Sector Eight : Perimeter Defense

  • by Michael Atamanov
  • Narrated by Neil Hellegers
  • Series: Perimeter Defense
  • 12 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A strange body that refuses to obey you; a weird game you can't quit until your contract expires; a world teeming with powerful and very real enemies. The game in which your reputation and faction relationship are the only things that matter. These are the conditions of the agreement Ruslan signs without reading.
The only thing he remembers is that he's been contracted to command a space fleet in a brand-new game he knows nothing about. Objective: to survive for six months. After having made some inevitable newbie mistakes, Ruslan has to rethink his strategy, dropping traditional gaming conventions. But what will it cost him? What new trials and tribulations await him that even the game designers have failed to anticipate?


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Unexpected and enjoyable

What made the experience of listening to Sector Eight the most enjoyable?

The narrator did a tremendous job of making the book seem engaging, where I have heard others sounding borderline melancholy, Neil kept you on tenterhooks, that worked brilliantly with the writing style.

Who was your favorite character and why?


What about Neil Hellegers’s performance did you like?

His narration keeps you engaged.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Some of the one-liners before launching into battle were brilliantly placed.

Any additional comments?

Buying Book 2 and 3 and hopefully up to 18.... I mean, its possible for the author to pump out 15 books in the next twenty hours and get them narrated right? I don't mind having Neil on the phone reading them to me to be honest.

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Very good book, once you get past the grammatical errors and lack of conversational bias, essentially, every time in a conversation you would use ‘I’m’ this book uses ‘I am’, ‘I cannot’ instead of I can’t’ etc, it’s a very little thing, or so it sounds, but the style of writing and descriptions very nearly made me return the book, but after several hours you stop noticing it as much, and the story is very very good. Persevere and it’s worth it!
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- Jez Cajiao

Book Details

  • Release Date: 13-06-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio