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Weapons of Earth

The Chronicles of Kin Roland, Book 3
Narrated by: Keith Michaelson
Series: Chronicles of Kin Roland, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 23 mins

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Summary

With the fate of humanity at stake, there is only one way for the Traitor of Hellsbreach to make things right.

After a battle that erased people from existence, Kin Roland faces betrayal, intrigue, and the ultimate decision. Reapers, Slomn, and all the deadly monsters of Crashdown have not prepared him for his return to Hellsbreach. He swore to never again set foot on the red wasteland. The truth awaiting him in Blood Meridian Canyon will force him to a desperate alliance. A creature that even the King of the Reapers fears will drive Kin across the Red Plains of Sorrow with the fate of humanity in the balance. There has ever been only one decision for Kin Roland...the right decision.

Weapons of Earth is the final book in the Chronicles of Kin Roland trilogy, a military science fiction adventure that fans of the movies Aliens and Predator will love. This series is for anyone who has dreamed of suiting up in a Starship Troopers dropship and assaulting a planet with a band of brothers ready to snatch victory from impossible odds. If you enjoy books by Robert A. Heinlein, Frank Herbert, John Steakley, John Ringo, and David Weber then you'll love this book they inspired.

Buy the climactic conclusion to the Chronicles of Kin Roland trilogy today!

©2016 Scott Edward Moon (P)2017 Scott Edward Moon

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  • 16-08-17

Wormholes, Planets, Aliens, Betrayal, and MECHS

Yeah, the title pretty much sums it up. Had a blast listening to this series. Had gotten used to the narrator of the first two, who has a good voice, but Michaelson is much more expressive and versatile. Good change. Some of the reaper voices gave me the creeps!

The story itself has a satisfying ending and did not disappoint. Sometimes it was hard to tell when the flashbacks were going on, but not too bad. All in all and very worthwhile series. The different settings the author created were rewarding in the themselves and the action hardly let up.

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