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Salvage-5: Anthology

By: Brian K. Larson
Narrated by: Greg Walston
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The First Mission: Retired Colonel Tucker Petersen is suddenly recalled to active duty and put in charge of the Salvage-5 mining/recovery mission. Tucker travels with his crew to discover what went wrong with the CSMO mining dredge at 15 Eunomia. What they find will change their lives forever. 

Salvage-5, Vol. 2: The Next Mission: Colonel Tucker Peterson returns to the Kuiper Belt. Their mission: Repair the Jump Ring at Asteroid 253 Mathilde, and correct the asteroid's orbit. Along the way they discover the CSMO is missing from its position. Now, they must find the dredge and its destination before they run out of fuel. Don't miss this exciting, and action-packed sequel to Salvage-5.

Salvage-5: Another Mission: Tucker goes on a personal quest to rescue Captain Cassandra Phillips. It’s been a long six months for the Colonel, but now the time has come for him to steal the SSV-5 and embark on their most dangerous mission yet: Return to asteroid 52 Europa. 

Salvage-5, Vol.4: Final Mission: Colonel Tucker Petersen and crew are back for one final mission. After discovering the cyborg alien matter-regenerating properties, Lieutenant Buster Clark tells his commander that the spheres they blew up on their last mission regrew. Tucker mounts up and takes off to rid the asteroid belt of the cyborg alien infestation once and for all. Come along for the ride today.

©2018 Brian K. Larson (P)2019 Brian K. Larson

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the story might have had something, but the narration was not good, Hard to follow the staccato delivery and fake emotions not fitting the situation in the story.

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I was very disapointed

This was a complete waist of time. The Narrator sounded like a robot and was very distracting, the premises of the story was OK but that characters were completely lame, and the dialog was sophomoric at best, I like this genre, so I was disappointed!

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What a waste and the narrator was monotone

The Narrator's monotone and nasally voice grated on my nerves and the "Witty" colonel was nothing more than a sexist douchebag. I couldn't stand him. He has 5 days to go before he launches on a rescue mission to try and save a stranded crew and salvage an alien space craft and he is busy throwing around his weight, lying to his #1 and ordering her to get drunk so he can take her back home and sleep with her. The characters are horrible, the narration is horrible, the book is horrible. I could not finish it. I could not even make it to the point where they left Earth.

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Held back by the narration.

The story line was good and the character were humorous, but the narration was horrible.