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Good, not as captivating as 2033

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Reviewed: 21-08-2020

Great book, I just wasn't gripped as much by these characters as I was in 2033. It was a bit harder to follow and less 'spooky', where people transited from station to station much easier than they could've in 2033. overall great edition to the trilogy

Great book

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Reviewed: 01-08-2019

Loved every second. The concept is interesting and kept me questioning my own reality. At the start it felt like i gained insight to a young Skippy from expeditionary force. But grew into an awesome story of it's own. Finished it in 2 days and have got to buy the others in the series.

Answers to some questions finally!

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Reviewed: 22-01-2019

as the title reads, and they got the order right with the numbers and audible adaptation

First half great second half a little confusing

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Reviewed: 07-01-2019

As the title says, I really enjoyed the first half but got a little lost in the timeline with the second half

Better then expected

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Reviewed: 16-12-2018

I got this book because I couldnt wait for more of expiditionary force to come out. I read a fair amount of reviews compare this to an army/military story with a sci fi twist. I disagree, I think it is a great sci fi space adventure with heaps of action. The first couple chapters were a bit slow but I enjoyed the story once it started progressing.

Good but short

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Reviewed: 06-06-2018

It was a great listen, it covered some main norse stories which was very satisfying to listen to and link to something like the show vikings. Only problem was that it was short and for the price i couldve gotten something substantially longer. Still it was well written and easy to follow.

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Trusting the awesomeness

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Reviewed: 13-05-2018

the book was good. a fair amount happened and some real good scenes really felt involved and immersed .

Good as always

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Reviewed: 29-04-2018

Another great addition to the series. The only problem and so many others agree, is the length. Other then that I enjoyed it as it was told from a couple of groups perspectives rather then Joe and skippy. It was a nice new approach to 'fill in the gaps' of the previous couple titles.

Trust the awesomeness!

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Reviewed: 24-04-2018

Great addition to the series. I had only one issue with this, and that was when the reader said the chapter, it wasnt correct. The chapter spoken was one behind the one shown. Other then this it was a great book and felt like it actually got things done

Simply captivating

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Reviewed: 14-03-2018

Very well written book and the performance was superb. Found myself setting time aside to just stop and listen; and thoroughly enjoyed every second