Noah Cage is a cybernetic supersoldier, a war hero and a man on his fifth and final life. He's a Lifer, an enhanced warrior. Repaired, rebuilt and improved after four lifetimes of soldiering. With each death comes further modification and enhancement, although at the loss of yet another piece of his dwindling humanity. Cage is thrust into the debacle of the Third Martian War. One that sees every man in his unit killed, including his best friend Rob Romero. After long years of imprisonment, he returns home to Earth, but it is not what it once was. The planet is slowly decaying after decades of mismanagement and corruption. He wants nothing more than to speak with Rose Romero, the widow of his best friend. Instead, he receives a hostile welcome and quickly falls foul of the law.
It is the beginning of a long, grueling chase that takes him and Rose Romero back to Mars. A planet filled with memories of old battles, and the graveyard of so many soldiers from Earth. Noah finds himself thrust into the middle of a conspiracy between two great powers. Hunted by soldiers from Earth, and by the Martian corporate militias, he is close to the end. Until he encounters the Mars resistance. Men and women who want nothing more than their freedom and the means to exist on the hostile and barren world. It is the beginning of the fightback. Although sometimes, even five lives is not enough.
Last Life is the first book in the brand new military science fiction series set in the warring colonies of the Solar System. The series is a collaboration between acclaimed science fiction author Michael G. Thomas and best-selling military fiction author Eric Meyer.
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Worst Performance Ever
I had to rate the story to be able to write this review, and for all I know that does the story a disservice. Unfortunately the narrator's performance was so bad that I could not actually listen to the book.
Unless they change the narrator -do not waste your credit or cash on this book
Good story but narration can be improved