A prolific writer for film, television, and theater, Philip Palmer here delivers a science-fiction thriller that rockets along from blistering start to fiery conclusion.
A juggernaut striking fear into the hearts of planets that fall within its path, the Hell Ship mercilessly slaughters innocents as it travels through space, amassing slaves. But one slave, Sharrock, refuses to accept his shackles—and his cause is soon to be boosted by Jak, who’s following the ship and determined to destroy it for its crimes.
©2011 Philip Palmer (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
Well this is a tough one. I will say it has GREAT narration. Now for the story. This story is a strange one. It's not bad just very different. I has more foul language then if it was written by Frank Zappa's evil twin. You'll laugh of 5 streight minutes at a time of constant swearing,the most foul stuff you ever heard. The story has a good plot. It does not have all good science. But it gets by. Over all not to bad not great either. But worth listing to. I'm not shore why! LOL
Maybe it's fantasy? I don't know why fantasy and Sci Fi are often put in the same catagory because they are distinctly different genre. The author is a great writer but not a Science Fiction writer. Weird aliens and monsters don't make it Sci Fi.
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