They knew the day would come - the day when Earth itself would come under direct attack by the Craing. After destroying much of Jhardon and the Mau planet of Carz-Mau, an elite Vanguard fleet of seven Craing dreadnaughts, planet killers, enters Earth's orbit.
Captain Jason Reynolds and the crew aboard his Caldurian ship, The Lilly, are once again pulled into action to fend off what just might be their most ruthless and powerful adversary yet. In an unanticipated turn of events, thousands of molt weevils are unleashed on Earth, swarming insectoid aliens with one intent... kill every man, woman, and child on the surface of the planet. Nan and Mollie must utilize their own cunning and resourcefulness to stay alive long enough to be rescued.
©2014 Mark Wayne McGinnis (P)2014 Mark Wayne McGinnis
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"I loved it, I love all "white hat" ADVENTURES."
hard science fiction makes the best, to learn as I read.
the whole novel cut into 7 pieces is a tour through novel philosophies. These six books of," junkyard ship" have been a great ride, andone to go.
Audio books can be great stories but a narrator can make them come alive. L.J. Gander does a fabulous job on this series.
"Be forewarned !"
Not recommended for the listener who can't keep up w/ the action. Not recommended for the listener who wants negotiation, soul searching, and humanitarian resolutions. Especially not recommended for listeners who react badly to LARGE bugs, blood, guts, AND slime, and unorthodox eating habits of the enemy. Because this book comes to life with L J Ganser and covers this and more! I do recommend this book to General Hospital addicts because Captain Jason's love life far surpasses GH. I do recommend fasten your seat belts to all those that like a fast paced, original Sci Fi listen.
hope book 7 doesn't leave the story hanging like the other books did to keep you waiting for the story to continue.
"half a book"
Come on, if I knew I would only be listening to half a story arc I wouldn't have bought the book. Sure, it's a series, but it should at least conclude the conflicts/crises introduced in the beginning of the book!
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