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War Cry

Narrated by: Jonathan Todd Ross
Length: 2 hrs and 26 mins
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Will you join or will you die? The third option includes monsters. 

The war has been going on since long before I was born. 

Teado is a Changer, a shape-shifting military asset trained to win wars. His platoon has been stationed in the Bavares high plains for years, stranded. As they ration supplies and scan the airwaves for news, any news, their numbers dwindle. He's not sure how much time they have left. 

Desperate and starving, armed with aging, faulty equipment, the team jumps at the chance for a risky resupply mission, even if it means not all of them might come back. What they discover could change the course of the war.

©2018 Brian McClellan (P)2018 Recorded Books

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-12-2018

short and sweet

great narration for an entertaining story. I hope we get more story lines in this new world

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  • Daniel
  • 30-08-2018

Fantastic Sorry Sorry, Left Hungry for More

As always, incredible storytelling and world building. I wish it was a full novel instead of a short story. phenomenal production, as well.

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  • paul sparks
  • 09-09-2018

Mediocre at best

I have read some of the authors previous books and had high hopes for this book, sadly I was let down by a book that really couldn’t decide what it wanted to tell, cliched and meandering with no real story telling I feel like the author just sat down and thought oh well I had better write something