The End of Liberty : War Eternal

  • by M. R. Forbes
  • Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer
  • Series: War Eternal
  • 8 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An ancient starship discovered... An eternal enemy revealed... An impossible mission to save humankind.
The Goliath has been discovered, the first of its secrets revealed. Now the race is on for Captain Mitchell Williams and his crew to return to Liberty and recover Origin's lost memories before the enemy can complete their violent conquest. It's a mission with a near-zero chance of success. A mission that only the Riggers would be crazy enough to accept - and skilled enough to survive. A mission that will test the limits of Mitchell's mind, body, and soul and force him to make an impossible choice that could cost the lives of millions. This is war, and if he can't win a battle for a single planet, how can he possibly change the outcome of a conflict that has raged beyond eternity?

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Loved it.

After Mitch's terrible lifestyle being thrown on it's backside, this was a great character driven story... I was so glad at the end of the last book that some of the Riggers survived, a little worried they might well have been Tetron, but still so glad. I really liked Millie and Mitch's growing relationship and think that it ending so soon would have killed him as a person even more. The fact that he grows to like her more and more really keeps me interested in them, as well as all the other big stuff in here.

Of course, Christine Arappo is a brilliant character too. She's so resiliant, and has been there on earth for so so long. It was great to be in her head as a Tetron. Of course the back and forth about wanting to save Mitch and kill him was a little weird at first, but then I understood, and I really felt for her towards the end.

There was one scene which creeped me out, and I think it might for most, the transport ship to get them to the city, the fact they have to kill innocent and naked people. total psychological warfare at it's worst, but it was a great story moment from the writers perspective, to see that the Tetron had become so sick that they would actually do that.

Of course, Jeffery Kafer's performance was awesome. I keep listening to see if there's something he flubs... but nope. I can't fault it (at the moment) haha. I think two of the sayings are sticking in my head now... Slow, steady... and of course the Rigger's shout out! I wanted to shout out with them.

(I am actually almost through book 4 at the moment) just writing these out before I forget anything) and because I managed to lock myself out my blog, so I might have to use TSK's to post from now on, or I might have to start just a reviewer one. Sigh.

Anyway, on to the third :)
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- kanundra

A good sequel.

A good continuation of the series. characters are developing with every chapter. Still a little cheesy in places. overall a good space opera.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-02-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing