The human body is no longer enough. The wars of the future will be fought with mechs.
Chief Roach's victory over the ferocious Quatro won't last long, it seems. Strange meteorites have fallen to the surface of Eresos, containing mechs - quadruped mechs, clearly designed for the enemy.
Now, Roach and the surviving members of Oneiri Team, must escort these fearsome new weapons through a harsh alien wilderness, while defending against constant attack.
If the quad mechs fall into the enemy's possession before Roach can get them to the space elevator, humanity will lose the advantage granted by their own MIMAS mechs, and they'll be right back to where they were: outmatched and overpowered by the murderous alien beasts.
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Keep your money.
It's flat, not quite as bad as book one but gave up half way through it.
I love this type of book, but Scott Bartlett is in it strictly for the money. The story and the scenes would just get going when they would stop short of reaching their potential.
The book was only 5.5 hours long and I only listened to half of it. It probably came after I quit.
The story could have been awesome by a good author. Book one and two should have been one.
Aliens vs Mechs- the battle continues
Written by: Scott Bartlett
Narrated by: Mark Boyett
This is an audible book I requested and the review is voluntary.
I loved the first book and when I was given the chance for book 2, boy did I jump on that! This is a is a great sci-fi series with soldiers using giant suits that are armored and engineered to be top-of-the-line battle ready and tech operated. There are aliens using similar suits too. There are other issues going on like a corrupt government, drug rings, species extermination, and so much more. Very intense series. The characters are very well developed. You hate some and adore others. Some are fooled and other naive. Some are just evil. Wonderful world building also.
The narrator is the same as the last book that really helps and he does just as good and keeps up with the same voices which can't be an easy feat. There are soooo many voices and aliens. He meets the job brilliantly. Wonderful!
- Montzalee Wittmann