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A Japanese industrialist uses his great wealth and influence to hire the Necron and track down his missing daughter. On discovering her location, Victor goes up against a religious cult, its leader purporting to be the messiah reborn.

©2016 Oliver Strong (P)2020 Oliver Strong

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Great Story Continuation!

The Necron Saga continues and Victor has to ‘think outside the box’ in many ways to attempt a dangerous mission to retrieve a Japanese tycoon’s daughter from cultists.
This story also presents some revelations about the Drax and other species that will ‘pull you in’ to pursue the next stories in the saga.
I continue to enjoy the humor and unpredictable story-line; this work is not as ‘action packed’ as ‘Fortunate Son’ but makes up for it in story development and Victor’s strategies in solving the unsolvable.
Craig Munns has hit his stride and does a great job of narrating, can’t wait to find out what happens next!

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  • Scott Barnes
  • 11-23-21

Finding the Rhythm Now

I really liked this one and it’s the better of the series so far. It felt fresh and put the characters in a new situation compared to the last 2 books. We get a closer look at them on a personal basis and it was a very enjoyable listen. For me, this is the first book in the series where the characters feel more human. That made for a much more enjoyable listen and I loved the story, the development and the deeper look at relationships and the characters themselves.

Craig did a fantastic job with this one. With each book the audio sounds better and his performance is developing too - I say performance because you can hear him act it all out and give each character a personality using the subtleties of his voice.

I really enjoyed this one and the series as a whole is really picking up pace and starting to make an impact. This, book 3, feels like the turning point.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-24-21

Necron

"Shakespeare meets unnecessary violence resulting in a fun ride with a twist. I love the references to Hamlet which give this story some extra body along with the twist in the middle, just when you think it's all over something else pops up, this is an excellent addition to the series."

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-22-20

An excellent series you have to listen to.

This story keeps getting better, I never want it to finish. It's the ultimate sci-fi/romance/comedy/action story, the characters continue to surprise me and make me laugh with their dialogue and connect with them and also despising other characters. This series is a must!