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Years ago, Main 54s brain-core had to flee his exploding planet-sized warship because of the treachery of Jon Hawkins. Later, Main 54 gained special processors, a new warship - something changed in him...greater clarity of purpose and superior combat skills.

He has been taking over the AI Dominion around here ever since. Now, his brilliant calculations reveal it is time to destroy the Confederation with a super fleet.

Jon is on a desperate mission in the void seeking clues for making the alien Subspace Teleport Device work. But even if he succeeds, the Confederation will need the courage of the Warrior Roke, the genius of the Sacerdotes, the cunning of the Sisters of Enoy and the power of the Kames to survive the approaching holocaust.

This will be the war to end all wars or final annihilation.

A.I. Armada is the eighth book in the series chronicling humanity’s grim war for survival against the galactic machine juggernaut

The series starts with book one, A.I. Destroyer.

©2020 Vaughn Heppner (P)2020 Vaughn Heppner

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  • 19-10-20

A fairish blend of fantasy & sci-fi.

I really have mixed feelings about this one because I am still devastated that they switched narrators mid series. Although Scott Aiello did a better job than last time he’s no Marc Vietor and honestly, he’s just not right for this type of book. I’m not sure what the producers were thinking but the performance is not good enough to support what is otherwise a really solid story by Heppner.

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  • 25-11-20

Another chapter in the great series

some live, some die, but as always an entertaining listen that will keep you wanting the next installment.

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  • Jim T.
  • 15-11-20

Narrator was better but still not great!

Although the narrator was better performing this book than the last, he was no where near as good as the previous narrator. At least in this book Bask didn't sound like a version of Arnold Swarzanegger from a bad Saturday Night Live skit. The book had very good potential but it felt rushed and not sure if the series is finished or not.

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  • matthew cropley
  • 13-11-20

Overall good listen!

I was a bit disturbed at the change or narration! Scott Aiello is great! But to switch narrators in the last 2 books of the series was not good! Scott did a great job for what he was thrown into but when you are used to a certain voice for a certain character, its hard to transition. Love Vaughn Heppners books and guessing the narration switch was probably out of his hands... Guessing this is the end of the series! Don't know how i feel about the ending, did seem a bit rushed!

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  • TonyP
  • 12-11-20

As disappointing as the last season of game of thrones

Every book, I mean every book in this series left me wanting for more except this one. This one felt like it wasn’t even the same author. Bland, boring, not even interesting. I felt like it was the last season of game of thrones wrapped up in this book. I don’t think this is the last book in the series - but i may be done based on how much I disliked the storyline. I loved this series until this forced book. I really like the narrator, and don’t understand why people are complaining. Narration was awesome.

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  • T. Herman
  • 28-10-20

good job wrapping up the story

good wrap up after 10 books 📚. most loose ends tied up and the reading performance was good as always.

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  • Brian Alsum
  • 28-10-20

Disappointed

I feel like this is written as a quick way to finish out the Ceres. The storyline was dry the action was fast and short lived. The plotline was extremely fractured. I loved all the preceding books except for this one.