Amidst the snow and icy wasteland, Earth has become a watery grave to many. Zargonnii warriors Finn and Blu search for any remaining human females. Luck abounds and six females are found struggling to survive. The moment his blazing red eyes settle onto Bethany Finn feels in his heart she is the one he wants to end his loneliness.
When Bethany encounters two massive aliens, eyes alight, long white hair wildly flying, she knows the pair are either death or salvation. Their encounter leads Bethany on the wildest adventure of her life. After the Zargonnii ship is annihilated by the enemy a shuttle leads Finn and Bethany straight into the path of peril more times than the couple care to count.
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I find the series entertaining. It's an interesting twist on a common theme, the Earth is destroyed and the people have left to go to distant planets. I read the books originally and when I saw they were out in audiobook I grabbed them of Audible also.
The books in the series are short, but are cheaper than a credit so I don't mind just buying them.
Only downside to the Unearthly World audiobooks I have found is the narrator. Cassandra Livingston leaves a lot to be desired mostly in the fact that there is almost no differentiation between character voices. And if it wasn't for the change in the pace of the words and the "he said " and "she said " parts, it would be hard to tell she had gone from the narrative part to a spoken line.
If you haven't already, check out the related "New World " series. Much better narrator.
"naff .... what happened?"
what the heck... finn u were such an amazing character but not in this book. I often had no idea what was going on. aww so sad because this is the last audiobook so far..... ended with a lot of a flop.
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