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Aliens vs. Predators: Ultimate Prey

Written by: Jonathan Maberry, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, various authors
Narrated by: Bradford Hastings, Nicol Zanzarella, Stephanie Weeks, Feodor Chin, Timothy Andrés Pabon, Soneela Nankani, Chelsea Stephens, Hillary Huber, Erica Sullivan, Sura Siu, Shiromi Arserio
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The first anthology of original short stories featuring the confluence of two iconic properties, as the Predators seek the ultimate prey: the Xenomorphs from Alien

The ultimate hunters, the Predators, are pitted against their ultimate prey, the Xenomorphs, with humans caught in the middle! Taking place on Earth and in distant space, these tales have been crafted by a who’s who of today’s most talented authors of the fantastic:

David Barnett • Roshni “Rush” Bhatia • Curtis C. Chen • Delilah S. Dawson • Mira Grant • Susanne L. Lambdin • Jess Landry • Yvonne Navarro • E. C. Myers • Scott Sigler • Maurice Broaddus • Chris Ryall •
Bryan Thomas Schmidt • Steven L. Sears • Jonathan Maberry and Louis Ozawa

With 15 new and original stories, this first-of-its-kind anthology is inspired by the events of the original Aliens vs. Predators movies, graphic novels, and novels. Includes a new story written by Jonathan Maberry and Louis Ozawa (“Hanzo” from the movie Predators) as Hanzo’s brother faces the eternal threats of both the Yautja and the Xenomorphs.

©2022 Jonathan Maberry, Bryan Thomas Schmidt (P)2022 Blackstone Publishing

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pass the time

by far great, some stories were excellent but others, I got so bored with I just skipped to the next.

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I get that aliens hate men, but the authors too?

After the first two I was pleasantly surprised with hearing good short stories we all have hoped to hear.
Then I pains takenly had to listen to this garbage.
The monotone voice actors made bad stories even worse. Sounding more like TicTock narration than audiobook. Particularly “Carbon rights” I had to skip completely due to the narrator drawing out ever vowel.

You have 45 minutes to tell a story, and you base half the stories on man hating politics.

We’ve all wanted a story about female predators, where are they? what place do they have in predator culture?
But not like this! Half of these are pure Cringe.

Physically abused woman only gets the courage to shoot her husband by saving a female predator.
(Poorly written, the husband comes home to see the predator, doesn’t register that it’s an alien and starts to fight with it, mad that someone is in his house…)
A trans gender who is betrayed and poisoned by a married man. Then says to the female predator, “it’s up to us ”girls”.”
A woman who is emotionally abused by her husband who leave her to have a baby alone surrounded by aliens.
On and on.
Men are worse than Xenonorphs to these authors.
Man hating after man hating. And I’m only half way through.
“Hotel mariposa” had the most cringy spiritual bonding hippy ending.

Just give us aliens and predators as the title says.
DO NOT buy. I’m only continuing to listen to see how bad the others get at this point.

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I just listened to the next one…
The protagonist is a black woman, who doesn’t trust the scientist because they are… not Wayland Yutani… but rather…white… reminding her of the Tuskegee syphilis testing. Which yes was bad. But would be over 300 years ago and on another planet for this woman, yet she’s still prejudiced.
This leads her to release the predators and an Alien Queen, who being tested on, “were like safari animals reaching the watering hole at the same time” unified to survive.
She sees them as slaves, used for biological weapons.
She literally takes a egg from the queen to “get back at those bastards”… her racist hate, leads her to become a genocidal maniac. But the author writes it as though it’s virtuous. It was disgusting.

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