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Hell Divers VI: Allegiance

Narrateur(s): R. C. Bray
Durée: 11 h et 16 min
Catégories: Littérature, Horreur
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The New York Times and USA Today best-selling series.

The war for the Metal Islands is over, but the search for survivors has just begun.

After a long and bloody battle, legendary Hell Diver Xavier Rodriguez reigns as the dutiful but reluctant new king of the islands. Advised by a council of former sky citizens as well as Cazadores, he works to assimilate the two societies peacefully. But not all Cazadores have accepted the new order. 

While X tries to ease tensions at home, a rookie team of divers, led by Michael Everhart, returns to the skies in Discovery, formerly the ITC Deliverance. Their mission: To locate other human survivors throughout the world and rescue them. But Michael’s team aren’t the only ones searching for survivors. A gruesome discovery reveals that android defectors continue to hunt humans across the globe. And they may not be the only ones. 

In a race against time, the Hell Divers may be the only obstacle to enemies bent on wiping out the final pockets of survivors and extinguishing the human genome forever.

©2019 Nicholas Sansbury Smith (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing

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  • Jesse
  • 2019-11-06

Allegiance

Another action packed story that not only blows you away, but leaves you wanting more. Fast passed and set in a world where no one is safe, this book grabs from the first sentence and only lets go with the final word. Very few series are all perfect 10s but Hell Divers is certainly of the select few.

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  • Lisa L
  • 2019-11-06

Great addition to the series!

Love this series and this book just opened a whole new adventure. X, the Immortal is now King X, a role he never wanted but is determined to do to the best he can. It’s not an easy role trying to join two group who so recently were enemies fighting and killing each other. There’s a civil war brewing and X has to keep it at bay., because there are even more new threats in the horizon.

Threats both machine and man and the only chance Humanity has is to bind together and face it together, but how does X make that happen when so many are focused on revenge and willing to cut off their noses to spite the face?

I have no idea how, but I’m sure Nicholas Sansbury Smith does, so I’m just gonna trust him. The death toll is high in this book and the enemies numerous, but understandably so. It’s sadly a true commentary of how man vs man is so destructive to humanity as a whole. Amazing story and journey.

RC Bray does and amazing job narrating once again.

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  • Ripcord
  • 2019-11-05

My favorite story in this series!

The world building in Hell Divers 6 is off-the-charts. Full of intrigue, subterfuge and betrayal. Post-apocalyptic earth is an even scarier place than the “sky people” realized. X is trying to make the best decisions possible to maintain the fragile peace between the two cultures and hell is breaking loose on a variety of fronts. Hell Divers has always been an action-packed series, but Allegiance takes that to a whole new level. I’m really looking forward to the next book.

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  • N.W.Wisniewski
  • 2019-11-05

More please

Another homerun from Smith. This whole series has been a surprise to me from the first book. I love love it. I was hesitant going into this as I was not a big sci fi fan but Smith won me over. I love how he wrapped the story of our favorite characters. I highly recommended this series to any sci fi, dystopian, post apoc or action book lovers.

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  • David
  • 2019-11-07

very good

I feel that the time goes by to fast and then I can hardly wait for the next installment. These books are dam good.

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  • Heather W.
  • 2019-11-07

Match made in heaven!!!!

Nicholas Sansbury Smith was born to write this series and R. C. Bray was born to give it it's voice. I've never heard a narrator more evenly matched to a series!!

Of course the story itself is absolutely fantastic. We already knew that from the first 5 books. But getting to hear it from Bray took it to another level. I had goosebumps chapter after chapter.

Thank you both for doing what you do!! But extra, extra thanks to Nick for writing such incredible stories and for being such a down to earth and supportive author!!

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  • Scott Smith
  • 2019-11-07

This Hell Divers may just be the best yet!

When I finished Nicholas Sansbury Smith's Hell Divers V I was sad thinking that was the end of one of my favorite series. Then
shortly after, I heard that there would be a Hell Divers VI. No way could it be as good as V, but I was so wrong. VI takes Hell Divers to a new place and Hell Divers VI: Allegiance is the best yet. This is well written with so many twists. Do you like action, well there is plenty?
Even more, the characters come off the page and you find yourself caring just what will happen next. If you have read the other 5, get 6 now! if you haven't listened to any of the Hell Diver series, you have a wonderful ride ahead of you

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  • d legge
  • 2019-11-07

HOLY MOLEY WHAT A RIDE

this book is one of the best in the series. There is sorrow, happy moments, and a cliff hanger ending. Just what we expect from an NSS book. This book has it all! RC bray is Fantastic.!! If your are an NSS fan this is a must have!!

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  • ben holt
  • 2019-11-12

Energizer Bunny of series

So usually after 6 books deep in a series ya kind of get bored or tired of the same old yada yada. Hell Divers is different. This series has evolved into a work of art and has left me wanting more, so much more...each book gets better. So humanity survives. RCB nailed it per usual, excellent all the way around.

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  • Brian
  • 2019-11-11

Wow! Just Wow!

If somehow you’ve been sleeping on Nicholas Sansbury Smith. May I ask you what the hell is wrong with you? Also, to quote one of my favorite movies… “Hello? McFly!?” But, in all seriousness, Allegiance is the 6th book in the Hell Divers series and I believe at least the 10th (or more) book of his I’ve read. In every series Smith is able to bring such great action without sacrificing the realism (of science fiction) or the emotion.

Allegiance is a test of just that for X and the Sky People. A test of allegiance. They are formed together with the Cazadores after the thrilling finale of Hell Divers 5. They are now trying to protect the metal islands while also looking for other survivors. There are still rogue elements out there trying to kill them, but thankfully they don’t know where X and team are. The mutated animals and plants on land and in the sea and their ever present danger are still there. But that’s not the only thing hunting the survivors.

As I stated above, Smith is able to write stories that feel real and have that extra emotion that a lot of Post-Apocalyptic stories are missing. Sure, there’s still a lot of war, fighting, and overall action. But the conversations with their partners, the ever present danger of all humans, and the mortality of our companions is extremely well written out without feeling too gushy. Smith is able to write about these things to remind the reader that these characters are still human. They still care. They still feel. They may have been through absolute hell and back (literally) but they are more than just unthinking unfeeling killing machines.

So, to write more about this book without spoiling it is pretty hard. Just know that you’re in for incredible scenes (and well written out new lands – like the one on the cover). You’re also in for X and others making the tough decisions. Making the decision to damn one group of people while saving another. It’s a real book and one that has left me feeling a bit raw. I say all of this with a smile on my face though. The Hell Divers series has a special place in my heart and it’s rare that six books in an author can not only write exactly what you were hoping but also still surprise you. It’s also rare to have a series that is six books deep and still have as much left to give as this one. There’s a big Earth and things, especially dangerous things, are good at hiding in the shadows until you least expect them.

Back to a more blurb-worthy review – Hell Divers VI: Allegiance might be Smith’s best work yet. Combine that with R.C. Bray’s narration and you have one of the best books I’ve read in 2019. (Meaning that I probably read 2 of my top 3 books back to back this year).

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