Humanity has reached for the stars and has gained complete domination. The human empire has remain unchallenged... until now. A new alien race is discovered, and they are as human as we are. Unfortunately for Earth the aliens are far more advanced technologically, smarter than the average Earth human, and are just as aggressive. Maybe it doesn't help that they are all psychopaths.
Bill is just training to be a combat marine in a war that Earth based humanity is losing. When his base is attacked by the aliens at the end of his training, he finds himself as the hero and is propelled into a battle that he must win with the help of the lethal AI Collective to gather alien technology for study on Earth. Welcome to the new future, an alien nightmare that is not so alien, but is an all out battle to the death where Bill's allies are as dangerous as his enemies.
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For me the story did not flow. contractions were nonexistent. which made the language stilted almost robotic in execution.
the narrator tried his best but even then it didn't work.
The story line for me was not a believable tale.
Mr. Andrulis was not up to his normal excellence in plot, story, and believability. No twists no red herrings. rest assured that I won't (will not) be purchasing book two in the series.
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A military science fiction short story, with hints Larson, Sheckley, and Heinlein. Not bad if you're looking for something episodic and short in the genre. I'll probably check out the next one because the aliens seem to have a cruel sense of humor, and I dig that.
I was given a free copy of this audio book in exchange for an honest review.
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