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Publisher's Summary

Here at last is the eagerly awaited fourth book in David Gerrold's classic and gripping series of alien domination - the story of humanity's courageous struggle for survival against the greatest threat Earth has ever known.
As the tenacious invaders remake Earth's violated surface, transforming its flora and fauna into a replica of their own terrifying home world, a handful of scientists, soldiers, and citizens prepare to fight back - hoping it isn't already too late. In Mexico, a dead Chtorr leads to a stunning discovery about the aliens. At the same time, a military-scientific expedition deep into the heart of the Brazilian jungle uncovers another surprise: a massive hivelike city where the aliens have embarked on the next step in their remorseless campaign to transform humanity.
©1992 David Gerrold (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Gregory on 09-15-15

Always been my favorite of the series

The narrative voice of the C'Torr series changes through the 4 existing books... but this one is the most focused of the 4 so far out. Gerrold has a nice balance of talking about the biology of the world he's imagined, and furthering the plot in that "opera of disaster" milieu.

Pruden continues to deliver a solid, well paced narrative, and works a wider range of voices.


Well worth a listen.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Sincerelyink on 08-10-17

Aargh! Mr. Gerrold, please write the rest!

The War Against the Chtorr books are remarkable, but do be prepared. They end on a cliffhanger, with the finish being promised over the years and never (as of yet) appearing. They are still highly entertaining and well worth the time. l had originally read them when they first came out and found that revisiting them was definitely worth the time.

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