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War in the heavens for freedom on Earth

Time to take the fight to the enemy, if they can find the Trog Fleet.

The Free Army missed their opportunity to catch the vulnerable Trog Fleet docked together on Ceres with empty magazines after their latest assault on Earth.

Now Dylan Kane needs to scout their bases to see where they're hiding. If he can find them, the Free Army has enough assault ships to attack and turn the tide of the war.

©2018 Bobby Adair (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Chris Duemig
  • 07-09-20

Still good but a little convenient

I’m still quite happy with book 3. I’m getting concerned things are falling into place a little too conveniently for the main character. He’s a military genius after 3 weeks and every time he gets a little over his head a convenient solution pops up. This book also starts down a tangent which does seem like an offshoot story after this one has finished. Still, it’s got more of what I liked in books one and two. Recommended.

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  • Brian Taylor
  • 19-05-21

frustratingly annoying

one of the primary leaders of the good guys is a lady who has a class a b**** and she is impossible to listen to so I'm forced to fast-forward through any conversation with her which makes listening to this book really hard and having such an annoying characters does not make for a fun read.

also the narrator's nasal voice is kind of annoying and some of his fake voices are intolerable

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  • Tim
  • 02-05-21

Still worth listening to

The book is comparable to the previous books. Bobby Adair has a good mix of character building and action. And as always, Greg Tremblay does an excellent job of narrating.