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Humans are the warheads in a lethal contest of missiles vs. long-range beams in deep space. The desperate Homo sapiens of Earth launch their experimental beamship. It’s ultra-tracking and breakthrough technology allows it to out-range the Doom Stars.The Highborn want that ship. They send swarms of missiles, knowing few will reach it. In the nosecones are their secret weapons - Free Earth Corps heroes from the Japan Campaign.

Launched from the giant missiles like shells in a shotgun, Marten Kluge and his friends must ride their torps into the particle shields and storm aboard the beamship or die in the cold vacuum of space. Bio-Weapon is the story of a suicide-ride to hell through a techno blizzard.

©2010 Vaughn Heppner (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Getting Much Better!

This book seems to want to hold your attention much better then the first book. Lots of action and drama. A good book!

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The story is better than first book. Narrative bad

I am unsure it I will get all the books as the narrator is appallingly distracting. Good news is that there is no chance of Ely getting worse

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Liked it much more than the first book.

Was able to get into this one much more. The first is more of a set up. Also the narrator takes a while to get used to. I believe the series is building and getting good. I recommend boosting the play speed to 1.2 or. 3. It is a bit slow for my comfort.

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the reader's voices were terrible.

I had a difficult time remaining interested in the book because the voice actor was so bad.