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Earth Reborn

Earthrise, Book 7
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Series: Earthrise, Book 7
Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

For years, they stalked us. Kidnapped us. Dissected us. For years, we feared them.

Some call them "gray aliens". Some claim they crashed in Roswell. Others say they're just a myth.

But legends often spring from terrifying truths. There are monsters in the dark. And their evil knows no bounds.

We've faced aliens before. But nothing like this. This enemy is stronger, smarter, and crueler by far. And they want to kill us all.

But we refuse to fall.

We will muster all our courage. All our strength. We will tell the enemy: "Earth will rise!"

©2017 Daniel Arenson (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • coryswinehart
  • 03-12-19

slow,dark, intriguing

book is lesser on action but sets up the background and scene for the next stages good listen

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  • christopher Tribe
  • 21-03-18

orduner

Phone is story quite disappointing, lots of repetitive statements predictable in same type of Gore scenes over and over. Seems like the author got lost in the same type of Gore hes done in previous books instead of creating something new. You have the grays basically doing the same thing in the same kind of evil as the spiders and as the sanna Pete's. I was looking for something different this time but ended up with the same good versus evil.