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The Last Champion

Book 4 of The Last War Series
Narrated by: Austin Rising
Series: The Last War Series, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
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Summary

Admiral Jack Mattis thinks Spectre, humanity's nemesis, has been defeated. And he sacrificed the USS Midway, to do it.

Now a US Navy pilot has gone missing. A terrorist group kidnaps a dozen infants. Admiral Mattis's own infant grandson is suddenly and mysteriously ill with a sickness no doctor can--or will--diagnose. No one can piece the puzzle together, until from a derelict future-human ship Mattis finally recovers an actual mutant human, come from the future to destroy Spectre himself.

Because humanity's greatest nemesis is not dead--he is only now ramping up his plan for galactic domination. And the pieces he sets in motion will force Admiral Mattis to make the unthinkable choice between saving a billion people, or saving his only grandson and a dozen other infants.

Spectre must be stopped.

And only one champion can stop him. Or die trying.

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  • Harvey
  • 24-07-19

Future humans try to wreck the place!

I enjoyed listening to Peter Bostrom's story. I found it extremely interesting, exciting and enjoyable. Very good narrator. Really made the story better. Looking forward to the next installment of the series.

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  • Michael
  • 27-04-19

Good premise

The Idea the Star Trek and Star Wars will be the main source of conversation in over 100 years is silly the stereotypes are trite and demeaning to the military.. The editors should have had a fixed .