The Hell Divers Trilogy
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    Hell Divers: The Hell Divers Trilogy, Book 1 | Nicholas Sansbury Smith

    Hell Divers: The Hell Divers Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Nicholas Sansbury Smith
    • Narrated By R. C. Bray
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
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    Performance
    (6201)
    Story
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    More than two centuries after World War III poisoned the planet, the final bastion of humanity lives on massive airships circling the globe in search of a habitable area to call home. Aging and outdated, most of the ships plummeted back to Earth long ago. The only thing keeping the two surviving lifeboats in the sky are Hell Divers - men and women who risk their lives by diving to the surface to scavenge for parts the ships desperately need.

    GUINEA PIG MEAT

    I DON'T KNOW WHAT I SAW, BUT I DON'T EVER WANT TO SEE IT AGAIN
    Scary, Adventurous, exciting and puts you in the middle of the action. Smith has re..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 02 2017 by Jim "The Impatient" (Springfield, MO, United States)
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    Hell Divers II: Ghosts: The Hell Divers Trilogy, Book 2 | Nicholas Sansbury Smith

    Hell Divers II: Ghosts: The Hell Divers Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Nicholas Sansbury Smith
    • Narrated By R. C. Bray
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2247)
    Performance
    (2127)
    Story
    (2117)

    Ten years ago Hell Diver Xavier "X" Rodriguez fell to Earth. Those he left behind went on without him aboard the airship he once called home. Michael Everheart - the boy once known as Tin - has grown into a man and the commander of Hell Diver Raptor Team. While Michael dives to help keep the Hive in the air, Captain Leon Jordan rules with an iron fist at the helm of the ship. But unrest stirs under his strict leadership as a prophecy of hope sweeps the lower decks.

    Even better than the first

    Absolutely. RC Bray is a great narrator, and with Smith's story, this one is impossible to stop listening to.

    Reviewed on July 18 2017 by T J Runkles ()