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... and They Are Us

Narrated by: Patrick McClafferty
Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
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Found adrift and lifeless; on a collision course with Earth, the Imperial Daignault class Destroyer Rose of the Dawn, a damaged relic from an ancient and faded empire, may be all that stands between humanity and the remorseless scourge of the insectoid Creednax. Voracious and relentlessly, the Creednax consume everything in their path, including people, planets and themselves if necessary. Only the Rose of the Dawn has the smallest chance of stopping them - if the abducted captain and shanghaied crew can figure out how to run the alien ship in time. Unfortunately, time is the one thing they don’t have.

©2014 Patrick McClafferty (P)2018 Patrick McClafferty

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  • R. Oliver
  • 07-02-19

and they are us

This book reads like something from the 1950s. A lot of testosterone and sexualizing of female characters. Why would he have to spank the princess, and why on her bare bottom after removing her barely there lacy panties? Seriously? And of course the hero of the story falls in love with the 16 year old, but it's ok because the nanobots are making him young so the age difference isn't a problem.
And the narrator apparently learned to read from the William Shatner school of acting. That is with frequent pauses between words.

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