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Book 1: Earth Alone
Book 2: Earth Lost
Book 3: Earth Rising
Book 4: Earth Fire
Book 5: Earth Shadows
Book 6: Earth Valor
Book 7: Earth Reborn
Book 8: Earth Honor
Book 9: Earth Eternal
Book 11: Earth Aflame
Book 12: Earth Unleashed
Book 14: Earth in Darkness
Book 15: Earth, Our Home
Soldiers of Earthrise
Book 2: Earthlings
Book 3: Earthling's War
Book 4: I, Earthling
Book 5: The Earthling's Daughter
Book 6: We Are Earthlings
Children of Earthrise
Book 1: The Heirs of Earth
Book 2: A Memory of Earth
Book 3: An Echo of Earth
Book 4: The War for Earth
Book 5: The Song of Earth
Book 6: The Legacy of Earth
- ASIN : B01N6OFVZ7
- Publisher : Moonclipse (January 11, 2017)
- Publication date : January 11, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 4882 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 390 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #119,368 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This series is very good. Daniel Arenson is extremely poetic and knows how to captivate the readers. His prose is just right - not too long and not too short. The aliens in books 4, 5, and 6 make the aliens from the previous books look tame in comparison. And at the end, there's a cliffhanger about another species of aliens in book 7 and after. I kept buying the next book in the series before finishing the previous one. That's how good this is.
The characters are extremely well developed. However, when Addy was gone Lailani sounded just like her and joked about food a lot, whereas in previous books she had been more serious.
The love triangle trope is so cliche ... it's getting repetitive because each book builds relationships up and then tears them down.
Be prepared for the ending though. There's so much death in this series that I had to take a break before reading book 7. But don't worry. It slows down as the series progresses. You will deal with the main character's PTSD so this can be difficult to read. I wouldn't detract stars just for how the book makes me feel though, because that's a personal feeling. Others have given this series a negative review for making them feel bad, but that's kind of the point. This is war, and the author writes extremely vivid.
But please, put some trigger warnings up, Mr. Arenson.
War is not great. A hero is not born. Courage is not learned. These concepts many don't understand till they have to face their fear and choose to do the right thing versus doing the easy thing. Daniel Areson nails it in each book.
These next three were harder and harder to get through.
Character development was laboured.
There were few new characters developed and beyond endless portrayal of PTSD nothing really develops with the existing characters
Plot lines painfully slow to develop and when they did they were beyond even the most escapist readers ability to believe.
I don't want to put in spoilers so I wont put in details but how 5 people can save the entire world while millions in the military are slaughtered is beyond belief
Top reviews from other countries
Funny, heartrending, satisfying ending
A story of true lifelong friendships.
Waiting for the sequel.