Jace Hughes is a Renegade.
That means taking almost any job that comes his way, no matter the situation. So long as he can keep his ship floating, he's free to live the life he wants. But that all changes when he meets Abigail Pryar, a nun looking for safe passage out of the system. Too bad there's something off about the cargo she's carrying.
Jace knows he shouldn't ask too many questions, but when strange sounds start coming from inside the large, metal box, he can't help but check it out. Big mistake. To make matters worse, he's being pursued by unknown ships - people who want that cargo. Does Jace give up the goods and hand over the nun ...or does he risk it all for an even bigger payout?
Renegade Atlas, book Two
The search for Earth has begun.
After barely escaping the Union's grasp, The Renegade Star is off to parts unknown. Every member of its crew is a wanted fugitive. None of them can ever return home.
But all is not lost. Thanks to Lex, a strange girl with a remarkable gift, the path to Earth has been revealed. According to ancient myth, Earth holds valuable treasures, lost technology, and endless secrets, ripe for the taking. Jace and his new friends have a chance to discover it all, but only if they can keep Lex out of the Union's grasp.
Doing so won't be easy. With enemies on all sides, the deck is stacked against them, but nothing in this universe comes easy when you're a Renegade.
If you're a fan of Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, or Leviathan Wakes, you'll love this epic, space opera thriller.
Warning: This book contains action, cussing, and general badassery. Listen at your own risk.
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By Poppey on 03-07-18
If you're new to sci-fi and have no great expectations, then you will enjoy this. However, I found the narrator's voice OTT at times, which spoilt it for me.
I found the idiotic behaviour of Jace, the Captain, to be really annoying, especially when it took him forever to figure out that they had been tagged, which was why the Union could locate them at every turn. I would think most of us figured that one out within the first couple of minutes.
All that aside, this story did have the making of a good plot, with a few tweaks.
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By Frank Armand on 28-03-18
Luke Daniels and JN Chaney make great content!
I was so excited to hear that Chaney was able to get the legendary Luke Daniels to narrate his new series. I have already ready through the five Renegade books and it's a thrill to go through them once more with the Audible version. 5 but stars, if you're a fan of science fiction, Firefly type of stuff you should definitely check this out, I can't recommend it enough.
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By Anonymous User on 02-04-18
A great book to get lost in for the weekend
If you have burnt through all the new great space operas such as Bobiverse, Frontlines, Expeditionary Forces, Undying Mercs, Omega Force, etc.. and are looking for something great and fun to get lost in, then this is PERFECT. In terms of sci-fi, it is easy to follow, more on the hard sci-fi side (not that it is highly "scientific", but it isn't outlandishly unbelievable either), has a great narrator, and keeps you interested with those occasional "no no no!.. phew!" moments of yelling at your speakers.
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