The story of rookie pilot Lt. Halley's first drop ship command. (A short story in the Terms of Enlistment universe.)
©2013 Marko Kloos (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
uh, 33 minutes for the same price as 2 plus hours
Fine...but he didn't have to work all that hard...
Anger...33 mins? Seriously?
Someone should be ashamed of charging money for this short story. If this were scripted into a movie scene it might get 5 minutes of screen time--if it didn't hit the cutting room floor first.
I bought this book quickly without really looking because I was in the middle of something and it was the next book in the series. My fault for not looking, but this book is stupidly short. I just paid almost $6 dollars for what amounts to a commercial. Not really sure I want to give this author or the production crew any more money after this BS.
Most memorable moment of this story? Hearing the audible narrator saying he hopes I enjoyed this production less than an hour after I hit play and realizing I just threw away my money.
This is a classical western faithful horse/companion story set in the 22nd century. Lucky 13 is Lt. Halley's first drop ship and it has a well earned bad reputation. If you have read any of the "Terms of Enlistment" series you will recognize Lt. Halley as Andrew Grayson's (the main character of the series - girl friend). She & 13 fly the unfriendly sky's and together they turn the ships bad reputation around on it's tail fins.
This is an enjoyable story but at 33min for $6. it is a bit of a disappointment. Sort of like the epipen price gouging. If is was a third of going price - say $1.95 I would be happy and not feel as if I had been abused.
Awesome Lt Haley backstory but to short by an order of magnitude, still worth the time
Although short, I was happy to see some fleshing of Halley's character with this short story. The portrayal of her demeanor gives a better feel for who she is than what's been in the series so far.
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