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Storm World

Undying Mercenaries, Book 10
Narrated by: Mark Boyett
Length: 16 hrs and 6 mins
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Publisher's Summary

James McGill is sent to the Core Worlds!  

In an unprecedented first, Earth sends a message to Mogwa Prime. Unfortunately, the messenger is not met with enthusiasm. Misunderstandings soon threaten all of Humanity. Forced to prove Earth can serve the Empire better than any rival, McGill does his best.   

Eager to prove our worth to the Galactics, the frontier war between Rigel and Earth is expanded to Storm World. Circled by six moons, the planet is ravaged by wild storms and tides. Battles are fought in raging hurricanes, and death stalks the soldiers on both sides.   

McGill grimly fights and dies in the mud until the job gets done, but will it be enough to satisfy the angry Mogwa?

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  • Andre L. Gray
  • 14-01-2019

THIS SERIES NEEDS TO MOVE FORWARD!

B. V. Larson is an awesome Sci-Fi writer and I love this series. But the story has not moved forward and is becoming stale and repeating itself! Please tell us more about the Galatics and the civil war that's going on! What's the big deal with it? James McGill seems to be fighting for nothing at this point in the series. He cracks me up but his story is still the same.
It's time to add some twists and turns!

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  • J. Gordon
  • 10-01-2019

James McGill!

I listen to a lot of audio books, many good, some great, a few meh. It's actually embarrassing how much I listen. It's to the point where I wish Audible would remove the stats on lifetime listening totals. Anyway...No matter what though, I have come to love the adventures of James McGill above all others. When a new book becomes available for pre-order I am thrilled. I would spend my last $10 on a new "World" story. James McGill - the REAL Most Interesting Man in the World (still pretend of course).

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  • Eric
  • 10-01-2019

love

loved the book, spot on for the previous in the series. keep them coming! I listen to every word!

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  • Alsor2000
  • 10-01-2019

Loved the book, love the series

When I saw book 10 of the Undying Mercenaries series was up for pre-order, my credit was spent instantaneously.
I downloaded my book copy just after midnight on the release date and started listening right away. I wasn't disappointed.

This is another home run, "just one more chapter", edge of your seat James McGill adventure. Larson also continues the fine character development of the last few books as the usually playboy McGill may be finally growing up and seems to be getting closer in his one real relationship. This relationship is a real highlight of the series for me since it feels realistic and has developed so naturally. Another author might take the quasi-cartoon villain of the first few books, and keep her that way, never really moving anything forward. Instead, Larson fleshes her out He doesn't proceed along the cartoon-villian route, and but over the course of these 10 books makes her the most interesting character outside of the MC himself.

I can't wait for the next one!

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  • Stanford K Eastman
  • 10-01-2019

Another blast off with McGil

Really enjoyed the Undying Mercenaries series. This was another very fun book. And I look forward to the next one! Wish they were longer.

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  • jason kirby
  • 15-01-2019

I love Mcgill

Mark Boyett is the best narrator I've listened to by far. The undying mercenary series is the best BV Larson writes. Hope they keep coming.

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  • Garrett
  • 15-01-2019

What a great book!! MUST LISTEN!

Ready to get your fix again? This book had everything and more. BV Larson is as entertaining as ever and compares to some of his other more recent things sounds like he’s back on his game for an entertaining and thrilling book.

Really ties together the old small details of previous books into an epic adventure. You will enjoy this!

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  • tekone
  • 16-01-2019

A great continuation

I was hoping he would make Primus by this book but hopefully there are more in the series to come!

I like where the story is going between him and Turov as well.

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  • Ted B.
  • 16-01-2019

Next please!!

Another great story!! New aliens, new world, same James. So of course, shit gets deeper!!

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  • C. Barber
  • 16-01-2019

better with every book

This series has been great from the start, but it gets better with every book. After 180 or so scifi books on audible, I can say without a doubt this series is my absolute favorite. I would preorder the next 10 books right now if I could.

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  • GHJ
  • 11-01-2019

Series review

I gave up Sci-Fi for a very long time, but was brought up on series like the Stainless Steel Rat and Robert Heinlein so I thought I'd dip back in as crime novels have become so dreary and generally dead-ended.

I am really glad I did in this case. I went through the whole of this series in a couple of weeks because I enjoyed them so much, there is a blend of elements of action and intrigue although as some reviewers have pointed out, there are all sorts of sometimes quite significant holes in the core plot lines. In this case the narration is so good that he smooths out a lot of the wrinkles just by the performance, with only some minor fails with certain accents, etc. I am really glad that they've kept the same narrator - as given the style, changes would have grated. Some attention to basic plot detail would be useful (like what I am sure were inexplicable changes in shoe sizes). The worst thing about listening to all 10 "On the spin" has been the way that negatively highlighted great swathes of repetition. I know that some of that is needed in each book to allow new readers (out of series order) to pick up on certain key principles, but a lot of it is padding pure and simple. As I write this it sounds much more negative than I'd want, but the fact that I went through them so quickly and in sequence tells you how much I enjoyed them and how willing I was to suspend disbelief. I'd prefer less of the growing use of swear words, but that's just because I'm really fed up with that in general.

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