The Rage launch the ultimate assault on the Human Sphere. Their greatest weapons are the most fearsome creatures in the galaxy - the Xenomorphs.
Having fled centuries before, the Rage return to take revenge and claim the planet for their own. Now, through a deal struck with the unlikeliest of allies, the human race may rely on the Predators to ensure mankind's ultimate freedom. Yet even the combined might of the two races may not be enough.
The fate of the Earth may rest with a single android - Liliya of the Rage.
©2016 Tim Lebbon (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
A very gripping Finale. Great Characters add a lot of depth to the Series. If you enjoyed the other books you won't be disappointed
real enjoyed diving deep into the alien and predator universe. tim lebbon is a great author and has deft touch in right long complex sequences across the vast dimensions of space
A man with a child in his ears
This delivers in just the way you need a final book of the series to deliver. Lots of action, lots of battles, a fitting conclusion and suitable endings for the main characters. I struggled at the start of this series with the role that the aliens were given but if you have enjoyed the previous two books then I think you'll be happy with the quality of the conclusion. There is nothing worse than getting through to the final book of the series and being let down. Luckily Lebbon and Chancer close this one off nicely.
"not to bad"
I thought it was a thrilling conclusion to a wonderful series heartache to the last sadness tears it was a well written book
I was watching a cheezy SyFy movie in my mind, and loved it. You will too.
"good audio book"
I really enjoyed it. I recommend it to anyone who likes predator. as a Weyland-Yutani employee I did find some it biased.
"Perfect for a movie!"
Amazing book! Almost 5 stars all the way but ending wasn't fully satisfying, to abrupt.
"Read like a children's book..."
Maybe it was the writing, but I'm blaming the performance. The story was good, but it was painful to listen to. The narrator made the characters sound childish in tone and measure. It felt cartoonish. I'm sure John would be great at children's books, but he's horrible for this one.
"End... Or beginning?"
Still some questions left unanswered but overall a good third act and conclusion. Will listen to all 3 consecutively and add more.
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