This is a first-person book from a male perspective. It involves a long series of battles, losses of the main character's close friends and associates, as well as PTSD. It is a standalone novel. The main character begins at age 12, but is telling the story many years later as log or journal entries.
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Battle on the Marathon
This book kept me in attention throughout the entire audiobook. A good narrator added to the enjoyment of this audiobook.
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A journey, a struggle, and the right to colonize.
I did not read a print version, but I find a good story teller always adds to the tale. Chuck DiMaria is a good reader who helped the story.
John Thornton has given us a work of almost non-stop action. He drove the story forward with conflict and struggle against each other and alien invaders. I enjoyed the concept of aliens impeding human efforts to colonize other worlds and having to battle to retain control of their ship to complete their journey.
The struggle to seize and control the alien technology was exciting and stays in my memory.
I really did have trouble stopping long enough to get through my other life routines. Listening on my phone was a new a pleasurable experience also.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
- richard r reeves