After halting the enemy advance across Europe, the war continues to rage in Paris. International armies have converged on the French city to make a stand. When Taylor investigates a mysterious sighting in their northern perimeter, he sees that enemy forces are encircling the city. The humans are quickly running out of ways to flee from the death trap.
New advancements in technology could change the course of the war, if they can survive long enough to get the weapons onto the front line. The combined allied forces continue to be driven back, but Major Taylor learns of an even greater threat. The aliens are developing a weapon which could bring destruction to the human race overnight. Only one hope remains for the planet. A daring mission nobody could hope to survive.
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This 2nd book picks right up with the same characters you know from the first one and continues the war. Well written and well narrated it delivers on a aliens vs human war told from the front Lines soldiers point of view. Delivers on actions weapons
And heroes and aliens galore. Can't wait for the next one! I received this audiobook from the author narrator or publisher for free via audiobookboom in exchange for an unbiased review
This book is sort of like Edge of Tomorrow meets Battle: Los Angeles. The author does a very good job at describing the hopelessness of fighting a nearly numberless foe that is better in almost every way. He also conveys multiple scenarios where through courage and loyalty you can overcome almost any situation. I loves listening and I plan on finishing the series as well as the Battle: Beyond Earth series.
The narrator did a good job of conveying a militaristic voice when in combat situations. The only problem I had was that he pronounced some words differently(I do not say wrong because I may be wrong) than from what I have heard in other books and it Slightly confused me at times.
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Did not read the printed version
it delivers on a aliens vs human war told from the front Lines soldiers point of view
Yes, Very much so
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
I am listening to something everyday!
Keep them coming!
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Nice follow up to the first book, I enjoy these types of scifi novels.
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I am 71 year's old I listen to a lot of mysteries I like cute ones I really like the cozy mysteries I like Christmas mysteries and horror
I received this book free from the publisher, narrator and or author for a honest review and unbiased option via audio book boom. this was a great book boom .
I listened to the book at one sitting it was very good
PROS: Interesting storyline. Good character development.
CONS: Not a lot of backstory. Narrator OK
DETAILS: The storyline was interesting. If you did not read/listen to the first book in the series, not a lot of backstory; the storyline seems to takeoff right where the previous book ended.
The story is kind of like if you combined the video game MechWarrior with the original movie Independence Day, but the story is told from multiple locations and perspectives; which is nice. The author, Nick S. Thomas, did a nice job developing the characters, which can be difficult when telling a story from multiple locations.
The author obviously is from Europe as the measurements are in meters and uses a few terms that are not in the average American’s vocabulary. An example of this is he uses the term football pitch a few times; which for those unaware (as I was) is a soccer field. This does not deter from the story at all.
I don’t know if the narration got better as the book went on, if I just adapted to Neal Arango’s style. There are times when it seemed like he was simply reading the story with voiceover’s tossed in later. Like I said I didn’t notice it as much as the story went on, that could be that because it was different than I was used it and I adapted.
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""They had lost so many. But there was still hope""
I received this book as a complementary copy from the author, narrator or publisher via Audio book Boom, in exchange for an unbiased review and had not previously read the first volume.of Battle Earth. This, however, did not distract from the story which was obviously a continuation of an alien invasion which had already defeated the Mars Colony, mostly destroyed that on the Moon and was rapidly expanding it's destruction on earth. Africa and cities in Europe had already fallen, only Paris had managed to hold out against the onslaught. Humanity was at risk. How can it be saved?
This is a straightforward tale of human ingenuity, bravery and comradery in the face of overwhelming odds and, as such, concentrates far.more on battle depictions than character building. Survival suspense is factored into every chapter. Neal Aramco's narration is very good where dialogue is required, with individual voices clearly defined, but I found his reading of the text somewhat disconcerting with some odd pronunciation and a downturn at the end of most sentences which gave it a depressed feel. This said, I enjoyed the book overall and would recommend it to lovers of military action.
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