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The skies over major cities all around the world have grown dark. Massive crafts from space block the sun, and the inhabitants of these ships want Earth for their own. They have made their demands, and they're more frightening than anyone could have ever imagined.
They are the Oppressors. They'll test every last human and send the victors to a new planet to begin again, never to see their friends or loved ones. But only a small percentage of Earth's inhabitants can go.
Chaos ensues. Children are pulled from their parents, terrified and screaming for their lives. Many of the weak are killed outright. If humans try to hide, they're wiped out without a second thought or even a drop of compassion. The vulnerable humans watch their own destruction with dismay and disbelief.
Josh works at the Pentagon writing code, and his newfound love is Kamryn, a brilliant computer hacker. Now, her genius and his skill are the last hopes for the people of Earth. But what will their solution cost them, and what will it cost their love?
Overtaken: Captive States is a science-fiction and romance thriller. Human-like aliens arrive with the intention of taking over the planet for their own habitation. They intend to rid the world of humans and have devised a method of determining who'll live to see another day and who will die, not worthy of life. The aliens are technologically advanced, and Earth's powers cannot seem to figure out a way to victoriously thwart the plans of these aliens known as the Oppressors.
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By Serene Night on 01-25-16
Narrator difficult with American Characters
I started this, but I confess I lost interest. The narrator just can't do American accents, and doesn't really try. The writing hops all over the place between multiple characters. I may try it again, but it felt low budget and not well done to me.
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By Kindle Customer on 06-06-18
Don't do it!!
I'd recommend watching paint dry before this audio book.
The story is written at the middle school level, simplistic and frankly rediculous.
The three episodes of soft core porn are wildly out of place in a Syfy book.
The narration was even worse.
Save your money.