Wayward Galaxy 4: Wayward Galaxy, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
F-F-Fourth times the ch-charm!
The Rangers and Osay colonists have won the fight for control of their corner of Amir. But as the threat of invasion from nearby RUPAC special forces loom, Reach, Alexa, and Brody seek to make newfound neighbors into allies.
But friendship isn’t easy to come by, even on a planet as hostile to humans as Amir.
Even inside the Ranger-protected confines of the O-C, tensions boil over as Liana works to find a way to make Ranger, Osay, and RUPAC defectors coexist and save their hostility for what lays outside the colony’s growing walls.
Experience the fourth entry in the international hit series Wayward Galaxy from USA Today best-selling authors J.N. Chaney and Jason Anspach, performed by award-winning R.C. Bray. If you're a fan of '80s action flicks, futuristic high octane combat, and fighting commies of all shapes, you'll love this series.
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|Listening Length||11 hours and 47 minutes|
|Author||Jason Anspach, J.N. Chaney|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||28 June 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 790 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
15 in Military Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
23 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
26 in Adventure Science Fiction
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A rule in movies is "Show, don't tell." Well, this is a book. There can only be "tell." There are a few places where a little more description from the authors is needed.
For instance, the passage of time is often summed up well after an event leaving the jump from one scene to another feeling instantaneous, despite hours, if not days, passing. That's not always bad, as it keeps up a fast pace, but that sometimes leads to confusion. Moments that are supposed to be "slow", between characters, introspective moments, etc, get pulled into that frenetic pace to their detriment.
Transitions between characters (and there are a lot of characters) can be a little messy on occasion, but it's not too bad.
Likewise, the places (and there are a lot of places) where these scenes occur are sometimes ambiguously left up to the reader to imagine or intuit. Now, I'm not asking for a rambling John le Carre-esque description of the various hues of greenery as seen from a balcony, but getting a little more than a broad-strokes, general description of where a character is positioned isn't too much to ask for, is it? It's just an alien world, after all.
These are mostly minor quibbles, though, especially as the rest of the story really is tremendous, and I eagerly look forward to the next installment.
But the people from Earth? RUPAC aside, these folks are endearing. Even those who were conscripted RUPAC & are being kidnapped into working for RUPAC are what makes this book It's battles scenes are so riveting, plentiful & some days heartbreaking that I can't stop reading. Relationships are deep & loyalty is required in this new World so far from Earth.
I enjoyed this book as well as the others. Can't wait for the next batch of battles, mayhem & problems to be solved by Liana, Jared, Sherman, Bosa & crew. (Bb-b-brody, I totally miss you too.)