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StarCraft: Liberty's Crusade

Narrated by: Neil Kaplan
Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (91 ratings)

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Far in the future, 60,000 light-years from Earth, a loose confederacy of Terran exiles is locked with the enigmatic Protoss and ruthless Zerg swarm. Each species struggles to ensure its own survival among the stars in a war that will herald the beginning of mankind's greatest chapter or foretell its violent, bloody end.  

Danny Liberty was a good reporter...too good. When his investigations struck too close to the heart of the corrupt Terran Confederacy, he faced a simple choice: continue his current series of exposés, or take a hazardous new assignment covering the Marines on the front lines of the Koprulu Sector. It didn't take him long to decide....

Behind the attacks of the Zerg and the Protoss lies the story of a lifetime, but every piece of information blurs the mystery further. Thrown into the middle of a war where the outcome will determine mankind's very survival, the only thing that Danny Liberty knows for sure is that the only person he can trust to keep him alive is himself.

©2001 Blizzard Entertainment (P)2018 Blizzard Entertainment

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love this story line

we need more starcraft books on audio. loved the game, and great to hear the details in the books.

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An alternative look at the SC1 campaign

Neil does a great job and I truly want him to narrate more things like this, his gruff voice is perfect for war dramas

the story is viewed through the eyes of Mike Liberty and goes over the lore and human campaign of most of SC1, possibly Brood war since it so long since I played those 2 that i can't remember where one starts and another ends

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Please continue the series!

This was absolutely incredible! Please continue the series I would love to listen to more StarCtaft books!

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A must listen for all Starcraft fans.

Neil Kaplans voice is just a masterpiece for characters such as Jim Raynor or Mengsk.

The plot is great as well, especially if your memories of the first game are blurry.

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JitteryVirus

Love the Starcraft universe this book takes place durning the brood war campaign and does a great job of adding to the story and maintain the original storyline. More Starcraft book please :)

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great book

I remember reading this when I was a kid. one of my favorite Starcraft books next to Heaven's Devils and Queen of Blades!

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A Good StarCraft Book

A good story that ties into the first game. i have read the book a few times in the past, and now picked up the audio version. A+

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Just as it was told, SC1. Only with another soul.

The Narrator. Neil Kaplan. Does the possible best damn job as usual in telling the story.

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wish the narrator was as good as the story

I like the book. unfortunately the guy who reads this isn't the best most of his voices all sound the same. The worst is his voice for Sarah.

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