Summary

Razer Station is one of the most notorious stations in the galaxy. Criminals, con artists, freaks, rebels, junkies, and smugglers inhabit the space station that floats at the outer edge of civilization.
It's Roak's kind of place.
But, Roak isn't on Razer for a little R&R; he's there on a job.
For Roak, it should be an easy job - track down an old tech that has been targeted by several corporations and deliver the tech to the corporations.
Except Razer Station is never that accommodating and Roak's easy job quickly turns into a nightmare battle for survival and a race across the station before it all goes up in flames.
The third chapter in the Roak saga continues with more grit, more grime, and more bodies than ever. Roak is pissed and gunning for anyone and everyone that dares get in his way!
©2017 Jake Bible (P)2017 Jake Bible
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3 out of 5 stars
By Layla on 07-12-17

OK

I found it difficult to get into this book. I found it slow going at times and it did not really pull me in. I noticed others really liked it, so others might do too. It is just not really for me. It is full of action, so there is some violence and profanity.

The narrator is OK and I don't mind listening to him again.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By MR on 05-12-17

Absolutely brilliant!!!!

This is my second venture into the Roak series and I love it. think of a bloodthirsty Star Wars without the force.

The story itself speeds along with frequent action but does not feel rushed in anyway.

The narrator does a great job bringing this book to life, managing to make each character distinctive and believable.

I was given this audio book to provide a non-biased review which this is and I am thoroughly looking forward to the next instalment.

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5 out of 5 stars
By jason young on 27-11-17

Another great story from Jake Bible!

I throughly enjoy Roak's sense of humor and sarcastic wit. The banter he shares with his ship's AI. makes me smile. The story has some twists and turns, and left me wanting more. Andrew B. wehrlen's voice is a perfect complement to Roak, I can't imagine anyone else reading it. And now I have to find the next book to find out what happens.

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4 out of 5 stars
By tearai on 17-01-18

Another great Roak romp!

OK, I am a fan of both Jake Bible and Andrew Wehrlen and I am not ashamed to say it.

Razer Edge is another great space romp featuring the irrepressible Roak and a cast of wacky characters. What I like most about Bible's novels is the range of different characters and species he can dream up and how he seems to seamlessly weave them into the story.

Yep, there was probably a bit too much wanton violence in this one, but it is done in good humour and in no way detracts from the tale. The only downside for me is that the story doens't have a clean ending and it leaves us waiting on Roak's next outing for a conclusion to his current problems. Nothing wrong with another Roak tale though.

As always Andrew Wehrlen does a great job on narration, keeping the pace right, separating the main character voices and generally luring us through the story.

Finally, I want to thank the author/narrator for providing me this book, free of charge, in return for an unbiased review.

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