This audio book would sound so much better and be easier to follow sometimes if the narrator used different voices for the different characters.
Sometimes I didn't know who was suppose to be speaking because he didn't change a voice even between male and female.
Because of that I couldn't even tell when a whole scene change between different people in different places.
This is an excellent book! (Since there is a word count minimum... thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.)
Excellent narration. Each Character had their own voice and were clearly delineated.
As for the story itself, I was quite intrigued as the main protagonists grew out of their suspicious cynical syndicate ways into a more 'human' way of looking at events and motivations. After the rather sensitive handling of the "good guys", I was repelled by the paradoxically broad brush with with the enemy was painted. First of all, they were called "snakes" and they had absolutely no gradations: they were all evil, underhanded, sly, and lying.
There were some good battle scenes and the negotiations between the main characters were fascinating!
If audible was like Wal-Mart then I would return this book. I just couldn't enjoy this
I enjoyed this look into the syndic side of the Lost Fleet universe. I will definitely keep reading.
It was a good story and interesting when reading right after reading the Lost Frontier story. It bugged me that names were pronounced differently. I also struggled without a real character to root for but find the development interesting. I will read the next in the series
The performance was clean, but entirety in a breathless monotone. Voices were done well, but it seemed hurried and stressed throughout.