A new form of alien, a human feudal society and an army of mech rebels clash in the fourth story of the Mech series.
Ignis Glace is a war-torn world of fire and ice. Tidally-locked to its tiny red sun, one side of the planet bakes while the other side is forever frozen. Known as Sunside and Nightside, these two wastelands are bordered by a narrow inhabitable region known as Twilight. Humans and mechs battle for control of their world, even while a third player approaches the game: the Skaintz Imperium. Once the aliens strike, no world is ever the same.
©2012 B. V. Larson (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
You have listened to how many Audiobooks!!!!!
Teamwork always Wins
The Sacrafice of the two that are one
Great depth of character interpretations and a voice that can hold a listener to a story like the great James Earl Jones and Morgan Freeman.
What makes us Human
I want to see a MECH 4!!!!!!!!!!!!
I feel like this book could almost stand on its own. I really liked this story, quite a few things from the previous books get tied together. The aliens are even nastier if that's possible.
A great book that'll keep you listening wherever you go.
the story is fast pace and action filled and the narrator does the content justice.
B.V Larsons sci fi is my absolute favourite listening material and I simply love his take on the monsters.
The ending really wss not thought out. no one asks were the laser comes from on the planet.
"A conclusion to the series?"
I for one hope not as I have enjoyed yet another compelling series of books by B.V.Larson. I await with baited breath the release of his next book no matter if it is a continuation of this or one of the other set of stories, or sets out to introduce a new collection of characters. I have an insatiable appetite for the style of writing and the genre of SCI FI. In the mean time I must now look elsewhere as I have exhausted the current bibliography of B.V.Larson's audio collection.
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