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The Needle: An Alien Invasion Tale

Cold War, Book 0
Narrated by: Luke Daniels
Series: Cold War, Book 0
Length: 1 hr and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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The Needle is an action-packed first contact story that shares the battle for Earth through two soldiers' eyes.

Josef is having nightmares about the alien tower that dominates the snowy landscape of Antarctica. The alien construct is turning Earth into an icy wasteland day by day. His world unravels further when the alien tower opens to reveal its occupants.

Keenan is the right guy in the wrong place. He will lead his pack of Union Wolves on the world's first mission to combat the aliens and find out if humanity has the strength to repel the invasion.

The Ringhead aliens have arrived, and they are xenoforming the Earth, sending mankind toward a new Ice Age.

Listen to this first contact story that kicks off the Cold War.
 

Other audiobooks in the Cold War series:

  • Cold War: Alien Incursion
  • Cold War: Alien Siege
  • Cold War: Alien Strike
©2017 Julia Vee, Ken Bebelle (P)2018 Julia Vee, Ken Bebelle

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Sci Fi thru & thru

I didn’t expect to like this. Boy, was I surprised. I listened to this exciting, gritty thriller in one setting. I’ll be looking for the rest of the Cold War series.

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The story ends almost before it starts.

It's an interesting story but so short it is hardly worth the bother. It doesn't end with a cliffhanger. But almost as though the authors didn't even finish their thought.

The narrator, Luke Daniel, does an excellent job as usual.