The defenders of Earth, the Gray Panther Army, saved the Earth from an invasion from the Libra Alliance on January 6, 2128. The jubilation was short-lived as Earth's defenders found out there was a second deadlier fleet that would arrive at Earth in about two years. The Gray Panther Army consisting of ancient veterans, who have been enhanced through nanite technology to once again be young men and women, are forced to expand their ranks to include even the young. The Gray Panthers enlist the services of Matt Andrews and his team of crack flyers, "Matt's Marauders". Their mission: to fly captured fighters deep in enemy space from a captured raider to buy Earth time as defenses are built up and the fleet increases in anticipation for the looming invasion.
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It ranks very high in my list of books I have read + listened too !!
The whole story, is a truly awesome adventure !!
Liam Owen, has added great voices to each character !! He is very gifted !!
The South has risen, again !!!
I am a though audience to please when it comes to sci-fi and this audiobook was a pleasant surprise for me. It is highly entertaining, very well written with developed and likeable characters. The story goes wide and other characters (beside Dan Daniels) also take leading roles in certain parts of the book. There are many twists in the plot and nicely described actions scenes that kept my attention for hours. I hope the author will continue the series or at least stay in the sci-fi genre. Great book!
This audiobook is actually a sequel in the series, for those wondering why it is called "Earth's revenge". It is about the Gray Panthers army who are trying to prepare the defences, and save Earth, against yet another alien attack. In my opinion, the author's writing style is even better than in his previous books and I enjoyed in this sci-fi adventure very much. It kept me at the edge of my seat from start to finish!
Well, that was another hour of my life I will not get back. I say one hour because that was all I could manage before giving up on an awful book. I would like to say the narration was better, but it wasn't.
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