The Kasari Nexus : Rho Agenda Assimilation

  • by Richard Phillips
  • Narrated by Alexander Cendese
  • Series: Rho Agenda Assimilation
  • 10 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jennifer Smythe escapes Earth's invasion by the insidious Kasari race, hijacks an alien starship, and survives the deadly passage through a wormhole.
But escape is short-lived....
When Jennifer emerges on the new world of Scion, she is confronted by the same deadly enemy. Now the Kasari have sided with the planet's angel-like elite against the warrior underclass, but with the intent of ultimately ruling both. And when Jennifer is captured by the brutish Koranthians, her alien-enhanced abilities make her a crucial asset in battling the Kasari and their winged allies.
Back on a divided Earth, Jennifer's brother, Mark, and Jack "the Ripper" Gregory wage their own war against the Kasari. As the global government welcomes the extraterrestrials, Mark, Jack, and their rebel faction seek to use the powerful mind-altering skills gained from the Kasari's sworn enemies to repel the would-be conquerors. But faced with the might of Earth's ruling forces, has the cause already been lost?


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Great continuation from the previous series.

A great continuation from the previous series bringing back the characters we have seen develop from simple school kids and agents. Set seven years after the end of the last series, the world is once again headed down a dark path faited to repeat previous mistakes with only our team of hero's to stand in the way of the bad guys. If your new to the series think die hard mixed with sci-fi.
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- Chris

Ruined by changing the narrator

For some unknown reason they changed the narrator from Macleod Andrews who was able to do amazing voice acting for all the characters as well as tell a good story. The new narrator pauses on random words and sometimes seems to get mixed up if he should be doing a character voice or his own narration voice. I don't want to hit in the new new guy to much, it's more the publishers fault. It's like watching a TV series and on season 4 you find that they have changed all the actors and not only that they are all amateurs. I honestly don't normally rant but this may seems such a shame for what was a great audio book series. The story is still pretty good if you can get past the all that.
Edit: I would like to point out that it looks like the narrator was changed back to Macleod Andrews for the remainder of the series.
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- Mark

Book Details

  • Release Date: 29-03-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio