The Human Division : Old Man's War

  • by John Scalzi
  • Narrated by William Dufris
  • Series: Old Man's War
  • 14 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Following the events of The Last Colony, John Scalzi tells the story of the fight to maintain the unity of the human race.
The people of Earth now know that the human Colonial Union has kept them ignorant of the dangerous universe around them. For generations the CU had defended humanity against hostile aliens, deliberately keeping Earth an ignorant backwater and a source of military recruits. Now the CU’s secrets are known to all. Other alien races have come on the scene and formed a new alliance - an alliance against the Colonial Union. And they’ve invited the people of Earth to join them. For a shaken and betrayed Earth, the choice isn't obvious or easy.
Against such possibilities, managing the survival of the Colonial Union won’t be easy, either. It will take diplomatic finesse, political cunning…and a brilliant "B Team", centered on the resourceful Lieutenant Harry Wilson, that can be deployed to deal with the unpredictable and unexpected things the universe throws at you when you’re struggling to preserve the unity of the human race.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

A return to the Old Man's War universe

Would you listen to The Human Division again? Why?

I'd probably not re-listen to it, there are some things about the writing in the book becomes a little annoying. I imagine that on the page the snappy 'He said' 'she said' 'he said' isn't so bad, but the repetition really started to bug me.

Would you recommend The Human Division to your friends? Why or why not?

I'd recommend it to people who were already fans of the Old Man's War universe, whilst it has new characters, it is not a standalone set of stories.

Any additional comments?

This is really a collection of inter-linked short stories, if you go in expecting this rather than a complete novel then you will enjoy it more.

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- Melanie

Survives with the relation between lead characters

A light story with some engaging character relationships. It feels like the author is attempting to convey flat irony too often and the constant repetition of ...said ...said ...said is, well, repetitive. Please be a bit more creative.
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- Animar

Book Details

  • Release Date: 14-05-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios