The Liberation of Earth

(2 customer reviews)


The Infinite Winston Saga continues in The Liberation of Earth!

In the timeline next door, Earth has been occupied by the alien Amphibite Empire since the Teddy Roosevelt Administration.

For one hundred years, the Amphibites have used the Human Soldiers of Earth to spread their control throughout the galaxy.

Winston Carmichael, a Sergeant First Class in The H.S.E., is retiring from military service and going to Indianapolis University. After seeing the horrors of the expansionist frontier as a soldier, along with fighting the rebel Rough Riders on Earth, Winston wants to join the elite Higher Caste and make life better for humanity. However, his hatred of all the terrible things he did in the name of Empire might be too much. The sobs of the local planetary nationals still kept him up at night. He wondered if the Rough Riders could sleep any better. Then he wondered if he should join them, just to kill as many Amphibites as he could.

2 reviews for The Liberation of Earth

  1. RJ

    This has been an engaging, intriguing short story. While listening, I was waiting for the hook, the plot, or the point to the story. After a while, it became clear that there was no plot to speak of. It was a discussion between two friends on the best way to effect change in the world. I tried to fit this discussion into the present day and realized that this story is timeless. It would be relevant in present-day or at any time in history. The narrator, Jason Sprenger was outstanding. His voice and the story together were mesmerizing. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Jerry Harkey

    Winston and a cast of characters, all well-developed, struggle against oppression by the alien Amphibite Empire. The intrigue bounces to and fro and I’m not sure if anyone really won the day. Still, an interesting listen and 2 & 1/2 hours well spent.

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