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Forget Nothing II

By: Jason Anspach,Michelle C. Meyers
Narrated by: Khristine Hvam
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Publisher's Summary

It takes everything.

Andien Broxin has what she wanted: an opportunity to prove her worth through the rigorous and sometimes lethal Legion Selection.

The daughter of a legionnaire, she knows what to expect. Legion Selection will test every fiber of her being, heaping on endless trials of pressure, stress, and pain. Most candidates quickly find their breaking points, while others are merely broken.

Only a precious few, the one percent of the one percent of the one percent, will earn their armor and become...legionnaires.   

Don’t miss the long-awaited sequel to the Associated Press best-selling audiobook Forget Nothing by Dragon Award winner Jason Anspach and USMC and Army veteran Michelle C. Meyers!  

©2021 Galaxy's Edge Press (P)2022 Audible, Inc.

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Hold the mayo; hold the mercy

Okay, yes, the book summary clearly said this was all about the first woman to go through Legionnaire boot camp. So, I shouldn’t be surprised at the content. But, I thought that there’d be a little something more to the story, like the ending of the movie GI Jane, where Demi Moore’s character goes on a mission, or maybe some Starship Troopers-level space opera. Nope.

Except for an awkward epilogue, attempting to tie this to the characters/plots of the Galaxy’s Edge series, the entire book, from start to finish, follows Andien Broxin through training. The story throws in every boot camp and Navy Seal training cliche, then adds on every “women don’t belong in the military” cliche scene, speech, or internal rumination. The only freshness came from the futuristic ability to simulate real life battles and heal significant injuries, amping up the damage that the boots endured. Unfortunately, the future tech and amped-up peril moved this from more realistic military sci-fi and towards hyperbolic caricature. The idea that humanity’s future would tolerate multiple deaths in any military boot camp made it hard to take the storyline seriously.

For free, and with Hvam’s stellar narration, I channeled my inner Master Sgt and this made for an entertaining listen. But, halfway in I felt like the story was nothing but blah, blah “no girls allowed” blah blah nattering. I much preferred Forget Nothing part one, where the fact that Andien Broxin was a woman wasn’t central to the story.

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Required listening for any GE fan.

This book is different than others in the GE universe and I liked it. It adds a lot to the backstory and context for season 1 and season 2.

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S Kaye

Great series! Being a daughter of an Air Force Master Sargent this really appeals to me. It also gives honor to those who are in the special services and what they must go through.
Looking forward to the next one and the narration was top notch!

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Awesome

I need more, more of Broxin beating the sket out of kellhorns and stomping a mud hole in a donk.

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I'm Loving This Story!

I have wanted to hear more about Andien Broxin from her very first appearance & the Forget Nothing books haven’t disappointed. I have followed the character across the Galaxy’s Edge series & have enjoyed seeing each layer being revealed. Jason Anspach & Michelle C. Meyers have done a masterful job of filling in the blanks I have waited to know about this character as well as giving me the insight into the Legion selection process.

Khristine Hvam does an excellent job of bringing the character to life with her narration which ranges from hard-nosed to poignant bringing you into the story so that you can get just a taste of what life is really like for Andien. I appreciated everyone’s efforts to tell this story as I have the entire series.

If you enjoy Space Opera you should try this book.

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Terrible slog. No effective story. Simply torture.

This book describes the "training" or winnowing process for a mythical future military that is just beyond plausible. It's torture porn in the guise of a glorious mission. Could not make it to the end.

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I have never been so angry

The first Forget Nothing book was what introduced me to this author and the worlds and Legions created. At the time, I wanted more of this main character’s story, but since it was a one-off and I enjoyed the writing I started dabbling in other books in this created galaxy. When this second book came out I was so thrilled. I couldn’t wait to experience this character’s journey. I don’t want to spoil the ending, but don’t listen to this book. Hard stop. The way this story ends is the deepest affront to a character I have experienced since Game of Thrones. I am so angry. It has tainted every other book written of this galaxy and if I could give it negative stars and set the audiobook on fire, I would.

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Disappointing and unnecessary

I really liked #1, which had a good plot and some interesting ideas.
Then comes this book which can be summarized as "Legion Tryouts". That's all. No plot until the epilog.
On the plus side, short and good narration so I did finish

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gritty and awesome

I need book 3 yesterday! Seriously this spinoff is addictive, and the ending of book 2 just begs for a continuation of the story.

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enjoyed

Forget Nothing was my very first galaxy edge book and it kept me wanting a second to the point I listened to the entire series. I must say I am very happy with what come of the second, but now I want to hear the third book that explains how she ended up in Netherops and what she had to do when getting there.

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  • Steve
  • 01-02-23

Good but not great.

Enjoyed the book but was let down by the ending. Glad I read it as part of the series but would not reread. thanks for writing this.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-18-22

Loved this and can’t wait to carry the series

I have loved listening to Andien’s journey and hope that the series itself is as good as the prequels. Without giving anything away, the scene leading to the ending shocked me. I really hope that the rest of the series is that good yet I hope that it is not a sign of things to come. I loved her fight to one of the legion

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  • Brent Morris
  • 11-12-22

great

great enjoyed it. 😉 👍 😀 👌 😊 👏 😉 👍 😀 👌 😊

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  • Mr M Ward
  • 11-01-22

everything was great, untill the end

So, the series is awesome and I will continue listening. what I struggled with here is the ending, so maybe there will be another one. but I just listened to a story which didn't go anywhere. however many hours of listening and hoping the story might go somewhere and it didn't. I think what makes it worse is I paid for it via a credit and I can't get that back.
but the first book in this series within a series is good, this is just a filler masquerading as a story about how difficult it is to become a legionary

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  • Christine
  • 09-17-22

Good story

I really enjoyed this book narrator was good except for the Scottish accent which was the worse I've ever heard and that's saying something. looking foward to the rest of the book.

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  • CoffeeAddict1795
  • 06-11-22

Did not even let Narator speak

Forget Nothing 1naration was that bad that I did not get past "This is Audible".

I felt I had ho warn any potential listeners that this narrator can end your will to live

Don't listen, for the sake of your ear drums just don't

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  • Q G
  • 05-13-22

Right. There needs to be bonus stars for this

I love GE and all it’s side stories and while I struggle to adjust to non-Bray Narrators this one has easily been my favourite

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-05-22

Good and irritating at the same time

Good book . Well written. The narrator's pronouncement of Ann dean's name really bugged me. Good book none the less.

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  • Patrick
  • 04-26-22

Keep my wife's name out off ...

GI Jane it is/isn't . if your publishers published part 1 and 2 as one book or maybe a trilogy as I expect the next one is ready then it would be a great book. but all good things have to come to an end. Y and Z as well as X

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  • Becky Marlow
  • 04-01-22

excellent book

Excellent narration and excellent story I listened to the book in one session looking forward to the next book

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-19-22

On the edge of your Galaxy / Seat

What a neat little book, with a neat little story, and fitting neatly into the prequel storyline of Galaxy's Edge!!

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  • Christopher
  • 10-01-22

Glad I heard it before boot camp!

This book is awesome!

Glad I heard it before boot camp, and I will recommend it to others.