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McCarthy was drafted from his college biology studies and became a member of the Special Forces. Then he is given the opportunity to contact the Chtorr, but when a helicopter crash leaves him and his companions stranded in enemy territory, he must decide whether to communicate with the Chtorr - or kill them!

©1985, 1989 David Gerrold (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Jim N
  • 06-08-18

A Sequel that's Superb

A Day for Damnation is my favorite book in David Gerrold's excellent-but-unfinished War Against the Chtorr series. Gerrold ramps up the story in this second book, delving more deeply into the nature and diversity of the alien ecology that's invading the planet and into the impact living in a post-apocalypse world is having on the human race. The book features an extended sequence in which the main characters are trapped in something akin to an alien "blizzard" that is among the most memorable sequences I've encountered in decades of reading and listening to science fiction.

John Pruden's narration is excellent. Highly recommended.

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  • jason
  • 05-03-15

EPIC STORY

This series was epic! I really liked the way he introduced characters a little at a time instead of the first chapter describing everything about them. . It is so in depth that. you could imagine this happening the details are incredible my favorite series. if I was shipwrecked this series is what I'd want for reading entertainment.

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