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AD Earth, 2508. Humans have spread across the six arms of the Milky Way Galaxy. The Unified Authority controls Earth's colonies with an iron fist and a powerful military - a military made up almost entirely of clones....

Private first-class Wayson Harris was raised in a U.A. orphanage among thousands of clones born and bred as the ultimate soldiers. But Harris isn't like the other Marines: He has a mind of his own. He figures he's paying for that independent streak when his first assignment out of boot camp is the smallest Marine outpost in the whole U.A.

When a rogue general surfaces, the remote desert world Harris thought was a dead-end posting becomes anything but. Fighting off the general's raid gains Harris a promotion. But it also brings him to the attention of some unfriendly U.A. leaders. They have their own plans for the military - plans Harris disrupts by his very existence. For in an army of clones, the one unforgivable sin is to be different....

Performed by Ken Jackson, Eric Messner, Tim Getman, Richard Rohan, Dylan Lynch, Elliot Dash, Joe Brack, Gary Telles, Thomas Penny, Mort Shelby, Tim Carlin, Nick DePinto, Drew Kopas, Yasmin Tuazon, David Coyne, Danny Gavigan, Thomas Keegan, Christopher Graybill, Jeff Allin, Gregory Gorton, Christopher Scheeren, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, James Konicek, James Keegan, Colleen Delany.

©2006 Steven L. Kent (P)2012 Graphic Audio, LLC

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Short but good

I found the story very short for the money but a good story , maybe less background music when speech going on would make it more enjoyable

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  • 03-06-21

good book to read, audio adaptation is poor

I read this book many years ago and was really looking forward to an audio version of it. This version is just not done well. I will say, this is the first audiobook I've had that is dramatized with sound effects. if this is representative of these types of audio books, I will avoid them in the future. the sound effects are very cartoonish and not thoughtfully placed throughout the storyline. door openings and gunshots sound like sound clips lifted directly from Scooby-Doo. I can get past most of that, if they weren't so loud and in many cases overpowering the actual narrative. The sound effects from the battle scenes sounded like they were directly recorded on a walkie-talkie and then played with the volume cranked up. I like to listen to my audiobooks with headphones or while I'm driving and having to crank up the volume to hear the narrator over the background noises was distracting and painful to listen to.

(forgive my grammar as this was written on a phone)

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  • Travis
  • 14-03-21

Totally Worth It

Story was great and the performance was awesome. I’m looking forward to hearing what happens in the next book. I can see myself listening to this book again.