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Last Man Out

Narrated by: Tim Pabon
Series: Poor Man's Fight, Book 5
Length: 19 hrs and 22 mins
5 out of 5 stars (268 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The deadliest unpaid intern in the galaxy 

Some people struggle to get to college. Tanner Malone had to fight through an interstellar war. Far from home, under a cloud of scandal and propaganda, hunted by assassins and haunted by trauma, Tanner is finally enrolled in a top university. 

He didn’t plan for an archaeological expedition on the far side of human space. He didn’t want more corporate mercenaries or space pirates in his life, either. Yet ancient alien secrets don’t come without cost. If his classmates want to survive the summer, their infamous intern is the only chance they’ve got.

©2018 Elliott Kay (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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would love to see another book in the series

would like to read about Tanner and his friends after college. Maybe another run in with the dust people and resolve the Northstar cliffhanger.

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fresh adventure

the previous 3 books feel like a trilogy. this is a fresh adventure but with the same MC getting dragged into an escalating train of bullshit. while also expanding the story and universe setting the stage for larger conflicts in the future. very much like scifi indiana Jones book.

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Can't wait till the next one!

Another Tanner Malone take you can't quit listening to! And after the cliffhanger at the end of this one, the next one in the series is set up to be just as good! So yeah, can't wait till the next one! Easily five stars all around!

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Out of the park!

Great Story in a Masterful Series!
I can't say enough about how much I've enjoyed this new installment; and how much I look forward to the next.

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Brilliant as always.

This is one of my top series for a reason. The protagonist is relatable, not stupid, not a jerk, not all knowing. He's a real guy dealing with real stuff. After what he has been through, working through PTSD and still managing to be a decent guy to people who have no idea what he has gone through. Can't wait for the next one.

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Structure Fires and International Crisis

This is, in my opinion, the best book of the series. Specifically because of its treatment of PTSD and Tanner's more acerbic personality (which seems to have grown over the series).

This is also much better as audiobook then a book.

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Love the series

amazing series can't get enough of it and can't wait for the next book, Elliott kay is a truly gifted writer for such a series

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  • 10-26-18

Wow, one of the best in the series.

(AKA Die Hard in Space)

I love:
The witty, clean dialogue, the personalities and humour of the characters.

How the universe keeps expanding. All the world building details hinted at are now starting to take center stage

The treatment of PTSD, how these experiences have impacted on the characters throughout the series

The narration, clear differences between characters, even female, with Tanners snark, spite and cynicism dripping from every line.

The only negative is that it might be worth reading/listening to all 4 of the other books in this series before this one, even 4, which doesn't really feature Tanner and is weaker for it, or else you'll have no idea what's going on.

Otherwise, it's a must listen to guys.