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Publisher's Summary

The mission failed but hope is not lost....

The Reclaimer's attack on the Gateway didn't go as planned, but a dying man's words sparked a revolution.

Alec receives a message from the Barony, a group in the UK, letting them know they have allies around the world.

Dex is still on the other side of the Occupation, but he knows he'll have to make a move soon.

Lina and Monet are sent on a mission to Shanghai to stop the production of a device keeping the aliens alive in our atmosphere.

Cole and Soares head out with a one way-ticket through a Gateway, in an attempt to permanently close them.

Reclamation pits our humanity against the dreaded Overseers, in a world where only one of them can survive.

Reclamation is the final book in the sweeping post-invasion series, Rise, by Devon C. Ford, the author of After It Happened, and Nathan Hystad, the author of The Survivors.

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Another great book.

Nathan and Devon have done it again! Reclamation is a great third and final entry to the Rise series. As usual the narrator, Ray Porter has done a great job. This book and the entire series are worth your time to read or listen to.

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Waiting for next Galaxy’s Edge book? Read this!

Who will like this? Pretty much anyone who appreciates being drawn into the different characters’ stories as much as the sci-fi / alien occupying earth concept. There is definitely a little gore and violence here, but not remotely in the same league as the Galaxy’s Edge or Ember War series.

Is it a slow or fast start? Fast. Definitely doesn’t take long to get invested in the stories. Some may feel it moves too fast because it doesn’t get too bogged down in the details. Personally, this is what I wanted this week. Just good storytelling with good narration.

Notes on the narrator: I like Ray Porter more and more every time I listen to his work. He’s great with distinctive male voices and accents. He’s also perfect if you like to increase the speed and keep the quality of the narration intact, He’s not the best at creating female voices, but they are definitely good enough to keep you in the story.

Final Thoughts: What a great series. Three books - all three very good and easy listens. Very character driven. Refreshingly light on technical jargon. Nothing tired or stale here - the only common fare is a few humorous pop culture references that help the reader relate to how much has been lost in such a short time. It also makes true space opera and sci-fi fans feel at home with a welcoming nod or two by way of older characters in the story using jargon from our favorite space opera movies to talk over the heads of young adults born after the occupation.

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Worth the time

This is a great series. Can’t rate the books individually. Interesting characters. Interesting situation and a fairly happy ending

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just didn't like it

the author has a odd writing style. it might work for others but not me.

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Excellent Trilogy!

Wow, what a great trilogy!

I loved all three books. Great writing, story telling, characters and ending.

If you like si-fi you’ll love this series. I absolutely recommend this one.

Narration by Ray Porter makes this series even better he’s so good at bringing a book to life. One of the best narrators out there.

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Decent end to the series but has some issues.

Overall the story was interesting and the ending was more or less satisfying. My issue comes in with some of the political issues the auther decides to throw in. Comparing covid to ebola? Come on

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Great

Great book awesome narrator. How many more words do I need to post this. a few more it seems.

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Good but predictable

At times, particularly early in the series, there were gripping situations, but I found the characters increasingly one dimensional and the plot predictable.
It is well crafted but ultimately uninspired, in my opinion.

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Wonderful series..

What a great ending! Cole, Alec, Tom, Dex, Soares, Lina, Monet, Marisol, Fan, Sylvie, Jack, Zhao and SW-18. Together they killed the aliens and destroyed their Gateway to earth. This was a really good series.

No romance and no swearing to speak of (which was totally stupid. IMO)

As for the narration: Cudos to Ray Porter for the fantastic job he did on these 3 books.

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Best SciFi book ever!!

I had come across a clip of this and gave it a try. I had consumed all three books!! Well read, well written, great setting, great characters and great ending.

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  • 05-06-20

eagerly anticipated

wonderful ending to a fabulous series. I hope there is more to come. I highly reccomend this book to anyone who us a fan of scifi or dystopian genre.

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  • Nat 87
  • 05-07-20

Truly brilliant finale!

Wow what an ending! I've absolutely loved this whole series. The characters, action and storyline are so well written, I hated the pauses between my available listening time!! I hope these two great authors collaborate again.

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  • Thj Williamson
  • 03-27-22

DEVON C FORD DOES IT AGAIN

what can I say but another great series. DCF is full of it, I mean great stories it's just as I would say how an Invasion of Earth would go down take our remaining resources and kill the inhabitants except the slaves they need Ray porter did a great attempt at the Northof England accent now and again it soundeda bit like Scots and Ulster scots but he was nrilliant. fantastic story I read and listen to DCF's story's and others since 2016 in After it happened I did think RCBray was English

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  • Chris
  • 06-01-21

Not his best work

I’m a big fan of Devon C Ford, his After It Happened and Toy Soldiers series are up there with my favourite stories. Unfortunately this trilogy of books fall well short of an author of his ability.

The main premise of an alien invasion enslaving humanity for decades did have me hooked, however the execution was poor.

(I’m being vague here to prevent spoilers) but the whole driving force of how the uprising comes about is just terrible - people are obviously happy to see their nearest & dearest killed/worked to death but a handful of people and their fate manage to pull on the heartstrings so much that the world finally says “no”

The protagonists were all very one dimensional and I didn’t care for any of their fates. The only reason I stayed for the full trilogy was for my loyalty to the author.

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  • Robert B.
  • 03-15-21

Brilliant

Another great book from the rise series, and great ending.
Ray Porter just needs to learn to do a British accent lol

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  • Craigy Gerrard
  • 02-09-21

The trilogy should be 1 credit...

Its a really good finish to an average mehhhh series...
Easy listening but in my honest opinion not worth a credit each..
Ray Porter is fast becoming my no.1 narrator just pipping RCB...and thats saying somthing...
If you like RP I highly recommend EARTHCORE followed by MOUNT FITZ...

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  • Michael
  • 12-29-20

Great ending to a fantastic series!!!!

Brilliant listen and a fitting end to an absolutely fantastic book series. would love to see a Dex spin off

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  • Priit
  • 07-05-20

Struggled to finish

Interestingly the last book in the series was the hardest to finish.
The pacing is weird: from a gruesome battle scene to humorous banter in to quick a time.

Also, when people read military sci fi, they are looking for details on technology and strategy and so on. In this book, an entire world is added to the USA, and this entire thing gets wrapped up in a rushing manner.

Altogether too much banter and constant nerdgasming references to start wars and start trek.