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From the best-selling author, Bobby Andrews, comes a thrilling new tale of a post-apocalyptic world. ISIS has unleashed a weaponized version of the deadly Ebola virus, killing 97% of the world's population. Only the immune and those who hunkered down in remote locations remain.

Through the chaos strides a giant of a man known only as Stryker. He is a former Force Recon Marine, who has lost as much as anyone, but fights to preserve his honor and creed in the face of slave traders and rogue military elements who prey on the innocent. Together with his former drill instructor, Sarge, they struggle to eliminate the remaining evil elements in society, even as the nation's infrastructure crumbles and life becomes considerably more difficult. Together, they care for three young women who survived the plague and attempt to give them lives that are as normal as possible under the circumstances.

Follow along as they travel through a world gone mad, determined to defend the weak and innocent against long odds.

©2016 Eric Sletten (P)2017 Eric Sletten

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  • phillip
  • 01-05-2017

almost couldn't listen to it.

Why did you change the narrator? Ruined the story. The first book was awesome and I was so excited for the second one to come out. Never change the narrator in the middle of the story!

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  • JEFF
  • 30-05-2017

Don't change narrator in middle of series!

What disappointed you about Invasion?

Love the story but the narrator is horrible in comparison to Kevin Pierce.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Nathan Glondys?

Kevin Pierce

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  • Kathleen E. Freeman
  • 18-05-2017

Story good Performance Horrible

The story line was good but it could have been better if Kevin Pierce wasReading

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  • Snoopyslove
  • 27-04-2017

why switch narrators???

i loved the first book, not saying this narrators is bad.. just the first one was really good and grrw to hear and see with that narrator. also this stort line is not as good. I love strong female characters .. and these drove me crazy

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  • John
  • 20-06-2017

What a horrible voice for a narrator

Book 1 was excellent….. But I could not get past first 10 min of Book 2. Nathan Glondys should not be narrating Audiobooks… HIS VOICE SOUNDS LIKE A BAD COMPUTER GENERATED VOICE…

Returned all books

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  • RJ
  • 08-05-2017

Stryker and crew take on ISIS.

The terrorist induced plague which decimated 97% of the world’s population has finally burned itself out. The remaining survivors are immune, wander the countryside gathering supplies, and encounter those who would still rather fight than join ranks. Stryker and Sarge with their female charges consider making their way to the east coast of the country in search of new digs near the ocean. What they find when they reach Corpus Christi on the Texas coast is ISIS troops unloading from cargo ships. It was too late to do anything about the situation now. Sarge was sent to get supplies and explosives and they would meet at an overpass ISIS would have to cross down the road. They came upon another Force Recon survivor, Blane Edwards who was looking for Stryker. An ambush was set and they waited for their prey to show up. Feeling that their job wasn’t completely successful they managed to enlist the help of a Navy fleet off the California coast. Once that was completed Edwards and El headed to Portland to look for Edwards’s family. Stryker, Erin and Hailey started on their journey to San Diego to a safer, more moderate place. This is an excellent story, well-written with well-developed, likable characters.

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  • Kasey
  • 09-07-2017

Don't bother!

The narrator is terrible. And the book seems like it was written by a completely different Author.
NEVER CHANGE THE NARRATOR IN A SERIES!
I will definitely check each book in a series for this in the future.

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  • Jason
  • 06-06-2017

Narratio for book 1 was great. Book 2, not so much

Would you consider the audio edition of Invasion to be better than the print version?

No opinion

What other book might you compare Invasion to and why?

none come to mind

How could the performance have been better?

This guy should be reading for the silent movies.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

no. the narration was awful.

Any additional comments?

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  • Veronika Jobe
  • 20-05-2017

Like the story, not the narrator

I enjoyed the first book, disappointed they didn't or weren't able to keep the same narrator for the second.

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  • Tuvalu Faust Allnutt
  • 22-06-2018

Oh Nathan Glondys. Don't quit your day job.

I tried so hard to imagine I was listening to Ben Shapiro reading this book... the halting, the speeding, but frankly? At times this guy is just messes up words. The accents were bad - but the fact that he uses the same voice for so many people - it became difficult to follow the dialog - especially Sarge and Stryker.
Yes - this genre can be predicable. That is kind of the point. I love survivalist books and Bobby Andrews did a great job of including technical detail without becoming obnoxious. The relationships between characters was perfected fine. The characters are not incredibly developed - with the exception of Stryker and sometimes? That's not a bad thing! I enjoy these kinds of books while I'm doing farm chores and whatnot.
Maybe Kevin Pierce is needing to prioritize narrating just the cream of the crop.
But surely someone had to be better than this Nathan Glondys.
My one issue with the actual story is the musky southern romance attempt. If I was looking for that - I'd just re read True Blood.
I wont be listening to anymore of the series - because of the narrator - so i will never know if the story gets better.