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- Species Imperative, Book 2
- Narrated by: Angele Masters
- Length: 20 hrs and 24 mins
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Senior co-administrator of the Norcoast Salmon Research Facility, Dr. Mackenzie Connor was a biologist who studied the spawning habits of salmon. Then, last season, just as she and Dr. Emily Mamani were starting their research, they were interrupted by the arrival of Brymm, the first Dhryn to set foot on Earth.
And suddenly everything changed for Mac, Emily, Brymn, the human race, and all the member races of the Interspecies Union. Base was attacked, Em was kidnapped by the mysterious Ro, and Mac and brymn had to flee for their lives to the Dhryn home world.
What should have been Earth's best hope - an attempt to forge an alliance with the Dhyrn against the Ro - went horribly wrong. Mac nearly lost her life, and the peaceful, isolationist Dhyrn abandoned their world, hurtling out on an unfathomable path of destruction through civilized space.
Now the members of the IU feel the only hope of stopping the Dhryn is to contact the Ro and ask for help. But no one knows how to accomplish that.
As the enemy destroys life on planet after planet, the IU organizes a secret Gathering of every being with information on the Dhryn. With the data available there, Mac begins to suspect that the Dhyrn may not be ruthless destroyers. Their actions may be a response to something simpler and more deadly - the imperative to migrate. But even if Mac is right, can she and her team discover why this is happening and how to halt the Dhryn?
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Love the story - 'hero's' voice not for me
I am a longtime fan of the series, and was excited to listen to the audio version. For the most part the narrator does a very good job keeping voices distinct and accents unique, with the exception of some male voices which sound very very similar - when she tries to make a deep male voice the accents are all the same. Also, not quite sure who made decision on what voice/accent to use for the male protagonist but doesn't work for me. That said I have listened to the first two and will definitely buy the third.
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Addicted now and can’t stop
It is hard to find books with worlds and characters that I grow so fond of, and that I miss when I finish the last chapter. I was unsure with the first book is this series would be one of them. This second book gave me the feels that I crave. I’m still not happy with the narrator’s choices for male voices but they have grown on me to the point I no longer flinch when they speak. I love the female voices and some female leaning gender neutral voices.
So will you love this book as much as I did? No idea but if you love slow moving stories that give the sensation of chocolate melting in your mouth, then this series might be something you enjoy.