Summary

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It's 2016 - friendly extraterrestrials just made first contact! So why has the sworn enemy of these benevolent aliens hated humans for millennia? 
Independence Day meets The X-Files when Air Force fighter pilots Jake Giard and Sandra Fitzpatrick join a decades-old global conspiracy to integrate humanity into a galactic government. But when a galactic civil war spills onto our shores, plunging the planet into an otherworldly post-apocalyptic hell, can Jake and Sandy save humanity from extinction? 
As unknown aliens with a dark secret continue to raid the planet, Jake fights through a post-apocalyptic hell, struggling to comprehend the enigmatic aftermath of the first attack. 
On the West Coast, Sandra's squadron smashes against the invading aliens. Thrown to ground, Sandy wades through blazing infernos and demented looters in a desperate attempt to save her family. 
Finally, with the fate of the world in the balance, both captains must take the battle to the enemy - humanity's very survival hanging on their success.
©2014 Dean M. Cole (P)2014 Dean M. Cole
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Critic reviews

"SECTOR 64: Ambush was a highly imaginative action packed apocalyptic assault on your mind." (Audiobookreviewer.com)
"Cole tackles the first-contact scenario with bombastic flair, feeding sci-fi action fans one excellent tableau after another. His vibrant prose, whether detailing fighter jet capabilities or the craggy interiors of an alien craft, delivers the high-resolution imagery of a Hollywood blockbuster. Offers an absolute widescreen blowout of conquering ships and slavering, vengeance-obsessed villains, given weight by an endearing set of heroes. A technologically riveting dream for sci-fi action fans." (KirkusReviews.com)
"Cole has a good thing going here.... His descriptions of aerial battle and military procedure are accurately detailed and his knowledge of the aircraft themselves fascinated me.... He created a couple of races of aliens, gave them their own histories and cultures and just made them outright interesting. His characters are realistic and believable as well. Sector 64: Ambush is a great read." (Audiobook-Heaven.com)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Ms on 24-06-16

boring, slow, male..

this is a boring book that has no substance. it has wooden one dimensional predictable characters.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Marcus11b on 08-01-15

Good book, worth it. Good narrator.

This storyline is good, different from most. I count narrator Mike Ortego up there with- Mark boyett, Christian Rummell, Mark Vietor, Luke Daniels, Jeffery Kafer. And few more. Looking forward to next book.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Robert S. on 17-04-15

Fantastic

This is one of the best books I have encountered! Well written and narrated, I would recommend this to anyone. I hope Dean Cole keeps writing. Can't wait for another!

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