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Dockside is burning, and it's up to everybody's least favorite Army-surplus cyborg to fix it. 

It starts when somebody takes a hit out on The Chairman, and quickly spirals into a mystery that takes Roland and his hyper-kinetic partner Lucia far from New Boston and into the depths of unregulated star systems. To save his home, Roland will need to figure out who would risk upsetting the delicate truce in Dockside before the peace crumbles and the streets run red with blood. Unfortunately for the pair of them, it could be anyone! 

Everybody wants to control the docks and everybody hates the Chairman. Is it the Pirate King of frontier space? Is it the gigantic mega-corporation who is tired of the docks being harassed? Is The Combine finally falling apart? Could it be...Rodney the Dwarf? It's probably not Rodney, but Roland will need to ask hard questions of some hard people. It's a good thing Roland is the kind of guy who knows how to get answers. 

The guns will blaze and the fists will fly as the galaxy's least likely duo of problem-solvers hop the next ship to deep space and teach a whole new crop of mad science gone awry that wherever The Fixer goes: 

Hell follows.

©2017 Andrew Vaillencourt (P)2017 The Slide Rule Group, LLC

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Great book with a interesting premise and fun characters

So this book was well made and written and this series holds a special place in my heart. If anything can tell you how much I enjoy these books I’ll tell you that I’ve listened to the entire series multiple times and have enjoyed the ride every time. But in this latest read and a few times before it I noticed a small error in the writing. *Spoilers* when Mac is fighting Grim Roper in the vlad’s ship the author mentions that the sasori’s daggers are named after scorpions but we haven’t been told the name of the blades yet. This is so small that I really didn’t notice until later and I really enjoy these books

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Unapologetic Guy Book

Another solid and straightforward entry from Andrew Vaillencourt. This book has some interesting political wrangling, a smattering of romance and dangerous flirting, and an antagonist twist. But at it's heart, it is a fast-paced action book. This is an unapologetic story for the stereotypical, beer-drinking dude. And the characters are PERFECT for that kind of universe. Actually, the characters are the reason I kicked this from an enjoyable four stars to an outstanding five.

I listened to this as an audiobook, and Jay Ben Markson continues to impress. Great pacing and character representation. I especially got a huge kick out of his representation of the few parts with the "blood-thirsty action junky" named Bernadette.

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  • Matthew Le Breton
  • 02-14-20

great follow up with new elements and range

I loved the first book in the series, ordnance, so moved straight onto this. The scope of the story increases from dirty streets to violent space and new and interesting characters arrive in the narrative. It's lovely to have a mix of humour, concept, tech, mech battles and a slice of emotionally complexity all wrapped up in a gravelly noir tone. It's a boost that is it so well narrated, as I have had several other writers on audible where the text is good but the narration is a bit wooden. In this series the characters really come to life in a beautiful alive way. I continue to be impressed. I just spent 3 days in hospital having my thumb put back together. (circular saw do'oh) and these first two books saw me very entertainingly through hoooooouuurrssss of waiting around and drip drip of IV's. lucky to have had them. So onto the next now, oh and that's next book in the series, not next thumb. Highly Recommend!

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  • Iain Campbell
  • 12-06-19

Get woke go broke.

Felt shorter than the first book so I guess I must have enjoyed it more!
Not gonna lie though it got a bit woke when visiting the Dwarf, I rolled my eyes very hard and almost stopped listening. Virtue signalling while claiming to be the next best thing to Altered Carbon...No, just no.