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Everybody feared the man with the metal band over his mouth.

Stryker was part of an elite group of Cyborgs genetically enhanced with inhuman DNA. He was known as the Creeper, the quiet, the man with half a face. His fate was his own and his freedom hard-earned, having nothing to live for but the hunt and his perfect record. Until he received a distress call that changed his bleak existence.

"Please, oh god, please. Is anybody out there? This is Norah Lee, a scientist of Earth. I-I don't know what to do. I think everybody...everyone is dead. Please if you hear this, please help us. I can hear them outside. They're coming...I don't want to die!"

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Naomi Lucas (P)2018 Tantor

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Mixed feelings on this one...

I had a couple of problems with this audiobook. I just couldn’t visualize the hero at all and keep an attractive image in my mind. Having his lower face continuously covered seemed distancing too. There was also a lot of gross descriptions of rotting bodies/creatures which actually turned my stomach. The narration was done pretty well. There was just no connection for me to the main characters, especially the hero. For me it was kind of a dud.

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Not digging the girls voice...

I don’t mind the girl’s voice when she’s acting as the girl but when she’s acting as the guys it’s kind of obnoxious. I feel bad because I like the story and the male narrator’s voice but by the end of it, I cringed when it was her turn to narrate. However if you can get over that, I’d definitely say this book is worth listening to. I really liked the first one on the series and this one was just as creative and fun as the last.

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