• Convergence

  • Galaxy's Edge Season 2, Book 3
  • By: Jason Anspach, Nick Cole
  • Narrated by: R.C. Bray
  • Length: 11 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (1,635 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Allies and enemies grow their forces....

As the galaxy marches headlong toward the greatest threat to peace since the Savage Wars, the flames are lit in the most unlikely of places.  

Trapped inside a Savage mini hulk, Prisma faces a future where little is as she expected it would be, and a past that is even more troubling than she knew. Aboard a Cybar ship, Andien Broxin fights for her life with the most unlikely of allies at her side. And on the Kimbrin home world, Masters joins a Legion Special Operations Group tasked with checking a resurgent MCR…only to find himself embroiled in the flashpoint that will again plunge the galaxy into war.  

Goth Sullus has fallen. Tyrus Rechs is a memory. But those who are enemies of both men are now set to step forth and reveal themselves on the galactic stage — unless the Republic, and the Legion, can answer the call to sacrifice.  

The lines of battle converge in this midpoint of Galaxy’s Edge Season 2! 

©2021 Jason Anspach and Nick Cole (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Who turned left??

Season 2 has been an epic launch of new characters, stories, revelations, and how in the hell did we end up in Vegas?

This feels like a series of mini stories rolled into the consumption of our credits. I fully expected a main season book to advance the plotline of Season 2 where the last book left off. Convergence does nothing of the sort. The writing is still the same polished fun GE adventure but my brain is stuck analyzing WHY I'm listening to this book and for what purpose. It doesn't explain the why and for that reason I'm sucked out of the story telling and just utterly confused.

No fault of Bob in the slightest.

I sincerely hope the next few books in Season 2 are not a hodge podge of stories and it gets back on track.

They also need to STOP including a hour long post-story discussion or figure out in Audible how not to count that as time remaining. If the timer says one hour remaining I fully expect a hour left of the actual book.

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Very surprised

I was surprised I have listened to the whole series and I was pleased until I got to this book. This is really bad. I have bought over 1,000 audible books and this is right up there as the worst. Bad job Jason and Nick. This is a bomb.

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Why god why?

Why in the hell would you bring back the worst character and the awful narrative style that accompanies him.

Just like the Savage Wars trilogy, the chapters that take place in the savage character’s POV absolutely ruin this book.

I’m getting my credit back.

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  • J
  • 11-25-21

You owe us another book for free after this purchase.

Absolutely ZERO progress in the storyline. The whole book I just kept waiting for it to advance.
I like the backstory on a couple main characters but I’ve been waiting to see what happens next and this didn’t provide any satisfaction. And the extremely long fight scene chapters just drag that could’ve been 1/4 as long.
This book just feels like filler. Like a chapter of a book.
This is my favorite series. Please make it right.

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Alot less Convergence than I Expected..

Ill start by saying thay I am a huge GE fan. I re-read my favorite books over and over.. This entry wasted half of the book explaining occurrences that were not at all related to the story line. You could have left out half of this book and not missed a thing in the grand scheme. The experience of Masters on Chima? should have been condensed into a few chapters. The last few chapters of this book and the epilogue were the best. I thought the book was taking a turn but then it ended.. overall this was one of the most uneventful entries of the GE series (referring to the actual series and Savage Wars, not the Doc Spears trash..) I hope the next entry gets back on track... Please keep on working guys but keep in mind what the readers want. Not just the super-nerd GE insiders that want to hear more about Crometheus.. You built your series on Keel, Ravi, Chun and Rechs. Try to keep that in mind. I repeat- NOBODY CARES ABOUT CROMETHEUS!!

P.S. The MaCafee/Wildman storyline is great. Keep building on that. Cant wait to see them meet up with Fast. Plus all the Savage Lore. That stuff is super interesting.

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Steep drop off

RC Bray can make any book sound good and his performance is the highlight of this one.

This installment in the series is a pretty steep drop off compared to the other books which were much more cohesive and better paced. This book feels like it was rushed to meet a deadline or contractual requirement.

Would have been better as a novella- one of those 0.5- sequels.

The plot is very disjointed, the characters disconnected, and really very little actually happens. Then the book ends without any closure. It’s like the book just marched in place without really going anywhere.

Definitely not worth the price of one credit.

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Enjoyable but very lacking.

I actually really enjoyed the story and the performance was great as always. However... the story didn't progress. At all. I mean, there were a few tidbits, but nothing really happened. This felt like part of a book, lots of set up and back story but the main story didn't move AT ALL from where the last book left it. I really like the galaxy's edge series but this felt like the authors just milking it.

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This book sucked!

I like the GE series a lot. This one booked sucked big time. Lots of pointless dialog that didn’t advance the story and was quite long/boring at times. FYI there is also an hour of the author talking at the end so the book isn’t actually 11 hours and 37 mins. This book was a total miss.

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'Tis the season for KTF

As I have lamented before, I'm running out of ways to keep reviewing this series without repeating myself or sounding like a bot. If I sound repetitive, it's only because Anspach and Cole keep writing such consistently enjoyable military sci-fi (as well as some other fun books!).

They're such great books, and they produce them so quickly relative to many other authors. I'm constantly afraid that my favorite authors will start phoning in their work and coasting on their success, but I'm happy to say I see no signs of that here. Here I am again, eagerly waiting for the next in the series!

KTF!

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a waste of a credit

I understand why they wrote this book, but I think honestly was a waste of time.

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  • Alex Brady
  • 11-24-21

Iffy half and decent half

One half was a bit so so the second was better.

1hr of authors talking to fans i took a star off. this platform is for stories there are many other ways to communicate with fans.

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  • Declan Morton
  • 11-22-21

1hr of the audiobook is the authors talking

This is two short stories. dont get me wrong they are good but its half a book. It seems like its been rushed. One hour of the authors talking to fans, a YouTube video would suffice. Give me one more hour of story any day.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-01-21

Not as good...

The narator, fantastic as always, story... not so much and with every relese, shorter. And if writers wants to talk with fans, it should do it in a podcast not take an hour from an all ready short story

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-22-21

totally pointless

I read the reviews.. i ignored them because i love these books. i should not have ignored them. the first half of this book is teenagers playing video games in a arcade. why would I give a fk about kids playing video games??
the second half has a little secondary story with a lot of recapping of previous books.
R.C Bray is outstanding as always.......but even he can't polish this turd.
this is definitely getting returned. if it was free I'd still return it.

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  • GHJ
  • 08-03-22

Barely holding on at the moment

I was a big fan of the first series and enjoyed the wandering dialogue, etc in that context. My only problems overall have been when the bad language dominates ( I generally hate the in any case) and I'm not that comfortable with some of the vaguely "occult" elements -just to get that out of the way. The previous book generally worked much better for me and while I understand that some, most of this one, was filling in gaps, etc. Some of it was turgid. I had it on in the car and couldn't alter the settings or turn it off, sadly that was the section in the arcade. It became almost unbearable. So overlong and sometimes pointless padding seems my conclusion with this one. I believe that they are going somewhere and maybe it's not time to do too many detours. Did we really learn much about Masters? Not in my opinion

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  • Carmella
  • 01-27-22

ok not their best

was ok, not their best story almost a fill in bit like the revenge of the sith was to star wars but rc bray excellent as usual, still looking forward to the next as overall this series i likey very much

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  • David Aylesbury
  • 12-25-21

Woefully flabby

Not up to the standard of the series. A shameless, shambling cash grab. I’ll be asking for my credit back.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-11-21

Obah the uplifted!!!

Holy cow. Loved the is book and learned a small
Bit about obah too which was he was above all
Others and they were calories for his consumption.

Loved to is book and glad I’ve started listening to some of the spin off series. Once I’ve finished this and got my next fix of skippy I’m starting another splinter from this series.

Keep it up guys, loving this galaxy.

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  • Daniel Robert Gillis
  • 11-26-21

Worst book of the series

This book was basically just filler, the story didn't really progress at all. I love this series please don't ruin it by turning it into a money grab

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  • DMac
  • 06-11-22

Filler

As mentioned this is a filler, please don’t waist our time and try and stretch out the series, would rather wait longer for it to be done properly

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  • Ryan
  • 11-21-21

excellent story telling

rc bray does excellent voice expressions
the writers have in my opinion fantastic grand goals for the series. book one was epic. loving the story so far. Dark operator and all.