• Injection Burn

  • The Dire Earth Duology, Book 1
  • By: Jason M. Hough
  • Narrated by: Simon Vance
  • Length: 8 hrs and 59 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Part one of a thrilling action-adventure sci-fi duology featuring indomitable characters, incredible worlds, and plenty of rip-roaring action and thrills!

Rescue operation - or suicide mission?

Skyler Luiken and his ragtag crew of scavengers, scientists, and brawlers have a new mission: a long journey to a distant planet where a race of benevolent aliens are held captive behind a cloud of destructive ships known as the Swarm Blockade. No human ships have ever made it past this impenetrable wall, and Skyler knows not what to anticipate when they reach their destination.

Safe to say that the last thing he expects to find there is a second human ship led by the tough-as-nails captain, Gloria Tsandi. These two crews - and their respective captains - initially clash, but they will have to learn to work together when their mutual foe closes in around them and begins the outright destruction of their vessels - along with any hope of a return to Earth.

©2017 Jason M. Hough (P)2017 Random House Audio

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mostly setup for the rest of the story

Starts poorly, gets better, but ends just as it starts to get interesting. If you liked the preceeding trilogy, you'll probably want to begin this continuation.

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main characters are all idiots.

reminds me of all the dumb choices real people make. looking for entertainment, not a news story of the local darwin award winners. they only survive because the alien ai constantly bails them out of thier own arrogant stupidity. debating whether to go on with series. this book was a big disappointment. plot very good, character development is just depressing.