I really have enjoyed both The Lost Fleet, and The Lost Fleet, Beyond the Frontier series.
this is the 3rd time I've listened to all these audio books.
Next on my list will be Tarnished Knight: The Lost Stars, book 1, and then the other 2 books in that series.
I love the way the author views alien psychology, evolution, and tactics. Enjoyable twists, exciting battles, and solid character development. This is likely my favorite of the whole lost fleet. The one down side (not a big concern) is that voices between the lost stars and beyond the frontier miss the mark slightly for consistancy. Not a big deal and understandable given the size but somewhere around the second or third listen you notice it... Yeah... You might want to read it 2-3 times cause it's that good. Enjoy.
narration was perfect! well spoken, great characters.
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Well written, exceptionally read, interesting story with a perfect amount of humor. I highly recommend.
This book marked a couple of developments for me:
1) I'm tired of the constant marital back-and-forth between Geary & Desjani. Ditto for the jealousy between Desjani and Rione, and pretty much anything to do with Desjani. Unfortunately, she's in just about every scene, standing over Geary's shoulder and being just about the most annoying character in recent memory.
2) Christian Rummel's reading is a tour-de-force of nicely-employed accents to help distinguish characters, as usual. However, does he *have* to use the most inarticulate and stupid-sounding accents every time there's an NCO speaking? Every time he broke into Vinny Barbarino as the Chief Gianini character, it completely broke me out of the story.
Despite those two annoyances, I still enjoyed the book overall. I guess I'll just be taking a break before I grab another, or maybe I'll switch back to print for the next one.