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Kaiju Kirabati (Kaiju Deadfall Book 2)

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Aiden Walker barely survived the first alien Kaiju incursion in the U.S. where tens of thousands died. A fourth Kaiju has landed in Kiribati in the South Pacific. The aliens learned from their first defeat. Now, Major Walker and his constant side kick, Sergeant Costas, face an even greater challenge with Kaiju Kiribati.
The rules have changed and failure is not an option.
Kindle Edition, 311 pages
Published November 23rd 2015 by Severed Press
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Mkittysamom
What will the Aliens send now?!

So hopefully by this point you have read the first book and you know that the first 3 Kaiju were made of bio (organic) and robot matter. The Kaiju and their built in self supporting creatures tend to resemble bugs (ticks, wasps, spiders, fleas, etc) and ugly and smelly too, as well as being cannibal in nature. And the first 3 were remote piloted, which is how they were destroyed.. only 2 men returned from that mission only to be fast tracked to Beta Team in charge
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THE MEAN OLE ALIEN PETS ARE AT IT AGAIN THEY ARE....

Hello, this is a really good story and very entertaining to read. The characters are great. Good stuff. Sit back and enjoy. Thanks.
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Great book...

Over all, I very much enjoyed this book. I subtracted one star because of the errors in spelling and sentence structure...but that is not a major issue in the book. There were maybe ten of less such errors, which I highlighted in case the author would like me to privately point out. So far as the story, it is top notch and the author does a fine job of telling it.
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