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Alliance Armada

The Alliance Trilogy Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Emily Beresford
Series: The Alliance Trilogy, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 55 mins
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After fending off the Adjudicator attack, the Alliance learns that the enemy is preparing a final, exterminating push against the human systems and their allies, the Hroom Empire. To buy time while building their forces, the allies send Captain Jess Tolvern and her sometimes rival, the former pirate Catarina Vargus, in command of a fleet to raid and reconnoiter the aliens' own home worlds.

They cross the inner frontier into systems torn by novas and black holes to find the aliens, who have hidden themselves in a previously undiscovered system, where they are awakening an ancient machine with the capability of devouring entire starships.

©2018 Michael Wallace (P)2018 Tantor

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  • 13-09-19

Horrible voice actor!

I love this series by Michael Wallace it's truly a great space opera. However the voice actor used for this trilogy is so bad it's actually distracting from the story. I almost stopped listening altogether and read the books instead. It's obvious Emily didn't listen to any of the books that came before the Alliance trilogy because she badly mispronounces many of the words and names even though all the different actors that came before used constant pronunciations. Many of the characters voices sound exactly the same which can be confusing. This must be her first and hopefully last voice acting job. From now on I'll be listening to previews of books before wasting a credit.