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Publisher's Summary

Owen Deathstalker - outlawed, with a price on his head and the blood of a mighty warrior lineage in his veins - had no choice but to embrace a dangerous destiny. With nothing to lose, only he had the courage to take up arms against Queen Lionstone XIV.

Now as he gathers his unlikely allies - the legendary washed-up hero Jack Random, the beautiful pirate Hazel d'Arc, the original Deathstalker long since presumed dead, and the alien Hadenmen whose purposes no human can discern - the eyes of the downtrodden are upon him while the freedom of a galaxy hangs in the balance....

©1996 Simon R. Green (P)2017 Tantor

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Good story, the reader is beginning to drone on

Enjoyable story, if you enjoyed the first, this will satisfy. However, I am finding that Mr. Jackson's voice is driving me mad. It just keeps droning, on, and on, and on, and on...etc. I kept stopping and skipping just to keep the storyline going. I didn't realize this while listening to book 2, but in book 3 its more obvious.

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Very little Deathstalker

There is very little Owen Deathstalker, significantly less than the first book.

This is something considering Owen Deathstalker was almost a minor character in the first book. The vast majority of action is centred on other characters.

Overall it’s still an enjoyable book. Just wish the description had been more accurate.