Hell Hath No Fury

Multiverse, Book 2
Narrated by: Mark Boyett
Series: Multiverse, Book 2
Length: 18 hrs and 59 mins
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It began with two men. They came from very different worlds - entirely different universes, in fact - and they met in a virgin forest on a duplicate planet Earth. Neither of them had expected it, but both of them realized how important the first contact with any other transuniversal human civilization might be.

But something went wrong. Neither side knows who shot first. But both the magic-using civilization of Arcana and steel-and-steam age Sharona, with its psionic Talents, think it was the other side. And it doesn't really matter now, because the original incident has snowballed.

Both sides have additional dead to mourn; both sides have additional wrongs to avenge. Both sides have additional military forces moving toward the front. War between the universes is the last thing responsible leaders on either side want. But the fury of their respective populations, xenophobic fear of the unknown, and cries for justice (or vengeance) are all driving both sides toward the brink. The actions of local military commanders and diplomats may well determine the final outcome, and unscrupulous, power-hungry men - and Arcana and Sharona alike - have agendas of their own.

The fuse has been lit, and a war stretching across the universes, across an endless succession of identical Earths, fought between dragons, spells, and crossbows and repeating rifles, machine guns, and artillery is about to begin in white-hot rage and fury. Where it will end - and how - no one knows.

©2007 David Weber & Linda Evans (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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story really starts to pick up very excited 3

really enjoyed the battle strategies and the way that the two cultures do things differently it's amazing how communication plays such a vital role and how cultural realities have such a profound effect.

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Like WWI, but with cliffhangers

When I started the first book and learned that neither side had had a major war in decades, I had a feeling that it was eventually going to become a literary rerun of WWI; I was right. Just like the great powers had gotten used to steamrolling over technologically inferior peoples only to find themselves unsure of how to fight a modern war, both sides here had gotten used to not fighting at all only to fail to realize the full capabilities of their foes. And just like how history had too many guys willing to send millions pointlessly to their deaths for their own maddening reasons, this book has too many people wanting a war to further their own agendas. Aside from continuing to get bogged down in too many details, the only problem I had was that the epilogue left 2 questions unanswered: when is that Voice kid going to pass on his message and what happened to the diplomat group that ran off in a different direction?

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very well done world building.

lot of fun. be prepared to invest the time. labor of love here. but if detail doesn't scare you, worth the time.

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NEED MORE

This series is so good, I can't wait to get my hands on the next!

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Hell Hath No Fury

A solid second book of an amusing book series. You really cannot go wrong with dragons, telepathics, and wizards. This is a story for those that enjoy an elaborately woven plot lines that bridge multiple books.

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Both story, & reading are remarkably done...

The one thing I can say is brilliant.
I listened the whole night, hooked.
However,
I advise you to make notes on
Who the names are. In spite of being confused
most of the time as to what name belonged to which side of the conflict I couldn't stop listening to this engaging novel. WOW..!

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Great Book

This book took a while to get though, but we'll worth the listen. the characters are memorable and every well delivered line drove the story forward with passion. Great story, great narrator.

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Please don't end books in the middle of an act

Please don't end books in the middle of an act

Please don't end books in the middle of an act

Please don't end books in the middle of an act

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wonderfuln

just beautiful! very moving. very thought provoking. I can't wait to read the next one!