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Shadow Sun Rebellion

Written by: Dave Willmarth
Series: Shadow Sun, Book 3
Length: 15 hrs and 4 mins
4.9 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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The one year Stabilization period has ended, and the aliens are colonizing Earth! Allistor and his people have prepared as well as possible, and now they'll find out if it was enough.

In this third book of the Shadow Sun series, Earth's survivors continue to fight for their lives, and to reclaim as much of the earth as they can for the human race. More than one alien faction threatens their existence, while others prove to be staunch allies. Allistor and company learn more about the system, its mechanics and politics, and take the first step in bringing the fight to their enemies off-world!

©2019 Dave Willmarth (P)2020 Dave Willmarth

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Pretty good

It wasn't too dark or overly violent, like most litrpg apocalypse but it was fun story.

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  • Chase Delano Morgan
  • 2020-08-03

The witty banter isn't witty ..and adds zero value

The whole "slice of life" thing is completely overdone ...the character interactions feel really fake, and the narrator's main voice doesn't help make any of it more believable. The narrator does a good job changing voices for the respective characters, but the substance just isn't there. I think that the "drama" is weak, and in general the writer's priorities are wrong. The whole tone of the story is just off-putting, and ruins what could've been a great series. In my opinion, it kinda comes across as if the author is having a nerd fantasy where he's "the cool guy" who gets the girl and wins at everything. The ease with which all the monetary gains and power-ups happen makes everything a forgone conclusion. The magic system and action sequences aren't good enough to tolerate such bad story telling. At the end of the book instead of feeling satisfied I just felt like I wasted a whole bunch of time.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-08-14

stop it with the public domain sound effects

Sound booth has turned this series into a joke. Cheap sound effects, terrible voices that you can't understand what is being said, and an overuse of echo and reverb made this a chore to listen too. Frankly it sounds like no listened to this book post production. Storywise, I've noticed some issues. Like Allister finally not putting up with someone's bs and being emotionally crucified for it. He just goes back to putting his hands up and apologizing to everyone. Basically a door mat and a clown of a leader who is hen pecked and brow beaten by his girlfriend at every chance possible. It's an unhealthy relationship dynamic, and almost sitcom cringe in it's delivery. Woman is goddess who is never wrong and slaps man on back of head at every opportunity. Man is dumb and so sorry for everything all the time. It's less of a romance and more of a mother son dynamic, which is creepy. Also a weird plot point is this guy has the same amount of gold as some people who own solar systems, but doesn't use it to outfit himself and the core team with the best weapons, armor, skills and technology? Like he spends 300 million on Ai upgrades, but doesn't upgrade his peoples gear? He could literally buy anything... but relies on gear from low level mobs and crafters. It's weird.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-08-03

MC's voice

There are a lot of voice actors IN this book that would have been better for voicing Alistair. His accent sounds wrong and whiney. The narrator should have been left there and Jeff Hayes or someone else does the American MC.

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  • Jonathan
  • 2020-07-30

as usual. . .awesome.

this is one of my favorite series. allistar is back. fighting monsters, claiming land and crafting. you get a solid story. an awesome production. (in my opinion one of the best out there) totally worth the credit.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-08-26

story is great

I cannot stand the extra sound effects. I love the story and what the mc goes through but the singing and the extra battle noises was too distracting. When I read it the first time I was happy. I do not plan on keeping this or the other two books. Please redo and take the extra noices out.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-08-11

Awesome story continuation

Great job by SBT crew. Dave Willmarth does another fantastic job. Hope for another audible book!

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  • James Reiter
  • 2020-08-08

great story okay production

honestly I love the story I loved how everybody grew it was well put together but it felt like soundbooth kind of dropped the ball on this not that I would ever stop listening to the rest of the series but maybe not soundbooth

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  • Cody
  • 2020-08-06

Now, THAT'S! How you end a book.

Love use of that particular poem. Adds a nice touch to fledgling empire. The best way to make people loyal to you and your cause is to give them, identity, pride, and perpose. He erased the boundaries between borders, and embraced every human as precious. He instilled pride in that common identity, and condemned those that sought selfish goals. That instilled a "them" and an "us". He instilled a perpose right from the start, to take the fight to the aliens that destroyed most of there people. Yet he doesn't condone xenophobia, and trys to taylor the "them" to those that either attack them, or do things no human with a conscience could stomach. All and all I'm loving this series. He may have lucked out quite a bit, but a lot if it is his attitude towards his people. They all know he beats himself up over every loss. He feels guilty for not knowing the names of and those losses, and he does anything and one suggests that could improve the lives of his people. I doubt many could have done better.

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  • Vincent P Short
  • 2020-08-01

I'm excited for space politics

Story was solid. There does feel like there is going to be a shift from constant violence to courtly space politics that I'm very interested to see in the upcoming books. Couple of things here that just weren't up to the usual standard. A couple of the voices are hard to understand not used offten enough to ruin the experience. But they are a little jarring. Second I personally don't enjoy mentions of current events. I thought it was a good jab, but I'm not here for reminders of the real world.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-09-23

Good storyline, not so good other things

First off, I like the story and the main character and all of the side characters. The narration is also well done. This section might contain som minor spoilers, but I'll try not to be spesific. There are some things however that I don't really like. For one it seems the main character gets most stuff served on a silver platter, most of his acomplishments are well earned, but the rewards seem too plentiful for the work that is put in. It seems to easy. The other thing I don't like, which might just be a minor thing, is that he loots 2 legendaries, one epic item and one "item with a red glow", but he never identifies them during the whole book. That seems a little wierd to me. And don't say he didn't have time for it, he spent two weeks just crafting, he could spend five minutes on his inventory... Except for those small issues, I like the story.