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Searching for missing soldiers on a distant planet, Captain Nev and his squad are suddenly at war with fierce beasts. As they desperately fight for survival against this cunning, brutal, and relentless enemy, the devastating secrets determining their mission are revealed.

©2012, 2015 C. A. Gleason (P)2017 C. A. Gleason

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Better than average in it's genre

Ravagers - I enjoyed this book from the first chapter to the last word. It is gripping and fast paced - never a dull moment.
Adam Verner does a great job of the narration, creating pictures with his voice.
I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my own request, and voluntarily leave this review.

A good read throughly entertaining.

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  • Princeton, NC United States
  • 09-18-18

Who hunts the hunters?

I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. When people go missing on a distant planet Captain Nev's troops are sent to investigate. With only animals present on the planet what could go wrong? When the animals are much more intelligent and numerous than they were lead to believe it turns into a long strung out fight for survival. Great book just wanted more at the end.

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Futuristic monster story straight out of the 50's

"Ravagers" (2015) by C. A. Gleason is a potentially interesting futuristic thriller about the military fighting almost countless carnivorous creatures on a planet similar to earth. The fast-paced battles are exciting and sometimes gory. However, given the major impact women have had on today’s military, the all-male cast (with the exception of the stereotypical caring-wife-who-has-to-be-rescued-and-becomes-hysterical) put me off big time. Seriously? Adam Verner’s narration is solid. Barely recommended. Audiobook given free in exchange for honest review.

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Solid Narration

The story itself is decent but not all that memorable. The ending is the best part, and that is not am flippant remark. The epilogue really is very good.
The narration is overall very good. The sound quality and story telling are strengths, though the character voices could be more distinct. Overall though it is a strong performance.

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Fans of aliens and avatar will enjoy

Earth is overpopulated. Space isn’t yielding many habitable planets. One has been found but there is a problem. The creatures that inhabit the planet are violent and vicious beasts. The humans try to exterminate them and find that they have bitten off more than they can chew. These creatures can put aside their differences and bind together to destroy the human invaders. Great story great battles and great narration. Enjoy it as much as I did. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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Short and sweet wish there was more

It feels like there is a lot left off probably to leave it open for a sequel which is honestly fine. And is good to always want more but it also felt unfinished