Earth Shout: Book 3 in the Earth Song Series

Earth Shout: Book 3 in the Earth Song Series


, Science Fiction

The saga continues in the page-turning Earth Song series.

With only four years left until the Kimprak asteroid ship arrives in our solar system to launch their invasion of Earth, Lauren, Jack and the team must track down Lucy’s waking micro minds so they can protect our world from the Overseers.

But on the eve of launching a network of CubeSats, Tom is still missing in the field. What happened to him and why is Alice, president of the Sky Dreamer Corp, so evasive whenever his name is brought up?

Meanwhile, Tic Tac UFO sightings have greatly increased, along with those of the TR-3B Astras, the top-secret US antigravity military craft. Are these events linked to what Tom was investigating before he so mysteriously disappeared?

Back at Eden, Ariel is nearing completion – Sky Dreamer Corp’s own secret antigravity prototype craft that promises to give them the edge they so badly need in their fight against the Overseers. But with tensions within the team at an all-time high, can Lauren find her feet as the true leader she needs to become to guide the others through their greatest challenge yet?

Earth Cry is the sequel to Earth Shout, and is part of the Multiverse Chronicles, an epic series of interlinked stories that includes the Fractured Light trilogy, following humanity’s struggle to survive across parallel universes.

Suggested reading order of the Multiverse Chronicles

(1) The Signal

(2) The Earth Song series, Earth Song, Earth Cry, Earth Shout and coming soon, Earth Shriek.

(3) The Fractured Light trilogy, Fractured Light, Fading Light, Death of Light (please note although these have been written with teenager protagonists they are written as crossovers suitable for everyone). The events covered in this trilogy occur after the Earth Song series.

Title:Earth Shout: Book 3 in the Earth Song Series
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    Earth Shout: Book 3 in the Earth Song Series Reviews

  • Wade Higgins

    Good series....butGood yarn and told well generally if you can wade thru the adolescent, teenage angst sections that are more like 16 Candles or the Breakfast Club than a serious sci-fi series. It’s...

  • Marjorie

    Lauren is a jump in first ask questions later kind of gal, so you know keeping a low profile and waiting for a well thought out safe plan is not going to go over well with her - especially when she ge...

  • Su

    This series just gets better and better. With each book the team finds another part of the minds and there ID always action and adventure included. There is even a little romance thrown in. But the be...

  • James Moloney

    My favourite book of the series so far. As my previous reviews for the other books, I really like the simplicity of the sci fi. It’s not too far fetched, and definitely keeps you gripped. The books ...

  • G.B.

    I'm enjoying the series and found book three to be as exciting as the first two. The typos, missing words and character name spelling changes were distracting. (Niki was spelled three different ways.)...

  • Rick Riccobono

    Earth ShoutThe plot thickens. Lauren and the crew have to find the micro minds. Downloading and ready to read Earth Howl😮...

  • Cameron

    Oh hell yes! A fun series,great readI read alot. Nick cook hit a touchdown with the "Earth" series. Great character's,great concept, great plot. More please Mr. Cook....

  • mark fowler

    Well done Nick Yet another great book in the series and can't wait to move on to the next one.sure it will be as good as the others.😁...

  • Stitch

    Another rip roaring adventure. Enjoyed the read very much....

  • Steven R.

    Great BookI really enjoyed this book. Lots of action and intrigue. You will not forget the dogfights, etc. that come along. ...