Young war hero Ben Styke commands a colonial garrison in a sleepy frontier suburb. When the governor's cruel brother stops for the night, rising continental tensions force Styke to protect the people of his town in a brutal escalation that threatens to destroy everything and everyone he has fought for.
Occurs 12 years before the events in Sins of Empire.
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By Brett Knight on 01-11-17
Not worth the credit , and it pains me to say it.<br />
I am a huge fan of this series and can not wait for the next full book... but I could barely get through this audio book because of the narration. The sad part is that this fatal flaw was completely avoidable because this is the same reader the author has had read all his short novellas and the feedback from listeners could not have been more straight forward and brutal that the reader was killing his story. I don't know if he didn't care to listen to the fan base of his new book series or if he had no choice. But this is the last chance I give to a book read by this person and I sure hope that doesn't keep me from buying the next audio book in this series... but I just can not take another book read by her even if it is a great book.
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By Berserk on 23-01-18
Julie Hoverson was a terrible choice for this Book
Look I absolutely love Ben Styke as a character. He's the main character in this story, he a gruff and ruthless killer, with a voice that's suppose to sound like the Bass echoes of dyeing star! He's supposed to sound like a man's man. Who the heck though it was a good idea cast a woman voice actor, who cant even sound remotely like a man... I'm sure she did a best, but it completely ruined the story for me.
Audible can do better, this is not worth a credit or money.
The story is interesting and good, but the narrator is huge part of bringing this work to life and this one failed.
They need to bring in another male voice actor and re-release this work. Bring in Geno Segers. Get it together people.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful