• No More Lies

  • The Chronicles of Benjamin Jamison, Book 3
  • By: Thomas A. Wright
  • Narrated by: Guy Williams
  • Length: 12 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (122 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Recovered from his captivity aboard the Cjittan Generations Vessel, Benjamin Jamison has decided it is time...time to get to the bottom of what really happened to his family while there are no demands on him. Not an investigator by trade, he goes about getting information the only way he knows how - forcefully. 

With the help of his crew and a bloody scrap of paper, he will uncover more than he bargained for, including some information he wishes never came to light. Love, hate, sorrow, and betrayal are his traveling companions, but even so, the journey is not without its rewards. 

Benjamin Jamison is about to end what he started last year on the planet Anubis and force truth into the light. Force the past to give up long-buried information. He will do it or die trying and isn’t listening to...no more lies.

©2016 Thomas A. Wright (P)2019 Thomas A. Wright

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Good book, decent narration, worth the money.

The narratot, Guy Williams is somewhat monotoned. He lacks appropriate emotions in his vocals. Yet he manages to make it work more often than not.
The plot is not overly extended. The action sequences are not detailed with the wit of a 10 year old, and the contents are not saturated with a thousand love scenes.

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Excellent series

This is a classic space adventure of a broken souled MC. Throughout the series, the MC puts family and friends above himself in all respects save one. When the fighting starts, he is the king. This book is an excellent section of the story, but not my favorite. Mainly because there is more breakage of the MC, in such a manner that fits the story, but just doesn’t appeal to me. Overall an excellent series, and I am already on to the next chapter in this adventure. Mr. Williams is an outstanding narrator, and as always does an amazing job.

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great novel and narration

another great book in the Benjamin Jamison series. the narration was great, as expected from Guy Williams. the only thing that kept slightly boddering me is the relationship between Taz and Ben. either get together or not, they keep fighting and making up, over and over. not small fights, either. they also keep on making the same mistakes so that it never really works out.
i am glad he finally got to put the murder of his parents behind him as well. personally, i am hoping this will turn in to a harem, lol. all though i dout it.

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  • 01-26-22

Verbally yelling "get on with it" indicates crap.

Okay, so I reviewed book 2 pretty much the same way.
I was wrong.

Book 2 is pretty much "When does the story start!!!!" ..... and seems rushed to satisfy publishers demands.

Book 3 is "waiting for the story to start" followed up with "GET ON WITH IT!!!!"

You get to the main title story which, in essence, is one chapter long.

There is sympathy for the narrator. He does his job well for the multitude of characters needing a voice, and having to follow what originally promised to be a good Book 1.

The patchy storyline, chop and change events, and yet another rushed ending just goes to show the author was defeated at the end of this instalment.(especially borrowing obvious themes from other contemporary sci-fi products.)

and in the end..... there isn't a completion of the promised story, just waffle.

I'm skipping Book 4 and putting myself out of my misery by going straight to Book 5, because I feel Book 4 will just be waffle.

(even though book 4-5 is supposed to be two parts, it's obvious that Book 5 is really part 4. and Book 4 is just gap-filler to introduce some superfluous characters.)

I'm disappointed.