The skelkrins. Predators from deep space. Creatures of claws, fangs, and unending malice. They swarm across the galaxy, slaying all in their path. Planets burn in their wake. And now they're heading to Earth.
Raphael "Riff" Starfire commands the Alien Hunters, a group of scruffy mercenaries. Galactic pest controllers, they mostly handle small critters - aliens that clog up your engine pipes, gnaw on your hull, or burrow through your silos.
Riff and his crew have never faced anything like the skelkrins before. As these cosmic killers invade our solar system, will Riff be the one hunting aliens...or will aliens hunt him?
Alien Hunters - a space opera adventure for fans of Star Wars, Firefly, and Guardians of the Galaxy.
©2015 Daniel Arenson (P)2016 Daniel Arenson
The story was different from what I have listened to before
She performed all the characters good
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I want to return this book just to get it out of my library, I don't really care about the money I paid for it. the attempt for the atmosphere and/or feel of the put-upon hard boiled down on his luck detective type of world was poorly executed, overdone and completely lacking in depth to make it believable. I have purchased another title by this author as well, and the storytelling is just as disjointed in that book as well.
The synopsis for this author's books are better than the storytelling.
this was a decent Young Adult Book. I did feel that the character still was a bit flat and underdeveloped. the character steel was especially flat and annoying.
The writing was as if a child wrote it. They steal ideas and character types from many other better stories and try to blend them into this rubbish. The reader sounds like she likes it and I guess she must but it should be in the free fantasy genre. Horrible, horrible, horrible.
Science fiction addict.
Not a fan of this kind of crossover science-fantasy, I get the logic of it all, high gravity world, dwarves....um yeah, but after that it kind of all breaks down....
Maybe I'm just obtuse and this was some kind of parody? Sadly I don't think that was the Authors intent....
Maybe, not because of this book however.....
He seemed fine.
Cutting characters isn't going to help this book......
The blurb seemed a bit miss-leading, I was expecting some interplanetary alien pest exterminators...it did get there...eventually.....sort of.... Spaceships that fight using claws and halfling engineers? not my cup of tea really.....But go ahead, you might enjoy it...
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