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Publisher's Summary

Little Green Men is a tribute to the works of Philip K. Dick, hailing back to classic science fiction stories of the 1950s.
The crew of the Dei Gratia set down on a frozen planet and are attacked by little green men. Chief Science Officer David Michaels struggles with the impossible situation unfolding around him as the crew are murdered one by one. With the engines offline and power fading, he races against time to understand this mysterious threat and escape the planet alive.
©2013 Peter Cawdron (P)2013 Peter Cawdron
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5 out of 5 stars
By STEVEN on 08-13-15

Short, but sweet

Where does Little Green Men rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks highly, but I prefer series because I get bummed out when a really good book ends

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4 out of 5 stars
By James Reazor on 07-14-14

More than I expected.

Little Green Men was an imaginative and unexpected first contact story. Cawdron leads a merry chase that goes pretty deep for such a short piece of work.

He initially pulls us in to an extraterrestrial monster story. It appears to be a pretty typical action adventure tale until he decides to turn it on it's head. Everything that you think just happened goes sideways. The transition is as jarring for the reader as it must be for the characters. With out giving it away, the twist is not entirely unique. It's been done before but it was pretty satisfying in this instance.

The performance was good but not great. Some of the female voices sounded forced and a little silly. It might have been better to forgo the voices and rely on the narrative to tell us who is speaking.

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