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The third installment of an epic new science fiction trilogy that tells of humanity's desperate struggle to survive against an overwhelming alien invasion. Reinforcements from across the world have brought the battle in Germany to a bitter standstill. Faced by increased pressure from the humans, the Krycenaean invaders call in troops from the Moon to mount a new offensive. On Earth, Major Taylor learns that Captain Friday may still be alive, but held a prisoner. He hatches a bold plan to rescue him, but Taylor directly contravenes his orders and is arrested. Imprisoned and facing court martial, Mitch Taylor is helpless as the war rages outside his prison walls. With the Earth forces overrun and in full retreat, Mitch has no option but to escape and confront Karadag once more before the planet is lost. Still carrying the mental scars from his first encounter with the brutal enemy leader, he must succeed for the fate of the human race. Battle Earth is a futuristic sci-fi action adventure series that chronicles vast bloody battles following humanity's first reach into the stars.

©2012 Nick S. Thomas (P)2016 Swordworks

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Solid Continuation

Where does Battle Earth III rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It's a pretty easy listen. Plot is not very complicated, and it flows well.

What did you like best about this story?

Lots of emotion and a solid cast of characters.

Which character – as performed by Neal Arango – was your favorite?

Really liked General Schultz. Neal does a great job of delivering the dialogue for all the characters and gives them each a unique personality.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I wouldn't say it incited any extreme reactions, but I did enjoy this book the best out of the series so far.