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The story continues; our heroes have made it to Eden, only to realize their new home is one of many Earths.

It's a world worth fighting for, but they aren't the only people who think so. Coexistence and peace are alien concepts to a new enemy that doesn't have a word for retreat.

©2018 S.M. Anderson (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Excellent series

Well written, narrated. If you love the subject its well worth your time and money.

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Excellent follow up.

I really enjoyed the 1st book and found it a breath of fresh air. But so many 2nd books are just retelling with minor variations. I found "Come and Take It" to be new enough to be fresh while continuing the story of the 1st book. Only bad thing is I have to wait for the 3rd book on Audible! 😄

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It took me a long time to become desensitized to the amount of breaths the narrator took. No offense. All else is good.

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Combines action with sci-fi in a most unique way!

This Trillogy is a very unique idea built on the multiverse idea, combined with great action and anti-socialist conservative factoids. Patriotic Americans will love this book, and it will even get leftists to think about the consequences of their long term policies and how they will interact with their own personal freedom and individual rights.

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This series is, ...is bad ass.

Okay... where do I start? the narrator does a really good job in both of the books (first and second) so far.
The story- look at it like this it's the writers spin on Atlas Shrugged, but WAY more in depth at least compared to the movies...lol I really enjoyed this series so far it has quickly become one of my favorites! I don't want to give out any spoilers. so I guess, I'll just say. I'm impatiently waiting for the next book. That about sums it up. so far YES!

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Action packed!

What would happen if we fought a Napoleonic army with breach loading rifles? This story. Although every battle should have been one sided, the author did a pretty good job of describing the short-comings of poorly disciplined soldiers, despite having modern weapons. There were several battles that keeps the listener engaged, with some political intrigue thrown in for additional entertainment.

The only annoying downside was the narrator, whose deep breaths between sentences remained distracting. He has a great voice but the deep breaths lowered my overall rating of his narration.