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Publisher's Summary

The fight has just begun.

When Halek Cain and his wildly talented crew of runaways, rogue scientists, and rebel commandos arrive in system to save a ship of political refugees, they quickly realize things are not as they seem. The system is full of derelict ships from ancient battles. It's a gold mine of history, resources, and old technology.

But where did these ships come from? And what exactly caused such a battlefield in the first place? Cain must search for answers while evading and combating his enemies, all while protecting those who are closest to him.

As the Last Reaper will soon discover, sometimes you need to risk everything to survive.

©2021 Variant Publications (P)2021 Podium Audio

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fantastic story

series has been a joy to listen to. I really love Tom's take on Cain and I'm excited to see where it goes next. I heard the authors are working on a brand new book in the series (11, I think), so it's cool to pick this up now and get into the universe.

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This was a gritty, fun ride.

The author did a great job keeping story arc continuity from this series. You know how some series mention little nuanced facts that you never see again? That didn’t happen here. Even the dialogue/banter between two main characters made sense. It wasn’t shoe-horned; it was a natural development of the characters. The character skill sets were the same. Not “Surprise! New skill no one knew about and doesn’t make story sense.”

The gritty style of this sci fi author, the “writer’s voice” was thankfully present. I cannot imagine the Reaper series being written any other way. This story has a feel to it, and I’m glad the author kept it in place.

One welcome change was the dialogue between two of the main characters. Not so much of a change, but an evolution that felt natural to the story. It’s how the relationship grew over the arc that made some of this dialogue hilarious at certain points. It’s exactly what they would say to each other and about themselves over time.

The tropes used in this story aren’t immediately visible. The writing quietly carries them while other things take place. It’s nice to not have to wade through information dumps. The writing carries the exposition and tropes organically. That kind of writing is next level. Color me impressed.

I was riveted to the story, and wanted more when it was finished.
Five stars.

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Another great book in this series.

Listened to this book almost none stop. Story is well written and performed as expected.

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Continued excellence

There has been a plethora of anti hero’s in literature, certainly in fantasy and sci/fi, but Halek Cain is unique in the way JN Chaney and Scott Moon crafted his persona. There isn’t any trouble relating to his humanity or his blood rage, in my opinion a nuanced literary feat that makes the reader pull for him regardless of his methodology in obtaining a result. He is surrounded with allies whose stories are as poignant and as complicated as his. This is why amongst both authors myriad of characters they have fashioned in collaboration, or individually, Halek remains my favorite. You won’t regret listening to the whole series.
Regards,
Sam Thompson

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The other half?

This is a good book. No surprise there but it seems like part of a book. I feel like I was just really getting into it and now it’s over. So where is the rest. Good story and performance just a little disappointing on length

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Tom Taylorson is great

I didn't think I would like Tom as the new voice of Halek Cain but he really does deliver. His take on Bug is especially great.

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  • matthew webb
  • 06-23-21

Amazing audiobook

Loved it amazing as always U NEED THIS AUDIOBOOK IN YOU LIFE

The new narrator is really good,

Can't wait for next one,