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Earth Honor

Earthrise, Book 8
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins
5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)
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We call them the grays. For years, they lurked in shadows. For years, they struck from the dark. Kidnapping us. Torturing us. Studying us.

Now they unleash their full fury.

Thousands of their saucers attack Earth. Our armies crumble. Earth burns.

Yet from the fire, heroes rise. Marco Emery. Addy Linden. Einav Ben-Ari. Names everyone on Earth knows. The names of legends. Names now whispered as a prayer.

Around the heroes, humanity will rally. Under their leadership, we will fight. Together we can win.

The grays think us weak. But we will stand strong!

©2017 Daniel Arenson (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Carla
  • 26-01-2018

Deep being and lots of whining

Crap, a filler book with too much whining and talk about inner peace and crap

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  • G. Bogiatzidis
  • 09-03-2018

Brings the print version to life

I previously read this series and I have found the Audible version riveting. Thoroughly enjoyed this story.

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  • J. Young
  • 19-09-2018

I want to like it!

I don't know, I really want to like this series, but I think there is such a thing as too much character development. 90% of this book has nothing to do with the war with the Gray's. It is about the main characters off on there own journeys. I realize that it is probably setting up for the next book, but it is still frustrating. I think what frustrates me is that this series doesn't need to be 9 books. If the author did it in 4 or 5 longer books, rather than 9 shorter, then I don't think I would be as upset about it. It just feels like I should not have to use 9 credits for this series. The way book 8 ends is, in my opinion, terrible. The story should have just continued instead of ending. That being said, it isn't just this author who stretches these series out more than they should be. It is becoming more and more common, unfortunately!

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  • Ashman
  • 30-01-2018

there series is going downhill

I enjoyed the first few books in the series, but this book and the last one have started falling off as far as the story goes. there are still some interesting pieces but the character Addie was way over done and a majority of the story felt like time filler.

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  • tekone
  • 29-12-2017

Two released at the same time

I reviewed the later one first, but as always I enjoy this series and hope it lives on again.