The Planetsider Trilogy: A Post Apocalyptic Science Fiction Boxed Set Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Science fiction with a dystopian, post-apocalyptic twist, listen to the complete Planetsider Trilogy as a single boxed set.
No.1 Best Seller in Space Opera Science Fiction
From book 1:
Ethan is a ranger, sworn to protect his walled settlement from the dangers of his ravaged wasteland planet. One night, a mysterious light thunders overhead and Ethan investigates, discovering a crashed spacecraft and two soldiers from a moon base he didn’t even know existed. Captain Salus and Commander Kurren have risked everything to find a Planetsider to help save their people. Ethan needs them to answer questions that have haunted him all his life – what happened to his world and why?
Seduced by the prospect of learning the truth, Ethan agrees to help Captain Salus and Commander Kurren. Disobeying the orders of his council, he travels to the UEC outpost on the moon. There Ethan gets his answers, but the truth only leads to more questions and more doubts.
To make matters worse, Kurren and Salus are not the only ones looking for a Planetsider. An enemy faction, trapped on an orbital space station, will stop at nothing to capture Ethan, and prevent him from helping the UEC. With time running out to save the moon base, Ethan agrees to embark on a dangerous mission to recover vital technology set adrift in a radiation field that only a Planetsider can survive.
But his ship is intercepted by the rival faction and Ethan is taken to the space station. There he meets the faction’s leader, who turns his life upside down and inside out. Everything he thought he knew was a lie.
Plucked from a life of ignorance and obscurity, Ethan is thrust into the center of a war that has raged for over a century – a war that created the world he grew up in. Yet fate has a cruel sense of irony, because now the survival of two entire civilizations rests in the hands of a solitary Planetsider.
An edge-of-your-seat blend of Mil-SF action & classic apocalyptic science fiction. Perfect for fans of space opera and classic apocalyptic sci-fi.
Finalist in the Independent Audiobook Awards 2020 (Apocalyptica).
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|Listening Length||32 hours and 16 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 18, 2020|
|Publisher||Ogden Media Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #32,785 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#564 in Military Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#566 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#796 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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Antagonist is horrible terrible man, and protagonists are wise, kind, brilliant, women.
Leaders are all women except for the antagonist. Women are the best fighters, even better than men, and order around all the emasculated beta males.
Either the author just admired strong women or he has bought into the woke movement; where all men take their wive’s last names and drink soy lattes.
Strong women are great, but they cannot physically beat up men. That only happens in movies. If you believe otherwise you are suffering from delusions of adequacy, and it ruins a good book.
Top reviews from other countries
I read to escape reality and to enjoy a bit of fun where you can cheer along the goodies as they win through. In this series, the first book at least, as I didn't get to the second and third ones, too many things were going wrong one after another. I was struggling, trying to keep going and realised that I was more reading to get through it than because I was enjoying it... so I gave up and DNF'ed it.
Much of the writing was quite good but there was too little that was uplifting and happy for me to take it further. If you prefer to be miserable, you may well think differently to me.
The answer is to bring it to the brink of extinction.
That’s the future that faces Ethan, Summer and the inhabitants planetside. However the people of the UEC have other plans.
The UEC and GPS are still at war over a hundred years after the Fall that almost wiped out the planetsiders.
You know that you are reading a good book when you want to get to the end to find out what happens but you also dread reaching the end as you will feel lost without it to read. This is one such story.
I found that tissues were needed for the last chapter so be prepared.
*Dare I say, “happy ending”? Well I have; so bang goes my chance of this re view being published. Thanks for your time and effort Mr. G.