Mutant Hunter (Clone Worlds)

  • by Tobias Roote
  • Narrated by Edward James Beesley
  • 10 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An action-packed space opera novel from the author of the Pattern universe. 
AWA Agent Philus Grady is sent on a clandestine investigation of a terraformed planet suspected of being behind growing hostilities between the CORE Navy and the Allied Worlds. Once there, Grady's unique training quickly uncovers the planet's amazing secret of a repressed truth that will alter history, a truth that almost gets him killed. In a race against time and enemy ships, Grady has to expose the CORE's secret, but will the news spark the war they all fear is coming.


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Secret agent in space.

The story has great pacing and the characters are well written. Action, mystery and a dash of war keep the plot moving forward. I had a great time listen to this. The interactions between the characters are well done. The setting is mostly a standard space bases sci-fi with a few of its own unique bits added in.

The narration is good, clear and easy to listen too. Each character is given a unique voice with both distinct personally and emotion. The narrator does a great job keeping the action tense and the story engaging. The background sound effects they use are done just right, enough to add to the listing experience and not disturb or pull you away from the story.

All in all well worth a listen. I hope they do a book two.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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- Peter

Interesting start to a New Saga

Liking this story as although it might be a bit cheesy to begin with at the start bit Secret Agent James Bond feel i soon warmed up to it.
This is wholly due to the main character Grady, narration by Edward James Beesley helps this Gentleman Spy/ agent persona and if the galaxy feels likes its a bit british then it kinda suits the feel of the story.
As Grady reveals hidden truths and a past thats seems to be darker than first assumed you feel safe in that calm, collected manner that he affects and be jove he shall do the right thing.
An interesting set of characters is the AI personas he comes across which offer some light hearted relief and is a nice touch.
I don't do spoilers but i will be keeping an eye on the next episode.
I requested this audio for free and have chosen to leave an honest review and as such is my own opinion.
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- Scott R

Book Details

  • Release Date: 14-12-2017
  • Publisher: Roote Publishing Ltd