• Honor Bound

  • A Military Sci-Fi Series (Duty, Honor, Planet, Book 2)
  • By: Rick Partlow
  • Narrated by: Ryan Burke
  • Length: 18 hrs and 21 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (77 ratings)

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By: Rick Partlow
Narrated by: Ryan Burke
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Publisher's Summary

Some enemies just won’t die.... 

Return to the star-spanning human Republic of Duty, Honor, Planet as Chief of Fleet Intelligence Jason McKay and his deadly Executive Officer Shannon Stark take on another dire threat to humanity! 

General Antonov’s Protectorate returns to menace the Republic from without, while a possible military coup gestates within its borders. 

Are the two connected? Will McKay and Stark be able to put the pieces together before it’s too late? 

Start listening to the explosive sequel to Duty, Honor, Planet today to find out! It's perfect for fans of Jay Allan, Jasper T. Scott, and Scott Bartlett.

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Action Packed, Layered Espionage

Jason, Shannon, Jock, Vinny, etc are all back in the 2nd book. It is approximately 6 years later. Former senator O’Keefe is now president. His daughter is a senator and has a daughter with the president’s advisor Glenn. Odd things seem to start happening. The president, Jason and Shannon all believe that it could be General Antonov. A colony is destroyed and brass casings are found. Is it the return of the protectorate or is it someone trying to make it look like the protectorate? Jason and other fly out to investigate.

Shannon and the rest of the team stay back. Was the attack a diversion? General Antonov is always three steps ahead. He is a brilliant psychopath who is bent on taking over ‘his’ planet, Earth. The team investigates a coup within the Colonial Guard or CG to see if there is any tie to the colony attack.

Without giving anything away, I will say that there are so many twists and turns, that no matter when you think you have it figured out, there is another layer of deception and planning. Some of the characters from the first book, do not survive this one and some turn traitor. If you enjoyed the first one, you will definitely enjoy this one.

Ryan Burke, once again did a great job with the characters and narration.

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Great second book

A great addition to my Rick Partlow library. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

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Good Follow Up to "Duty Honor Planet"

I enjoyed this book, though not quite as much as the first installment of the series. It is still well worth your time and investment. I certainly recommend this second book in the series.

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Rick Partlow is amazing!

The first book in this series is not what attracted me to it. It was the other amazeballs books he has written. This series is different from, but just as good as, Drop Troopers. I love it when the second book is just as good as the first. This is one of those times. The narrator does not add or detract from the story.

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Absolutely Fantastic!!!

Amazing book. Keeps you engaged all the way through. A masterpiece of science fiction.

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Great performance

Book well written, although slightly repetitive with Antonov always coming back. Great characters, great descriptive writing, really holds your interest. The performance is really really good, one of the best I've heard.
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Outstanding in every respect great series move on

This is the second story of series and as the first it was exciting from the moment the introduction
The hero has grown and the supporting character are somewhat better the first book. The narration is consistent and Ryan Burke light growing brighter. Great narrator
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  • 03-14-21

Enjoyed book 1, loved book 2

Great follow on adventure. So many sub plots working through within the overall storyline. None of them dragged on. Great characters from book 1 to book 2 with logical growth over the story time line. Time to find book 3.

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  • Richard McKenna
  • 09-07-22

it's ok. his later stuff is better.

there are a few errors with narration but generally it is ok. I wouldn't listen to it more than once though