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Publisher's Summary

The next thrilling installment in the epic military sci-fi Galaxy’s Edge series that fans are craving!

Galaxy's Edge Season 2 continues as Wraith discovers crucial intel about the threat out past The Gap, beyond Galaxy's Edge. Meanwhile, Prisma undertakes and arduous journey and the legionnaires of Zombie Squad search for Masters.

©2022 Galaxy's Edge LLC. (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Not what they use to be

Much better than the last book by a mile, hated the cromethius part at first now I'm warming g to it. Although the cromethius part could have been slimmed down. All in all kinda felt like a short story that is crawling to the finish of a 20 part novel. Bray does a great job as always . Still a fan despite my complaints let's see what the next book brings or drags.

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Best Yet.

I'm loving the series and this addition didn't disappoint. I'd go into detail but that would involve spoilers.

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  • Garion Adkins
  • 2022-05-03

Consistent excellence.

I have yet to find a book in this series that I didn't thoroughly enjoy. Anspach & Cole are my new standard of science fiction and every time I see that one of their books is out on Audible, I'll actually pause what I'm listening to just to get the latest in Galaxy's Edge goodness.

Of course, then the waiting begins for the next book; thank goodness they put out books at more of a Sanderson pace than a Martin one.

I sincerely love this series. I've been spreading the word of Galaxy's Edge and the glorious dumpster fire that is this universe since shortly after l read the first book. My passion has not waned, but instead been justified by the authors' continued excellence.

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  • Brett Fluri
  • 2022-05-25

Even RC Bray won’t get me to listen to another one of these.

It may seem ridiculous, and it certainly seems so to me now, but there were countless times throughout this absolutely useless book where I was momentarily angry over the never ending bloviating with almost no actual substance.
The authors go on and on and on and on with describing every thought, emotion, sight, sound, vibration and other things in a level of detail and redundancy that one would expect in a doctoral thesis, but with no actual story.
It bounces around from character to character, always describing every detail of the surroundings and the persons feelings towards those surroundings but never tell a story. I still have no clue what this book was about and who the heck cares about Billy Bang????!!!? It was like 2 hours of this completely disconnected back story of a completely disconnected character that literally has NOTHING to do with this book. Nothing! I’m sure it will tie into some obscure paragraph, in season 57, book 35, where they may even dare to have some substance with it, but in this book they wasted my time. Again. This is the third one in a row that has been utter nonsense and actually made me feel like I’ve been ripped off.
I swear, it’s like they’re trying to burn through their required word count on adjectives, and saying the same thing in four or five different ways, in four or five consecutive sentences, simply to describe a tree blowing in the wind, or the way somebody feels about said tree. It’s absolute nonsense. It’s like they’re both popping pills and getting into very deep conversations that seems earth shattering to them, and then they print it. Seriously, you’ve all been in a situation at some point in your lives where someone was high and trying to be philosophical and deep about a sunset or a beautiful landscape. Remember how hollow, phony, and useless that was? Well, this entire book is that guy. Two of them apparently.

Please don’t assume I’m exaggerating. If anything, I’m understating it.

Here’s my last little anecdote about this little gem.
Almost from the beginning, I was waiting for the story to actually begin. Like everything I was hearing was excellent character development and setting the stage and maybe some plot device is here and there, but absolutely no plot whatsoever. There’s about six different story arches they’re trying to pull of but they fail. Miserably. There’s no substance at all. But then suddenly I started getting into what I was hearing. Actual plot was unfolding. A STORY! And then 45 minutes later I hear the word “ Epilogue” i actually laughed out loud.

Never buying one of these books again, RC Bray or no. Sorry Mr. Bray, but even you can’t get me to patronize these guys again. They’ve done this too many times and I honestly believe they’re just pumping out the books for the money. There certainly isn’t anything in it for the reader/listener.

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  • Benad Shoef
  • 2022-05-06

One of the best in the series

The mysteries surrounding Nilo and the connection between the savages and the House of Reason are somewhat unraveled.

What I liked most about this installment is that the authors are merging threads from the “Savage Wars” and from “Contracts and Terminations”. If you haven’t read/ listened to these books, you will still understand. If you have, it will be even better.
The thing I liked most about this book is that Garret, Death, and MakRaven had their time to shine. Only problem is that you know what happens to leejes that Bubbles choose as handlers (not sure who is handling who with this voodoo dog). Death really kicked ass in this installment and so did Garret, in his own way.

R.C. Bray was, of course, amazing. Nothing I can write that will do him justice.

I hope this has been helpful. I wish you as much enjoyment as I had from this book.

To Nick and Jason: Thank you!

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  • 2022-05-06

Great listen

This book was great. The last one was boring and just horrible but this one made up for it.

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  • labellavita1985
  • 2022-05-06

Amazing!!

The latest installment was simply amazing! The story is really starting to come together. One can see the depth & detail that went into the story as a whole. I am beyond excited for the next book!! I truly hope I don't have to wait long.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2022-05-06

Huge improvement from the last two

This is a huge improvement from Remains and Forget Nothing II. I am looking forward to the final few books!

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  • 2022-05-06

Ramping up the the season finale

Keel is reunited with his crew while Prisma begins her training. Masters has his rescue team coming for him and you can feel all the strings from the first four books are starting to come to a head. bombshell revelations about the GE universe come at you like Chhun calling in an orbital strike. KTF can’t come quick enough

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  • Irina
  • 2022-05-06

Awesome!

Fantastic! absolutely could not stop listening, story is finally comeming to the good stuf and it is definately everything I hoped it would be, comple awesomeness!

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  • 2022-05-06

Anspach, Cole, Bray G. E. NEVER DISAPPOINTS!

The Galaxys Edge series with these authors and narrator just keeps KTF'n it. The multiple storylines weave together throughout the book perfectly. And Crometheus backstory and present role is just brilliant.

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  • Bhavin Kamdar
  • 2022-05-04

Anther Great Installment

It's nice the story moving along. Could you bring back the podcasts at the end of the book again?

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