The Forgotten Empire: The Battle for Earth, Book Three Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The Confederation has decided that Earth represents a significant danger to their future plans of Empire. A massive fleet is dispatched to destroy the Solar System and every Human on its planets, moons, and asteroids. If the Solar System falls, the fledging Human Empire will have no chance of survival.
Admiral Reynolds is tasked with defending the Solar System and preserving as many Human lives as possible. He knows he faces a nearly impossible task as he does not have the ships needed to stop the coming attack.
In the fledging Human Empire, High Princess Layla Starguard lays the groundwork for the future Empire. Every day the Confederation is seizing more Human worlds. It’s a race against time. Can the core worlds begin producing warships before the Confederation takes over all the Human worlds? Admiral Cleemorl and Admiral Masters are determined to do everything in their power to give the core worlds the time they need. Desperate battles break out across the Empire as the two admirals try to hold the Confederation at bay.
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 45 minutes|
|Author||Raymond L. Weil|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 25, 2020|
|Publisher||Raymond L. Weil Publications LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #181,464 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#2,014 in Military Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,878 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#12,090 in Military Science Fiction (Books)
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I am more emotionally involved in these characters than I usually am, and I detest these enemies more than any villains in a story than I can remember.
There is something familiar about the cost the captive humans are expected to bear, and the remorseless manner in which punishment is meted out for failing to produce.
The radio silence of the enforcers. The very best fiction has grains of truth.
I’m glad that the plot hole about how humans arose independently on Earth is being acknowledged. The Battle in the Solar System was a white knuckle roller coaster of a read. Cut out the princess tedium and this would have been a kick ass read in one sitting Novella.
Just a tip for the Humans, suiciding large war vessels is a very effective attack strategy, maybe mock up a few asteroids with an ai pilot and large engines and just ram stuff. (don’t want it to be like the rebels in Star Wars who had to wait till the sequels to learn that driving into stuff at light speed is way better than using 100s of little ships with space lasers :-) )
Battleships and other combat equipment can be replaced.
What about the people who did not survive?
Can they afford to lose those warriors?
And the attack on the Confederation, necessary, but also extremely costly as well.
Will humans be able to withstand what will come against them now?
Top reviews from other countries
Space battles etc. are good and give the book 5*.