Humans are the warheads in a lethal contest of missiles vs. long-range beams in deep space. The desperate Homo sapiens of Earth launch their experimental beamship. It’s ultra-tracking and breakthrough technology allows it to out-range the Doom Stars.The Highborn want that ship. They send swarms of missiles, knowing few will reach it. In the nosecones are their secret weapons - Free Earth Corps heroes from the Japan Campaign.
Launched from the giant missiles like shells in a shotgun, Marten Kluge and his friends must ride their torps into the particle shields and storm aboard the beamship or die in the cold vacuum of space. Bio-Weapon is the story of a suicide-ride to hell through a techno blizzard.
©2010 Vaughn Heppner (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
This book seems to want to hold your attention much better then the first book. Lots of action and drama. A good book!
It bothers me that he sounds like James Earl Jones trying to do a poor impression of Shatner doing an overly-emotive James T. Kirk. Also, he pauses or adds emphasis at the oddest--seemingly random--places in his narration. But what REALLY gets me are the mispronunciations! It is nucLEar, not nucYOUler. In the context of the book, it's CAValry, not CALvary (both real words, but not interchangeable). These two examples are not the only mispronunciations, by far. Did no one listen to his performance as he was being recorded? His production team bears partial responsibility for poor quality of this performance.
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