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- Listening Length: 18 hours and 2 minutes
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- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 10 Oct. 2011
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00722X1OG
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Firestorm: Destroyermen, Book 6 Audiobook – Unabridged
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In this book the Americans and their new (and old) allies find themselves at war on two fronts and with an array of new enemies, ranging from giant sea monsters to a fanatical human religious sect.
The twists and turns of the plot are many and varied but the authors skill never leaves the reader wondering about what is going on. Taylor Anderson has shown great creativity and coupled it with an easy style of writing that many authors try for but few achieve.
One warning, this is not a standalone book. Destroyermen is a series and to get the best out of it you do need to read the earlier books in order.
Oh yes! Warning two, this is a very addictive series.
I will add that Anderson continues to improve as a writer. The prose and structure are better here than in the earlier installments. This makes the reading experience all the more pleasurable.
My only real complaint is that 'Firestorm', rather like a couple of the other books, feels rather like it has been arbitrarily carved out of a far larger story. There is a vague attempt to create a proper finale of sorts, but for the most part the book just ends, with individual stories simply left hanging mid-story, waiting for the next installment. This give the whole book a feeling of incompleteness, and it left me feeling less than satisfied at the conclusion. I understand that this is one part of a continuing story, but some attempt to give each book a feeling of self-containment would be appreciated.
Apart from that, this has more than whetted my appetite for Iron Gray Sea (Destroyermen)
Its a really good read and we should hope that it continues