After an Earth-scarring apocalyptic battle, the meta-humans have turned back a massive invasion of super-science powered Nazi war machines - and have at least driven whoever is in ultimate control of them to pause and regroup. Now meta-hero organizations Echo and sometime Russian ally CCCP must go on the offense and battle back. Task one: to hunt down the secret puppet masters behind the Nazi robot invasion, the Thule Society. To do so, the heroes of Echo, led by Bulwark and Red Djinni, face the guardians of a hidden trove of Nazi armor. Meanwhile, a sadistic genius super villain arises who is determined to defeat both heroes and Thulians alike - a villain who just may have the wealth and cunning to pull it off. It’s “go time” once again for the meta-heroes, including fire-bender John Murdock, techno-witch Vicki Nagy, healer Belladona Blue, super-quick Mercurye, chameleon Red Djinni - and for their ghostly ally, The Seraphym. Somehow, they must unite in the fight against the evil and slavery that is fast descending upon the entire universe!
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By Amazon Customer on 18-10-12
Would you consider the audio edition of World Divided to be better than the print version?
Have not read the print version...
What other book might you compare World Divided to and why?
Hard to compare it considering how it is constructed, but I loved it.
Have you listened to any of Nick Sullivan’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
The first book in the series, he is consistent and does a GREAT job.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Very heroic feeling, joy, sadness and every button in between.
Any additional comments?
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes comic's and super heros, this was amazing, well done, and well thought out.
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By ga.sue on 07-04-12
I truly enjoyed this book; it’s so well written that I really don’t know what’s going to happen next. The battle action & violence does pick up as the Thulians and other foes push their own agendas. Plus it catches up on old friends & foes, as well as introduces new characters.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful