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An Echo of Earth

Children of Earthrise Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Series: Children of Earthrise, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 50 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (61 ratings)

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We are the last humans. We are hunted. We are refugees. We must return to Earth.

The alien scorpions attack us across the galaxy. They butcher millions. Humans are now an endangered species.

But we have not given up. We still have a few starships. We still have some hope. And we have a map home.

On Earth, we can be free again. On Earth, we can stand tall. On Earth, we can rebuild what we have lost.

Earth is but an echo, calling from beyond the darkness. We will answer her call. We will find our lost world. We will defeat our enemies. We will rise again!

©2018 Daniel Arenson (P)2018 Tantor

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will they be able to hold on to earth?

This was a great book! Lots of action in fighting for the control of the universe over the scorpions. The humans broke ranks sending Leona with a small group to locate earth and the remaining to join with the rest of the universe to fight the scorpions. Lerona and her group find just as much fighting as the main group. The basilics have over taken the area around earth.as well as earth itself. Will the humans ever get to recolonize earth and not fight? Well it's on to the next book! Audible has done an excellent job of this book. The narrator is very good at changing voices based on who is speaking and changing according to what is happening.

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Childish adults and constant repeating

Some of the characters often acted childish rather than like adults fighting for survival. The constant repeating of their woes of life made for tedious listening. Good story line otherwise.