A lonely life.
But, the artifact that had chosen him to be Salvage Merc One was about to change all that and put him to a true test of his abilities. A quest was set before him. Impossible monsters, nightmares turned reality, his own greatest fears come to life, Joe was about to face the greatest mission of his life. And the cost of failure could be his very soul!
The second novel in the hit Salvage Merc One series, The Daedalus System is non-stop action, adventure, intrigue, and inter-dimensional horror, all told by everyone's favorite snarky Salvage Merc, Joe Laribeau.
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By Mark on 25-09-16
Alice escapes Wonderland in a stolen Starship.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I really didn't enjoy this one, so no... I couldn't recommend it. But that doesn't mean others won't enjoy it.
What could Jake Bible have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
I don't know. If I was on acid, it might make more sense to me, but I just couldn't follow the story line. And there was too much "Foe 'n Crud" in the dialogue. The Faux 'n Crud just kept coming, and I thought "If I hear that guy say Foe 'n Crud one more Fauxing time I'm going to stop listening to this Faux 'n Crud and do something productive.
Have you listened to any of Andrew B. Wehrlen’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I haven't listened to any of his other work, but Andrew has a great voice, and a great delivery style. Unfortunately the dialogue he was tasked with delivering just didn't click with me.
Was Salvage Merc One: The Daedalus System worth the listening time?
I tried. I tried three times actually. But I never managed to finish it. So No... for me it was not.
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By Steelgator on 18-03-17
Was just plain stupid.
The First book in this series was ok so I decided this one was worth a try.Big mistake. The story was all over the place . The main character turned into an idiot. The only saving grace was Joe's assistant also the narrator was good.
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