Sodenia: The First Space Bastion

Sodenia's War, Book 1
Series: Sodenia's War, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 40 mins
3.9 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Doomsday approaches rapidly through space.

Humanity has lived in fear since the destruction left behind by the first alien scouts, knowing they will not survive the next attack. World governments scramble to develop ESAF, a program that hopes to secure and prepare Earth against another attack.

Fain Jegga was just a boy when he witnessed the devastating alien attack firsthand and lost his parents. Now fully grown, he has trained relentlessly in a top-secret facility as part of ESAF’s search for Earth’s best answer to the alien threat.

As one of the few who had successfully completed his training, he was led down a path in the facility only a few had seen before. That was when he discovered that Earth was in the middle of an intergalactic war.

©2019 Luigi Robles (P)2019 Luigi Robles

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Excellent Military Sci-fi

Story opens well with excellent team narration. Vocal pressure is done well. This story can easily support a second audiobook. I recommend this audiobook for ages 12 and older due to some violence I was given this audiobook for free and I freely give it my rating and opinion

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Pretty Good

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I thought the story was pretty good, overall. It moved very quickly, making for a fast listen, but I feel like the book could have been twice as long with a bit more detail and expansion on the events. The male narrator was extremely difficult to listen to. It almost sounded like I was listening to a speech input robot with weird inflections and pauses.

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Entertaining science fiction adventure

Sodenia is an entertaining science fiction adventure, the first of a series. Though only vaguely sketched so far, I found the various aliens and the galactic civilization building to be very intriguing. I also liked that there were two narrators, so that one person doesn’t have to try to do all the voices. Good entertainment, with a lot left for the second installment .

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I want more!!

Can't wate for book 2. So much action, near the end of the book I couldn't sit still. (And I'm in my car driving), And so glad I got this book. This is my kind of space/ailen/fight for our planet story. I hope there is much more to come. Great Job Luigi. Thanks again.

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Sodenia

The book was slow to begin with (for me), but it soon picked up. Looking forward to the second book in the series.

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Enjoyable

The story is interesting, although the start feels a little contrived. The dual narrators is a nice touch and adds to the atmosphere. I recieved a review copy of this book and I am looking forward to seeing where the next book will take the story.