Alien: Sea of Sorrows Book Review

Hello Gemmies! I have a new audiobook review to share with you today. Alien: Sea Of Sorrows by James A. Moore is an original story set in the Alien universe, 300 years after the events in Alien: River Of Pain and Alien: Out of The Shadows. This is an entertaining audible dramatization complete with full cast narration and sound effects. This story fits well into the main storyline. We find ourselves back on LV-178, the planet from Alien: Out of Shadows. There is tons of action and corporate shadiness thanks to the Weyland- Yutani Corporation.


While the story was entertaining, the introduction of a descendant of Ripley who also happens to have psychic abilities is a bit of a stretch and honestly a complication the story did not need. The alien action is enough to make this a must read/listen for any fan of the series. The production quality is top notch and Stockard Channing narrates the character Andrea Rollins to pure bitchy perfection! At only five hours and seven minutes long, this is a great way to escape for an afternoon. This is the third and last book in the Canonical Alien Trilogy.


If you are a fan of the Alien franchise, like monsters in space, science fiction horror, and heart stopping action give this book a try. Produced by Audible Ltd, and Directed by Dirk Maggs, Alien: Sea of Sorrows is available for purchase from Audible and all major booksellers. I give Alien: Sea of Sorrows 4 out of 5 gems. Happy Listening!


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