Battle Earth II

  • by Nick S. Thomas
  • Narrated by Neal Arango
  • 6 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After halting the enemy advance across Europe, the war continues to rage in Paris. International armies have converged on the French city to make a stand. When Taylor investigates a mysterious sighting in their northern perimeter, he sees that enemy forces are encircling the city. The humans are quickly running out of ways to flee from the death trap.
New advancements in technology could change the course of the war, if they can survive long enough to get the weapons onto the front line. The combined allied forces continue to be driven back, but Major Taylor learns of an even greater threat. The aliens are developing a weapon which could bring destruction to the human race overnight. Only one hope remains for the planet. A daring mission nobody could hope to survive.

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"They had lost so many. But there was still hope"

I received this book as a complementary copy from the author, narrator or publisher via Audio book Boom, in exchange for an unbiased review and had not previously read the first volume.of Battle Earth. This, however, did not distract from the story which was obviously a continuation of an alien invasion which had already defeated the Mars Colony, mostly destroyed that on the Moon and was rapidly expanding it's destruction on earth. Africa and cities in Europe had already fallen, only Paris had managed to hold out against the onslaught. Humanity was at risk. How can it be saved?
This is a straightforward tale of human ingenuity, bravery and comradery in the face of overwhelming odds and, as such, concentrates far.more on battle depictions than character building. Survival suspense is factored into every chapter. Neal Aramco's narration is very good where dialogue is required, with individual voices clearly defined, but I found his reading of the text somewhat disconcerting with some odd pronunciation and a downturn at the end of most sentences which gave it a depressed feel. This said, I enjoyed the book overall and would recommend it to lovers of military action.
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- Norma Miles

Book Details

  • Release Date: 29-06-2016
  • Publisher: Swordworks Books