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The Galactics quarantined Earth. But the last Galactic Guard agent died. Logan found his stealth ship, and now it's his job to protect the Earth from alien predators.

Kazz is a genuine Neanderthal and Philemon is an apish proto-human, two thugs with priceless information to sell to the highest alien bidder. But first they have to get off this backward planet.

They hijack Logan's Guard ship, needing it to crack an ancient alien structure at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean, believing it will provide them the ticket out of here. What they don't know is that the structure holds a terrifying alien prisoner that could doom the human race to eternal servitude - and if they did know, they wouldn't care. Kazz and Philemon just want to cash in.

It's up to Logan to stop them, but, at the moment, he's on the run from humans who want the secrets of the Guard ship.

Invaders: The Chronowarp, the second book in the Invaders Series, is a novel of science fiction adventure by best-selling author Vaughn Heppner.

©2017 Vaughn Heppner (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Much better than book 1

Well Logan seems to be less of a stupid risk taker and more importantly I started to really like both Logan and Rex which I think is the key to any story. There are enough twists and turns to keep the listener fully engaged. It was engaging from the 1st chapter to the last.

I am not going to talk about the story line so your on your own.

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Disappointing

Having read the first book in this series, which I thought was very good, I had high expectations for book 2. Unfortunately, the book missed the mark in my opinion.

I’ll start with the good. I like the concept of the book. I like the main character most of the time...and the performance of the narrator was amazing. He made the aliens come to life. Truly exceptional work.

However...almost every major scene in the book had a half-baked feeling that left the adventures of our hero very forgettable. I listened to the audio book over a two day period and I found myself forgetting what had happened earlier in the story simply because the descriptions of the various underwater alien bases, locations around the world, etc. felt bland and were difficult to visualize through the words of the author. I kept thinking things would get better...more interesting...but they didn’t. When we finally got to the climax of the book, I had the distinct feeling that the author just wanted to be done...he rushed and wrote what seemed to be a lazy climax and ending. I think this author has a ton of potential. He just needs to give us a little more of the good stuff he had in book 1.

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