Jake Sullivan's kid. Was super excited to dive back into this world and the story did not disappoint.

  24. Aaron on said:

    The story was good and deserves four stars. The narrator had an odd rhythm that threw me off. It's really annoying that it's only an audio book.

  25. Donna on said:

    This short story reminded me of how much I love the Grimnoir Chronicles series and how perfect Bronson Pinchot's narration of it is.

  26. Joan Lloyd on said:

    A short story with lots of action and very little character development but who cares. It's fun! I find Larry Correia uneven but when he's good he's very, very good. Have fun with it.

  27. Ronald Price on said:

    Another good Grimnoir story. It's about Jake Sullivan's son. Reminded me of Pacific Rim.

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