Jon Arne Nygard
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Points of Impact
- Frontlines, Book 6
- By: Marko Kloos
- Narrated by: Luke Daniels
- Length: 8 hrs and 49 mins
Earth's armed forces have stopped the Lanky advance and chased their ships out of the solar system, but for CDC officer Andrew Grayson, the war feels anything but won. On Mars, the grinding duty of flushing out the twenty-meter-tall alien invaders from their burrows underground is wearing down troops and equipment at an alarming rate. And for the remaining extrasolar colonies, the threat of a Lanky attack is ever present.
Meeting up with old friends that you actually miss
- By Mgarneau on 01-10-18
Marko Kloos delivers us a disappointing book in his Points of Impact, book 6 in his saga. In my opinion this is a book that should never have been allowed to be published.
The publisher seems to be eager to just earn of previous success with this empty shell of a book, and honestly it makes me think twice of picking another one of his books up. It is at the best of times average, and that is a generous assessment of this. Most of the time the storyline is boring and repetitive.
The author did not have to dig deep for this one, and I am sure that an editor could easily just have put this together from notes gathered from the writer.
It lacks so much that should be in a finished product of a book that gets to publishing, but I shall not go on. I urge you to stay away from this one. You will not miss anything in the plot by skipping this book.
The narrator does a good job with what he has been given, the poor man, but it is not enough to rescue this work of utter … from failing, nothing could.
9 of 11 people found this review helpful
- By: Steffan Piper
- Narrated by: Nick Podehl
- Length: 8 hrs and 55 mins
Sebastien Ranes’s single mom and her feckless boyfriend can’t be bothered to take care of a stuttering 12-year-old. Banished to live with his grandmother on the far side of the country, the boy can barely understand a bus schedule when he gets dumped at the Greyhound station in Stockton, California. Given $35 and a one-way ticket to Altoona, Pennsylvania, Sebastien must cross the country - alone, without a clue how to fend for himself. Filled with youthful anger and naïveté, Sebastien heads out into the "Morning in America" of Ronald Reagan’s 1980s.
Warm Story of Fragility and Friendship
- By Gillian on 06-29-16
A wonderful story that you should not miss!
This is a lovely story full of smiles, laughs and hard trues about life. It takes you on a journey that you will not forget and make you fall in love with the main carracter and the story that he tell. This is a "must" read / listen and you will never regret picking it up. I loved it!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful