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Publisher's Summary

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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  • Cinna
  • 2022-03-08

Hodgepodge of Mediocre Stories

I own well over 100 titles on audible. This is the first that I've felt strongly enough about something to review it before finishing. It's a disjointed collection of short stories meant to be a love letter from various others. In practice, some stories are decent, some are outright bad. This also applies to the narrators. There's one particular female narrator that has this sing-songy tone to how she talks while putting forth almost no effort to give life to different character voices. I had to jump ship at that point.

In addition, I'm all for inclusion and support various communities, but at least have whatever persuasion they claim be a plot device rather than an attempt at LGBTQ friendly bingo.

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  • Selena
  • 2022-03-12

Left wanting

Struggle to finish. Best part of the book was the Intro and Editor's Foreword.

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  • D. A. Miller Jr.
  • 2022-05-13

Just awful why even do this Mr. Maberry?

These stories are insulting and unnecessary. I'm a minority and the one thing thing that has always attracted me to AVP material is that it's naturally diverse. Strong female characters are real woman (Xeno Ripley excluded), not Wonder women capable of whooping Arnolds arse! Racisms exists, but it's not shoved down your throat with stupid references to events this future has no way of remembering or would be overly concerned about. The "various authors" are clearly NOT science fiction writers and the narrators read the stories like they didn't care. Unfortunately the reviews are right. This really is trash.

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  • Charles H.
  • 2022-04-27

Woke Garbage!

don't waste your money or time! some of the worst stories in the AVP universe. especially the second story, it's almost painful to think these are professional writers.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2022-03-17

3 stories in and about to quit

whoever the chick is who reads homestead should never read an audio book again. my 9 year old kid could have done better

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  • Benjamin walker
  • 2022-03-10

Nothing like Bug Hunt

I was already unsure about this book and man did I waste a credit. Very dry narration for most stories and most aren’t compelling or entertaining at all. Was hoping for something similar to Bug Hunt but the aliens and predators show up in the stories basically at the end of each

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  • Clinton McCoy
  • 2022-05-01

So much PC

I love all things alien, predator, or alien vs predator. But could we keep all the political correctness crap out! I don't care if the characters are trans, gay, or the color purple. I'm listening to escape the bs u read in the news everyday, not to listen to writers cash in on it

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  • Hugh T Knight
  • 2022-05-01

Woke Trash

I am so incredibly sorry I didn't read the reviews before purchasing this bit of garbage, because it is a collection of woke nonsense, with mighty female warriors, female African slaves who suddenly turn out to be highly trained and deadly Zulu warrioresses capable of beating Xenomorphs that casually crushed armed Englishmen (and yet somehow hadn't been able to prevent themselves from being turned into slaves...), Marines confused about the fact that humanity only comes in two sexes, and more; there wasn't a single worthwhile white male character in any story I got through before dumping this mistake. Sadly, the writing in most of the stories is about what you'd expect from authoresses chosen for their political positions rather than their ability to write well. And folks, this is a terrible thing to do to the Alien franchise. Ripley was a fantasic character--a strong, intelligent, capable woman whom they didn't write as a mighty female warrioress pretending to be a man. These wokers took the wrong lesson from that and used it to create a whole series of stories about how womyn (hear them roar!) could do everything better than men despite the obvious fact that it isn't so (or womyn--hear them roar!--would be beating top male athletes in every sport). Ah, well, live and learn; at least this gives me a list of pajama-boi authors and Feminazi authoresses to never buy anything from again--"get woke, go broke."

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  • Michael Cataldo
  • 2022-04-02

excellent

great stories. very interesting the heavy push for female predators in this series. loved the "another mother" story . Scott sigler is Amazing. one of the lady readers had a very annoying uptick at the end of ever sentence. other than that great book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2022-03-14

Unoriginal

If you listened to one of the stories, you heard them all. Most of them tried to recreate Ripley but just not as well thought out or concise as her character was in the movies. Very generic cookie cutter stereotype characters.

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