The Antaran Codex

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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael G Kurilla on 12-02-15

Probation is Sirius business

Stephen Renneberg's the Antaran Codex is a solid sci-fi thriller with enough plot twists to maintain the tension through to the very end. Sirius Kade is a merchant captain with a secret intelligence operative background. Along with his crew, a drunken oaf and an alien outcast, as well as a sometime girlfriend who can't decide whether to swindle or bed him, Sirius goes undercover and finds himself in the middle of a plan to keep Earth from joining the galactic club of recognized sentients.

The sci-fi elements are largely physics with faster than light drives along with various unremarkable alien species. The science is not the focal point, rather an elaborate mystery that Sirius must unravel is the main draw. The pacing is excellent with a good mixture of action scenes and detective sleuthing.

The narration was quite respectable with a good range of voices and interesting renditions of the various alien races. While clearly a self contained storyline, the characters and this universe, make for intriguing follow-on installment potential.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Sean on 11-11-17

Terrific Science Fiction

I love this book and this reading! I only had a problem with the voice choice for Mace, which is why I gave the performance 4/5. Other than that I can't wait for the second book to show up on audible!

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