Summary

Taylor Anderson continues his powerful New York Times best-selling series of alternate history and military strategy, as the conflict is about to become terrifyingly personal....
Captain Matt Reddy and the crew of the USS Walker have been fighting for their lives ever since their ship was swept from the Pacific to another world and they became embroiled in a deadly conflict between their Lemurian allies and the ravening Grik. But things are about to get worse. With Reddy's family and allies held prisoner by the mad General Kurokawa, the mysterious League and evil Dominion plotting schemes of their own, and the Grik trying to build their swarm and concentrate power, Reddy faces danger on all sides. Although desperate to confront Kurokawa, Captain Reddy fears he's subordinating the war effort for personal reasons. But Kurokawa is too dangerous to be left alone. With the mighty League battleship Savoie at his command, he plots a terrible vengeance against Reddy and his tiny, battered destroyer. The stage is set for a devastating cataclysm, and Reddy and his allies will have to risk everything to protect what they hold dear.
©2017 Taylor Anderson (P)2017 Tantor
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3 out of 5 stars
By Patrick M. on 28-11-17

An average, repetitive addition

So I am not going to lie. I am starting to find this series stagnant. In fact there were quite a few areas in the beginning of the book that I almost stopped and moved on to another book.

To its credit it did pick up near the end with some great fights, deaths, and dialogue.

While I will pick up the next book, if the next is a repeat performance of this then I will likely jump ship.

It is my belief that Mr. Anderson needs to wrap this series up soon or inject some major plot twists and new content.

A lot of what happens has become quite predictable in many ways and I do find my mind wandering from the narration regularly.

Mr. Dufris is still good as always but I find that his Lemurian accents starting to get more annoying than immersive. Also the recording quality seems a bit quiet.

I have so far enjoyed this series quite a bit, but I do think it is time to do the ending and soon.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Holdt Garver on 28-06-17

a great continuation of a wonderful series

Where does Devil’s Due rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is the latest book so far in the Destroyermen series. The series follows the crew of two US Navy ships in WWII somehow transported to an alternate earth, where the dinosaurs never died out, various intelligent species exist, and several groups of humans from other alternate earths have been transported in ways similar to the US Navy Destroyermen. the world building is outstanding and the books are all most difficult to put down.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Devil’s Due?

the elimination of one of the major antagonists.

What about William Dufris’s performance did you like?

I enjoy his use of different voices for the many characters. his reading is done well and makes these novels most desirable additions to the Audible library.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No books I read or listen to create extreme emotion, but I had difficulty putting this, as well as the other books in this series down. they are exciting and suspenseful.

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