2287 AD : The Ashlyn Chronicles

  • by Glen Van Dyke, Renee Van Dyke
  • Narrated by Karey James Kimmel
  • Series: The Ashlyn Chronicles
  • 13 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"A gripping read from start to finish! This BIG epic novel has it all, history, government conspiracies, alien abduction, space battles and treks across alien worlds—with a HOT female lead! The author knows how to tell a tale." – 5 Star Book Review
2287 A.D. is a #1 BEST SELLING novel, having sold over 100,000 copies in its first year.
2287 A.D. follows the lives of Ashlyn Parker and Steven Sherrah, the man who is in command of Earth's last surviving starship. He has been struggling to keep the handful of Earth's survivors alive, hiding from the most vicious and powerful enemy humanity has ever known, an enemy that is relentless in his determination to see that every last human is killed.
His life is turned upside down as Ashlyn, a woman genetically engineered to be mentally and physically perfect - the next step in humanity's evolution, awakens from stasis. For her protection, she had been cryogenically frozen when Earth was attacked. Her return is brutal, for she awakens fifteen years later into a post-apocalyptic Earth to find that everyone she had known before is gone, the world destroyed.
From the first moment that her distress signal is received and Steven rescues Ashlyn, his heart is inexplicably drawn to her, as she is to him. Her presence challenges his loyalty to those whom he loves and all that he has ever known. For within Ashlyn, she holds the secret to a shared past that he had never known existed. A past which will take them back in time almost 7,000 years, where they will journey through strange new worlds, changing the history of the universe for all time, and our understanding of everything as we know it.


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Customer Reviews

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A weak try

I was disappointed in this book. the book sounded like a through back to the cheesy Si-Fi stories of the 1950's and 60's. It really lacked gravitas.
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- SharkHunterSFO


I liked the idea of story based on Anunaki and really there was no surprise in that regard. Nothing new or original though. I expected pulp and that's what I got. So any irregularities, illogical behavior or predictable twists are all part of it.
What really ruined it for me though is annoying, obnoxious, ridiculous, sound effects wannabe. I really don't know what to call it? Why would you take pulp science fiction story and butcher it with sudden, random noises?
Anyway, the story is ok, but read it, don't listen to this version.
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- Igor

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-21-2015
  • Publisher: R. Brown, G. Van Dyke