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New Threat

Written by: Nathan Hystad
Narrated by: Luke Daniels
Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

There’s always a new threat.  

A year after the Event, horrific memories of the vessels linger in Dean’s mind as he tries to find his way forward in his new life. But now the heroes of Earth face a new threat that endangers the fragile remnant of humanity.   

Two rebel hybrids have escaped from their segregated encampment. Dean and his team pursue them across the galaxy, racing to catch them before they reach an unseen enemy. This new threat is looming over Earth, their name spoken softly and fearfully by anyone who knows of them.  

When a line is drawn, on whose side will Dean stand?

©2018 Nathan Hystad (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Kasi
  • 2019-02-04

So glad I found this series!

loved it! would highly recommend. I so happy that this kept the same characters as the first book while staying fresh and exciting.

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  • Andromeda
  • 2018-12-12

Still a great story

I am enjoying the storyline. It’s still keeping my attention as I get more familiar with the main characters. Easy reading. Luke Daniels USA An amazing narrator and we ca feel the characters emotions through his voice. I love sci-fi and this story is taking far away in space and time. Love it. Reading book 3 now

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  • Bridget Lockwood
  • 2019-03-28

Holds your interest with twists!

2nd book is as good as the first and Luke Daniels narrates it too!
First, if a narrator is no good...you can't really enjoy listening to a book. Thankfully, Luke is a fantastic narrator and the characters come to life and it's like listening to theater! He sounds a lot like Nathan Dillon.
Dean continues to be our hero and I'm not giving away spoilers. You should definitely read the books in order or the characters lose their relevance to the story. Its also clean. No cussing, no explicit sexual content either, just a good sci fi story that keeps getting better. It holds your interest with its plots and ..things you didn't see coming!

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  • Chris
  • 2019-02-20

A good second installment

Wonderfully fleshes out our Heroes of Earth even more. And those twists, whoa. Yes, indeed.

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  • Greg
  • 2019-01-04

A fun young adult book, but I'm not a young adult

This story doesn't have anymore holes in it than most Hollywood Blockbusters, but I expect more from the books.

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  • CJ
  • 2019-02-03

Did not pull me in like the first!!

Not sure how to feel. Didn't get sucked in like the first book. Felt more like a long drawn out backstory for what's to come. I'll still read the next book, but hopefully it's better then this one. The ending leaves much to be desired and I feel like the main characters wouldn't have abandon the Earth and it's inhabitants so easily, but maybe they're is more to this story as well.