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Devil’s Due Audiobook

Devil’s Due: Destroyermen, Book 12

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Publisher's Summary

Taylor Anderson continues his powerful New York Times best-selling series of alternate history and military strategy, as the conflict is about to become terrifyingly personal....

Captain Matt Reddy and the crew of the USS Walker have been fighting for their lives ever since their ship was swept from the Pacific to another world and they became embroiled in a deadly conflict between their Lemurian allies and the ravening Grik. But things are about to get worse. With Reddy's family and allies held prisoner by the mad General Kurokawa, the mysterious League and evil Dominion plotting schemes of their own, and the Grik trying to build their swarm and concentrate power, Reddy faces danger on all sides. Although desperate to confront Kurokawa, Captain Reddy fears he's subordinating the war effort for personal reasons. But Kurokawa is too dangerous to be left alone. With the mighty League battleship Savoie at his command, he plots a terrible vengeance against Reddy and his tiny, battered destroyer. The stage is set for a devastating cataclysm, and Reddy and his allies will have to risk everything to protect what they hold dear.

©2017 Taylor Anderson (P)2017 Tantor

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    Rodnie 06-28-17
    Rodnie 06-28-17 Member Since 2006
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    "Same book different day!"

    This whole series after book 1 or 2 has is the same ole story with different scenarios.
    No new weapons, boats or people. With the premise of this series,you'd think they would find some more advanced science or weapons to help them out along the way. But nothing new,just killing and more killing. author needs to freshen the story line up if I'm going to continue the series.
    Really need to find new weapons from a future time to get the story kicking. at this point it's just boring.
    The only saving grace is William Dude is whose narrasian is spot on as always. He's always a pleasure to listen to.

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    Tom 07-09-17
    Tom 07-09-17 Member Since 2011
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    "Can't wait for the next book"

    Loved this piece of the saga. great narration and story line. looking forward to the showdown with three evil Dominion!

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    Holdt Garver 06-28-17 Member Since 2016
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    "a great continuation of a wonderful series"
    Where does Devil’s Due rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    This is the latest book so far in the Destroyermen series. The series follows the crew of two US Navy ships in WWII somehow transported to an alternate earth, where the dinosaurs never died out, various intelligent species exist, and several groups of humans from other alternate earths have been transported in ways similar to the US Navy Destroyermen. the world building is outstanding and the books are all most difficult to put down.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Devil’s Due?

    the elimination of one of the major antagonists.


    What about William Dufris’s performance did you like?

    I enjoy his use of different voices for the many characters. his reading is done well and makes these novels most desirable additions to the Audible library.


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

    No books I read or listen to create extreme emotion, but I had difficulty putting this, as well as the other books in this series down. they are exciting and suspenseful.


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Chiefkent Gulfport, MS USA 06-16-17
    Chiefkent Gulfport, MS USA 06-16-17 Member Since 2017

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    "World War. alt"

    I have slavishly followed the 'Destroyermen' series since "Into the Storm", some 9 years ago. At that time my only criticism was Mr. Dufris' lack of familiarization with the proper pronouncing of standard naval and military terms. Now that is no longer a problem, it has allowed his vocal acrobatics to deftly allow the listeners to have no doubt as to which of the many human and human characters are speaking. Mr. Dufris has given each of the many primary characters their own distinct and appropriate voice, making it ever so seamless to follow the storyline.

    In this latest installment of 'Destroyermen' the war has gone truly global as we are exposed to new threats as old ones are conquered. And as old heroes die, new ones are born. Mr. Anderson keeps the plot fresh while maintaining the mystery and suspense of what is yet to come. The "Destroyermen' series has kept a large fan base by keeping his readers entertained. "Devil's Due" does not disappoint!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Timothy Shawn Haggerty Fort Smith, AR 07-17-17
    Timothy Shawn Haggerty Fort Smith, AR 07-17-17 Member Since 2012
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    "Loved it."

    Always a fun read. Enjoyed the narrator's many voices. Winning formula of stories. Just good fun!

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    Harry Boyle Irmo, SC, United States 07-16-17
    Harry Boyle Irmo, SC, United States 07-16-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Another Page Turning Attention Grabber"
    Who was your favorite character and why?

    The wisdom of Dennis Silva appearing always when he needs it typically when it's unexpected in this book was my favorite character. The nice thing about Taylor Anderson is that he surprises the reader from book to book in character importance.


    What does William Dufris bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    The way he plays each character with his voice differences is what makes the Audible series so good. I might not have never read this book or the series and missed the experiences without Audible.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    It seems like a movie version would leave the riches of the book series on the cutting room floor. The books each at 16 plus hours contain so many adventures. I would hate to see a disaster like Tom Cruise playing, a six foot five 230 pound, Jack Reacher. Casting and costumes and make up would be just so difficult.


    Any additional comments?

    As always, when I finish listening to a Destroyer men book, I immediately start looking for the next one. Waiting a year or more is tough. The various war fronts visited separately make the books work. If multiple major battles were taking place at each front it is hard to imagine our hero's prevailing considering the resources needed and the size of the fleets required.

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    Amazon Customer 07-14-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Wow! What a good series"

    Slow start but the last 5 hrs were intense. Wrapped up some things that was satisfying but left me ready for the next one.

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    Amazon Customer Brady, Montana 07-10-17
    Amazon Customer Brady, Montana 07-10-17 Member Since 2001

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    "just keeps getting better"

    what can I say, oh I know, can't wait for the next one. Hurry up Taylor, your fan club awaits.

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    Scoot Tennessee 07-09-17
    Scoot Tennessee 07-09-17 Member Since 2012
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    "Still going strong!"
    Would you listen to Devil’s Due again? Why?

    Sure, after twelve books, the story has become rather complex with people, places and things. I'm ready now to go back to the beginning and listen to the whole series again from start to finish to refresh the story in my mind. It's just that good!


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    How could you possibly pick a favorite with so many great characters to choose from?


    What does William Dufris bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    Excellent with tone and accent.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    Anderson ranks up at the top of the list with the best like Jack Campbell and A. American when it comes to telling a story with detail and enthusiasm sprinkled with a little history, humor and romance.


    Any additional comments?

    I'm a great fan of good series and this is one of the best. Twelve books and still a good story line with excitement and humor in each chapter. The only drawback is the requirement to spend the first few chapters of each new book explaining to all the new readers how the story started, who the characters are etc. etc.... After 12 books, come on! It wastes so much time.....

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    bearbear 07-01-17
    bearbear 07-01-17 Member Since 2017
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    "does a good job of ending a partial story arc"

    did a good job now they ended least one in the main antagonist of this series. definitely better than the last book

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