Fear the Survivors : The Fear Saga

  • by Stephen Moss
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • Series: The Fear Saga
  • 17 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Earth lies shaken in the aftermath of a conspiracy. Some of the smartest minds on the planet have striven for and died in an effort to scour the skies of four vast alien satellites, but their success has brought a terrible vengeance down upon us.
While alien agents stalk the Earth, a team of exhausted scientists and military outcasts struggle to fight them among a planet on the brink - the brink of plague, the brink of war, and the brink of an invasion larger than they can possibly imagine. But they have allies. Two of the alien agents have forsaken their homes, their families, and their very species to stop the greatest act of genocide any of them has ever known. They carry with them the knowledge we need to save humanity and take us into a new and marvelous age.
But Lana and the remaining enemy agents are far from defeated. As they begin to reap havoc among the diseased and bereft, Neal, Ayala, and Barrett must find a way to achieve the impossible - by fair means or foul, they must unite the world's disparate nations. And they must do so quickly, for the Armada is fast approaching, and behind the great fires of their decelerating engines, the huge fleet is readying itself for war.


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Customer Reviews

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Great continuation of an awesome story! R.C. Bray narrates it perfectly! Can't wait for the 3rd book.
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- Terra


I am not usually one to get really worked up over a book to the point where I am ecstatic and completely caught up. There have been a few notable exceptions and The Fear Saga is joining that list.

I enjoyed the first book, but it was nothing compared to this listen. Massive, massive fan of this story. I won't do any spoilers, but the climax... I was literally cheering. Maybe I'm a nerd like that, but I'm absolutely serious.

It's hard sci-fi, a true take on alien invasion and our potential response. Yes, there are referential aspects, but it's hard to completely remake the wheel. Bray does a magnificent job of narration.

I think the best part about this book is the simultaneous sweeping scale and incredibly intimate portrayal of the main protagonists. You feel, deeply, for the characters. But there is little doubt that this is playing out on a global, solar scale.

My only complaint is Moss has some trouble with slightly stilted dialogue from time to time. It's hard to put a finger on it exactly... it just struck me as off at points. But I absolutely overlooked this in light of the broader story, plus I realize that that is a personal opinion aspect and your own mileage may vary.

In any case, absolutely worth your time and a credit. Highest marks.
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- Charlie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-19-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing