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Glass World

Undying Mercenaries Series, Book 13
Auteur(s): B. V. Larson
Narrateur(s): Mark Boyett
Série: Undying Mercenaries, Livre 13
Durée: 12 h et 7 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (35 évaluations)

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The Galactics arrived with their Battle Fleet in 2052. Rather than being exterminated under a barrage of hell-burners, Earth joined a vast Empire that spanned the Milky Way.   

More than a century has passed since the glorious day of Earth’s annexation. Struggling to hold on to a handful of planets in the frontier provinces, humanity is at war with Rigel. After the destruction of both our fleet and theirs, a time of quiet rebuilding has begun.   

James McGill was hoping for a peaceful break in the conflict, but an opportunity to gain a significant technological edge arises. He’s summoned to Central and sent off to the stars, searching for a strange planet dotted with crystalline formations. There, the vicious apex predators from Rigel manufacture their impenetrable body armor.   

McGill is sent to the new planet first as an agent, then at the forefront of Legion Varus. He must face death, evil aliens, and his own untrustworthy government. Find out who lives and who gets permed in Glass World, book 13 of the Undying Mercenaries series.   

With over three million copies sold, USA Today best-selling author B. V. Larson is the king of modern military science fiction.

©2020 Iron Tower Press (P)2020 Iron Tower Press

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best one yet, they broke the rut

They broke the rat from 2 books ago. James McGill is a great and familiar character and I'm glad they continued on and kept my interests looking forward to the next book

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  • Rachel
  • 2020-03-05

Outstanding addition to the series!!!

I really enjoy this series and hope it keeps going. It's like a TV series but in book form. For me each book is like an episode. The formula works and is predictable which is a good thing for me. There are no cliffhangers in this series. The problem gets solved by the end and McGill saves the day. Just a purely fun series that I can't get enough of. Wondering what world is next!!!

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    3 out of 5 stars
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  • AGreviewer
  • 2020-03-20

BV Larson has never met an actual human woman

I’m pretty sure BV Larson has never met an actual human woman but he insists on trying to write female characters. I stay with this series because it comes out when I’ve got nothing else to listen to.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-03-09

Great series

Awesome world building. And as much of a womanizer and liar old James McGill is, he's also brave and strangely principled, so I haven't tired of his continuing adventures. Love the narrator!

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  • Clayton
  • 2020-03-31

this series is getting old

I've really enjoyed the Undying Mercenaries series, but this book didn't have the action or humor or cleverness of its predecessors

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  • Chani
  • 2020-04-23

You read one of these books, you've read them all

First, the overt sexism in these books is exhausting. the author obviously is partaking in a bit of wish fulfillment. mcGill's treatment of women is horrifying, and the authors writing of women is shallow and obviously his wet dream. and to top it off, the line, "flirting is a promise of future sex" had me wanting to throw my phone against the wall.

Second, The use of unacceptable words such as "retard", show a small mind not capable of compassion. and poor writing.

Third, the writing is stale. The same villains keep showing up, over and over again, doing the same thing. It is really showing a stunning lack imagination on the writer's part. Nobody grows, nobody changes, nobody learns a damned thing. Graves and Drusis are supposed to be wise, good leaders, but the allow themselves to be manipulated by stupid, greedy people who perform poorly, over and over again. And the obvious solutions are missed by everyone, but McGill. And then McGill gives these people passes because he wants to screw them. Sloppy writing indeed.

This is the last book in this series I will read. and I only got this far because they either were free or a $1.99.

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  • Blev
  • 2020-03-18

Please keep them coming

I just can’t get enough of ol’ James McGill. This character has what all man wish they have at one time or another. Granted he is entirely fictional. Boyett truly can narrate a mean sci-fi!

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  • Wolf Steel
  • 2020-03-17

Won't ever get tired of this series

I don't know what it is but McGill is hands down my favorite character of all time. The stories aren't the best in the world, but they are told in what I consider remarkably well written. This will be the 7th time I've listened to the entire series and I'll never get bored of the books.

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  • Paul Zuman
  • 2020-03-16

more!

I hope more and more books keep coming! this series is great and doesn't seem to disappoint.

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  • Ryan and Kylie
  • 2020-03-14

Love the series, but this one started to lose me.

With the exception of two details, I loved this book just as much as the past 12. But Winslade returned for the sole purpose of central finding out how he defected in book 12... but somehow he ends up in command and with overruling authority/access - this was to much of an oversight not to be addressed in this book, for me. The other part that bugged me, was McGill was pursuing Abigail... up until now McGill has always had a sense of conscience. But essentially looking to screw one of his arch enemies, in the female form, also didn't make sense to me. But like I said other than these two things the book was great as was all the others

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  • fisk
  • 2020-05-03

Tired

I like the author and the main premise of the book but there needs to be some up side even if it’s just for a change 13 books now and it’s the same McGill saves the day and gets punished for it over and over again it get frustrating when I finish 13 if it’s still the same I’m done.

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