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- Dimension Space, Book Two
- By: Dean M. Cole
- Narrated by: R.C. Bray, Julia Whelan
- Length: 9 hrs and 47 mins
Following the incredible events of Solitude, Vaughn had visions of plying the seven seas with Angela at his side. Then she and fate crapped all over his plans. Bent on discovering the truth about what happened to humanity and the rest of the world's life, Angela drags a less-than-willing Vaughn across the Mediterranean and into central Europe. However, even the overhead presence of a line of levitating steel structures and ships couldn't prepare them for what lied ahead. The size and scale of what they find in Geneva rocks them to their cores.
Hard to Follow
- By Rohan on 12-01-2021
Good, but at times a little annoying.
An interesting plot with some excellent narration makes for an enjoyable listen, but not with its annoyances. The writer keeps adding delays at key reveal points in an attempt to add suspense, but all it really adds is frustration. The two main characters, a scientist and a test pilot one would assume to be intelligent, yet when they finally reach their “eureka” moment, the average reader would have deduced the same thing three chapters earlier!
Homefront: An Expeditionary Force Audio Drama Special
- Expeditionary Force, Book 7.5
- By: Craig Alanson
- Narrated by: Zachary Quinto, R.C. Bray, Kate Mulgrew, and others
- Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins
- Original Recording
After the latest mission of the starship Flying Dutchman, Earth is safe not just for a year, but for hundreds of years. The ship’s weary crew wonders what they will do with their lives in peacetime, but the enemy has other plans, and there is danger on the Homefront. Starring Zachary Quinto, R.C. Bray, Kate Mulgrew, Robert Picardo, and everyone's favorite AI, Skippy the Magnificent, alongside a full cast. Includes plenty of pew-pew-pew, original sound composition, and maybe some singing by R.C. Bray.
Music tunes + sound effects
- By Brett D. on 24-06-2019
Spoilt by sound editor
The sound editor needs to be hit up the side of a head with a fish!
Story was OK. Some of the narrators were great. R.C. Bray was brilliant as usual. However some were badly miscast, Sergeant Adams being the most obvious. All this is unfortunately pales into insignificance compared to the absolutely horrible sound editing. Far too much, far too loud and goes on for far too long at times.