The existence of Book 2: Exiles in Audible stock would have made this book better. The audiobook does exist, however, for reasons that Audible and Amazon have not yet replied to me about, Book 2 does not exist in Audible's library. If you get hooked with book one Exodus, you'll definitely want to listen to Book 2 only to find out that Audible does not have book 2 (as of this posting in mid January 2012).
My most memorable moment is the cliffhanger when Chekhov gets involved in a special mission near the end of the book.
Mr. Gaines' performance was okay: not remarkable but not distracting with his style. The only thing is that his female voice characterizations are slightly comical. To publisher: there are plenty of out-of-work Star Trek actors. Why did not you use one of them?
The book didn't spark Anger, Sadness or Disapointment, but Audible did spark Anger, Sadness and Disapointment when I found out that Audible does not have book 2 and have not yet responded to my email regarding that issue.
Audible needs better customer service. I haven't yet received an answer regarding Book 2 and now Audible is asking me to rate the book.When Audible makes available a series of books, trilogy, etc. Audible should check if they have the complete series, otherwise post up front in the book description that Book 2 is currently not available, or something to that effect. I never thought to check if Audible had the complete series when I signed up with Audible. I assumed that they would have the whole series.
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