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Enjoyable story and great characters. A little too detailed in the descriptions of the space gear and tech. Found myself getting lost frequently
Rich Miller did a great job with the multiple characters and accents
I received this book at no cost in return for an honest review
A well done and unique take on a standard issue squad based military sci-fi, the world seems to have a history yet you can happily listen to this book with no prior knowledge of the others in the series.
Andrew Beery's writing is well done with good descriptions and the word choices clearly indicates the personalities of the speaker. The style of the main character telling us about their past and side comments he makes gives us greater insight into his mind both now and then.
The narration is top notch with each character haveing a unique voice and personality. The main character is done to perfection. I will happily listen to another book narrated by Rich Miller.
All in all an enjoyable ride with a likable cast of characters get then selves in and out of trouble dealing with what the universe throws at them. Well worth a listen
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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Two years have passed since the ending of the last book and Stone had become a Commander in the Marines following a spell in Officer Training School. Working with aliens can be tricky: a special etiquette data base is kept to ease humans through their early interactions so that a species war isn't accidentally ignited. Things could so easily go wrong ..
This, the second book in the Infinity Brigade series by Andrew Beery is imaginative, exciting and sometimes funny. Nice alien descriptions, too. Written in the first person, Stone's story is well narrated by Rich Miller this time. Although he is very good, with well paced reading and distinctive character voicings, it seems unfortunate that the original narrator from book 1, Adam Verner, was no longer reading as, in my head, he was Stone and so was difficult for Mr.Miller to replace. However, his performance was good, if sounding somewhat older than the original Stone.
My thanks to the rights holder of Stone Hard for gifting me a copy of this fun military sci fi book, via Audiobook Boom. This is a very enjoyable series and I look forward to book three