Mission after mission the human race is surviving; it is still tough to say how much they can go on with the losses. Mankind is losing heroes and leaders at a rapid pace, if things go on like this there would be no one left to guide them out of the pit of destruction. The machines are after them along with the skinwalker’s leader who has a grudge of his own to settle with the humans. War in Hell Divers VI: Allegiance took may lives, also the current leader of both societies i.e Xavier got injured badly this time.
He is struggling with the war wounds and there is a possibility that he might not survive this time which will break the unity between the two groups. Thus the human race gets into big trouble in Nicholas Sansbury Smith’s latest. The only hope lies in new intel which will stop the machines forever. But there is a shortage of time for the execution of the mission. A delay can give time to the machine world to reach Vanguard Islands which means the result would have an opposite outcome.
Race against time situation makes life terrible for the Hell Divers who are already outnumbered after their last mission. Mourning over the losses looks to be a waste of time in this situation as it is the time when one should think rationally instead of feeding on the emotions. R.C. Bray shows his class just as he displayed his talent in Hell Divers V: Captives, not even a single line looks jumbled up as all the words are clear and accurate. For the one who has listened to all of the parts, this one was a much-awaited part that settles the scores on various levels.
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