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Prison Planet Audiobook

Prison Planet: The Rim Confederacy Book 3

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"After a failed planetary rebellion, the rebel leader and his men are all given life sentences on Halberd, the RIM Confederacy prison planet and sent to the maximum island penitentiary - a prison that has never had a successful escape.

And under his admiral's orders, Captain Tanner Scott has also been sent to do RIM Navy duty on the planet with the mission to give up his alcohol dependency. While he knows that this is what is expected of him by the admiral, he finds it more difficult to do that he'd ever imagined.

Tanner meets a woman - the sister of the rebel leader and while he falls in love with her, he is not sure that the feeling is mutual. Yet he tries to straighten out his life and his drinking but instead he is faced with the choice of a lifetime - love or death.

Against incredible odds in the middle of a prison planet escape, he makes his choice...and more than his own life depends upon that choice...forever changing the future of the RIM!"

©2015 Jim Rudnick (P)2016 Jim Rudnick

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    Jason 06-22-16
    Jason 06-22-16 Member Since 2009

    I am listening to something everyday!

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    "Good book that continues the series!"

    A continuation of the Rim Confederacy story-line. Worth the credit.


    This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.

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    Serenity 03-16-16
    Serenity 03-16-16
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    "No one escapes!!"

    Good story, Captain Scott has been told to clean up his act and is sent to be the Rim Navy presence at the Prison Planet. Given a year to sober up, this book moves along nicely but still seems to spend to much time on drinking!! Capt Scott is better in this book, but still lacks something as a leading character.

    Well read by Eric Martin, delivers a polished performance again and is easy to listen too.

    "This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

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    Amazon Customer 03-04-16 Member Since 2015

    I'm a long haul truck driver that fills my drive time with listening to audio books and reviewing them.

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    "Very difficult to follow."

    I found it hard to follow when starting on the third book in the series.

    "This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

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    Steve H. Caldwell Tacoma, WA 03-03-16
    Steve H. Caldwell Tacoma, WA 03-03-16 Member Since 2016

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    "This entry takes some interesting turns"

    I am a big fan of this series, and really like how it has developed until the end of this book. This book took what i think of as a weird turn at the end, though, so weird in fact that I was left scratching my head, saying huh? The rest of the book is good, with the Captain and crew of the Merwick stationed on the RC's prison planet as the navy presence as punishment for the Captain being a falling down drunk and the crew covering for him. Some exiles from the royal family of the Caliphate are imprisoned there, and attempt to escape/assassinate some government officials. Well, Captain Tanner Scott is not putting up with that. The Lady St. August is up to her neck in intrigue again, as is the Baroness, which leads to the surprise ending. Lets just say you wont see it coming. The characters are well drawn, although not particularly sympathetic, and the setting is realistic. The battles are well plotted, and the plot is fast paced and keeps the reader interested. The ending just left me a little cold, though. Eric martin did a great job as usual to bring the story to life, giving each character a unique voice. Fans of jack Campbell and H. Paul Honsinger should enjoy this series.

    I was given a review copy of this audiobook free of charge in return for an honest review from Audiobook Blast.

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    Sidney United States 01-21-16
    Sidney United States 01-21-16 Member Since 2016
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    "An improving story line"
    What did you love best about Prison Planet?

    The series has developed through the 3 books and this book has brought the story to a new and stronger point. There was more interaction between the characters and a lot of intrigue.


    What other book might you compare Prison Planet to and why?

    I really can't compare this book to any other since the concept is unique.


    What about Eric Martin’s performance did you like?

    Eric Martin did an exceptional job on this book in his narration. Well spoken and very understandable. He also put a great deal of feeling into his performance. I was able to differentiate the various characters and he did a great job of injecting both excitement and grief felt by them.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When Scott was forced to kill someone for whom he had a personal connection


    Any additional comments?

    "I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com"

    This series started out as only good. It has developed into a much stronger story line and you actually can feel the anguish of the characters.

    The idea of a space going empire(s) still hung up on the royalty issue is a bit far fetched but worse has happened throughout history. The personal trials of the characters make for fine theater also. This book lacked a lot of drama as it simply developed a situation that had to be resolved and carried through.

    The book did leave the main character at a major crossroads in their life though. I look forward to see how this resolves itself.

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