Rath's short-lived rebellion has gone horribly wrong. The Senate lies shattered, devastated by a surprise attack. The Federacy sits at the mercy of General Yo-Tsai, a brutal dictator who now controls a super-weapon. Above the planet Tarkis, Rath drifts helplessly in orbit, watching as the Jokuan invasion fleet descends on his homeworld. His girlfriend has been captured, he's running out of air, and he's just a single man against an entire army. But he's also the galaxy's most dangerous assassin...and he's very, very pissed.
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Yes. Typically, I don't listen a book twice but if I did, this one would be at the top of the list.
Rath. it is hard to pick a favorite character out of this book because there is so much going on and the author really develops the other characters, like Boziron, Pason, Dessi, etc.
Personality to the characters. The narrator does an excellent job of using his voice to define the unique personality of each character.
Yes. This is an extremely exciting book that keeps you wanting more.
This is the best of the series. It is action-filled for 7 1/2 hours. I listened to this book in one sitting, that's how good it is. Surprises, twists and turns, it's like being on a roller-coater. If you have read the other Rath books, which you really, you will not be disappointed with this one and you will probably agree that it is the best out of the series.
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