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Aliens meets The Terminator meets 12 Monkeys in these explosive novels, which Amazon readers describe as “the definition of page-turning science-fiction.” Contains books 1 and 2 of the Earth Epsilon Wars series.

Arriving home after a harrowing tour of duty on a hostile alien world, USC Sergeant Matt Reeves has just learned the enemy - an insidious humanoid species known as the Wraith - may be preparing to attack Earth again. A widower with a nine-year-old daughter, Matt doesn't need any reminding of what’s at stake. With much of Earth still in ruins, and its military forces stretched beyond capacity fighting an interstellar war, there is no way mankind could survive another invasion. Teetering on the brink of defeat, the United Space Command is desperate to find some form of leverage.

Enter The Emissary Program. 

Matt learns the USC have been secretly experimenting with time travel to alter the outcome of the war - and they want him to be their next guinea pig - sending him back to Washington DC, 48 years before the invasion. His mission: help a small team of scientists locate a brilliant virologist, whose work may hold the key to eradicating the Wraith from existence. 

Can Matt and his team successfully change the future and save mankind? Or will they learn the Wraith have already altered the past and won the war? 

If you enjoy gritty military sci-fi, high-stakes alien invasion stories, and smart time travel thrillers - all with flawed heroes and nonstop action - you'll love The Earth Epsilon Wars series.

©2018 Terrance Mulloy (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Wait!

Loved the book! Story was interesting, narrator was great & I am angry I cannot buy the next book... you should wait for the rest to get released!

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Still waiting

Book was awesome besides the point that it's a cliffhanger. Why is there not a next book in the series out or even announced yet. Bad move by the author really bad move!

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Unrealistic and Unbelievable Characters

I almost stopped listening to it because of the excruciatingly unbelievable and unrealistic characters of Matt and Gibbons. Matt is supposedly a battle hardened soldier but is a total wimp throughout the last half of the story. Gibbons' character is too over the top.

Pinchot was great as always, but the characters were too hard to believe.

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  • 05-15-21

World War Wraith!

#1. The year is 2065 and the war rages on. In 2052 the aliens, known as Wraiths retreated to their home planet Epsilon. In 2054 we established the United Space Command (USC) and went after them. Since then, it has been a miserable battle, expensive in both monetary and human toll. Our scientists continue to reverse-engineer the Wraith’s technology, improving our forces beyond belief. Our former policeman from the prequel, Matt Reeves is now an SFC in the USC. We follow Matt and his team as they perform covert ops on Epsilon. Accomplishing their mission, Matt could finally go home, being away for six years including a four-year tour on Epsilon. Getting no rest, he was immediately tasked with another mission. This time to covertly retrieve Dr. Rossiter, a scientist the USC wanted badly. Unfortunately, the parameters of the mission were well beyond anything Matt could have imagined.
#2. Matt has been assigned to a team to assist in carrying out the mission. Together with his teammates, it is a simple matter to retrieve Dr. Rossiter; or at least they thought so. Unknown to the team, there was another interested party monitoring their every move. Under intensive tutoring, Dr. Rossiter begins to believe why the team is here and what it is they want him to do. Unfortunately, the interested party, who turns out to be Wraiths, interferes and ruins everything the team had accomplished. Matt struggles to put some of the pieces back together. Whether he manages to do so will be in the next volume.

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Just awful

First let me say that offering a “publishers pack” of the first two books totaling a little over 11 hours is not giving us anything. A normal “audiobook” is around 10+ hours anyway so you’re not getting a great deal. I hate that this is the way of publishing these days with a lot of authors.

So on to my review: our protagonist goes from being a new age cop who hesitates to shoot a crazed druggie who is shooting at him to a bloodthirsty soldier on a hot as hell planet filled with deadly creatures. He gets captured by the aliens, who are human in form, tortured to within a millimeter of his life and them miraculously jumps up, overpowers his guards and escapes with the other inmates in a stolen ship. And let’s not talk about the military nomenclature. Ok let’s. They’re fighting for their lives and refer to reloading their rifles with cartridges when it’s clear they mean magazines full of cartridges. No seriously, the soldiers say they are swapping out cartridges. One time, I could let it go as an editing mistake but numerous times over a couple of chapters? Then later, after going back in time, they are inventoring their weapons and correctly talk about rifles with magazines.

The military jargon is like something out of a computer game.

So, back in time to try and change history. Earth humans have figured out time travel. It’s supposed to be secret. They go back as a team and lo and behold the evil alien torturer is also there. No explanation.

This whole story at least up to this point is implausible and the storyline is very poorly executed. I’m not going to waste my time with the rest of it. Two words. It sucks. I don’t return books on audible but I’m tempted this time.

Bronson Pinchot is, well, Bronson Pinchot. I personally don’t care for his narration in general. Some people do.

My advice is save your credits. Not worth it.

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fun and interesting

a little slow to start, but very fun book, with listing to you will enjoy.

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It's tolerable. I won't be looking for another and wouldn't do it again. The narration is good and would be great except for trying to do voices.

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Aliens have attacked Earth, Earth retaliates

Most of the first book follows a soldier who is fighting humanoid aliens on a world called Epsilon. The aliens have brutally attacked Earth, and the word has united to fight them off. Now it’s time give them aliens some payback on their planet, which might not have been such a good idea. The aliens are ruthless and sinister which really becomes apparent in book two, when the aliens’ plans become more evolved within the story.

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When will our Hero learn?

Bronson Pinchot brings these books to life especially the old fashioned end to chapters that imitated the “serials” from the afternoon movies in the local theatre. These black and white, reel to reel presentations always ended on a “cliff hanger” contrived to get you back for the next episode the following Saturday afternoon! Terrance Mulloy very effectively uses that style not only on his chapter endings but in his book ending. And also like the serials we have an Evil Vilian who eludes our over achiever hero, Matt. Matt can’t seem to catch the bad guy even though he’s had him in his sights at least twice and he has had a bad time trying to get a permanent heroine. So far four women have tried for the position but I have high hopes for the current displaced FBI agent who volunteers to “cover his six” and is captured by evil soldiers. Now on to the next book........

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  • Q G
  • 01-09-20

I struggled with this narrator...again

I feel like I’ve let down the author because I couldn’t finish the book. The story was okay but I wasn’t hooked throughout. Sorry