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Voodoo Warfare

By: Nick Cole
Narrated by: Christopher Ryan Grant
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Publisher's Summary

Get it on…again! The Strange Company is back and on the defensive.

A massive invasion of a major Monarch world gets underway and the weird warrant officers of Voodoo Platoon move into their roles as combat multipliers at the front lines of an incredible no-holds-barred brawl for battlefield domination. Facing legions of Ultramarines, a weaponized population, and re-engineered combat veterans augmented by cybernetics, the stone-cold killers and ready-to-rumble rogues of Strange, fighting alongside a newly christened mech combat team, must hold a gateway landing zone against overwhelming odds.

But the Ultras aren’t the premier elite fighting unit of the crumbling Monarch Empire for nothing. Defeat isn't even on the table for this military death cult of galactic warriors the Strange faces across a charred and dangerous battlefield.

To the legendary Ultramarines, this is the last battle; the final conflict, and nothing less than their honor and a place in history are at stake. To survive, Reaper, Dog, and Voodoo Platoons will have to play every dirty trick in the book of war in a desperate, high-cycle, ride-the-lightning defense of a bad LZ where both sides know what they do here will echo into eternity.

The tragedy of the Strange Company continues on LZ Heartbreak. Just because it’s a bad idea, doesn’t mean it won’t be fun.

©2022 Nick Cole (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Great part 2

Fifteen words are required you say and this is fifteen words I say and that’s it

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Better than the first book

Nick Cole you have outdone yourself with this one!
While I did struggle with the first half of the first book this book kept my attention from start to finish! And once the fighting starts it doesn't stop. Every engagement I was on edge because you just didn't know who was gonna survive and who wasn’t. And Nick definitely delivers on the title Voodoo Warfare! Can't wait for the final installment of the tragedy of Strange Company!

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An excellent additional ops for Strange

I had been waiting so eagerly for this one. More Strange goodness that was honestly hard to predict and I loved it for it. There is something in the telling of this story that sets it apart from other military style tellings. It feels relatable ((for a work of fiction)) with just the right amount of "Woah" moments.

Grant is quickly becoming one of my favorite narrarators and has kept all characters distinct and a feeling of being ALIVE! Nice work!

...We have to be honest about these things...

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Much better than the last Book

I thoroughly enjoyed this one the last 1 seemed like such a copy of 1980s movies and characters this 1 could have been a stand alone . Much better than the last book, The story has really progressed in a very interesting way

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Fantastic Mil Sci-if

Great depth of thought, near flow of consciousness exploration of a human “ruck hobo” soul as it battles enemies without, within and from the ‘other’ side. Even better than the first one.

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amazing!

Fantastic book series I would highly recommend! I thoroughly enjoyed this series! great listen

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Strangely addicting

What a great series. A great mix of bizarre strange sci fi with amazing military action! Great characters and leaves me wanting more.

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Made me cry. Buy it. Also if you haven’t already read so. Jason Anspach. Shit up and take my money.

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Well written on a few levels

I hope there is another book in the series soon. (5 more words required one more)

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Can't miss!!

After listening to Strange Company, book 1 of this series, I couldn't wait for this follow up book. it took quite a while for the follow up, so I had to listen to book 1 again to refresh my memory.
First and foremost, this book isn't like many sci-fi military books I've listened to so far. The way it is written is what is different. There isn't any gung-ho to it. It's actually very funny in many ways. Dry humor type of funny. The story isn't meant to be funny, but so many of the descriptive words he uses are simple and concise , and straight to the point. The main character is the anti-hero type who downplays any and all actions, and honestly, doesn't do many heroic things. It's the fact that he's the keeper of the logs, the history of their company, that makes it so good. He knows the stories of most of his men, and that's what makes it so interesting. some stories are good, some are bad, but all are interesting. This is now my favorite Military Sci-fi purely because the story was written and narrated so we'll, it's hard not to want more.

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"Hot soup, he was the best of us...."

Great follow up book to strange company, a roller coaster of a listen.
Great to get more backstory of the voodoo platoon.
Sgt Orions galaxy weary look on life is spot on for me as a army veteran.
keep the books coming Mr Cole.