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Red Country Audiobook

Red Country

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Publisher's Summary

Shy South comes home to her farm to find a blackened shell; her brother and sister have been stolen and she's going to have to return to her bad old ways if she's ever going to see them again. She sets off in grim pursuit with only her cowardly old step-father Lamb for company. But it turns out he's hiding a bloody past of his own. None bloodier.

Their journey will take them across the lawless plains, to a frontier town gripped by gold fever, through feuds, duels and massacres, and high into unmapped mountains to a reckoning with ancient enemies, and force them into alliance with Nicomo Cosca, infamous soldier of fortune...and a man no one should ever have to trust…

Steven Pacey is best known for his role as Del Tarrant in the third and fourth seasons of the sci-fi series Blake's 7.

He has worked extensively in Theatre, TV and film for many years and in 2009 played opposite Graham Norton in La Cage Aux Folles at London's Playhouse Theatre. He has read numerous audiobooks including Joe Abercrombie's First Law Trilogy, Best Served Cold and The Heroes, and abridged titles by Matthew Reilly.

©2012 Joe Abercrombie (P)2012 Orion Publishing Group

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  • Freddie
    8/3/16
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    "amazing"

    loved it, pacey brings so much more to an already fantastic story, buy this audio book !

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  • Catherine
    Staffordshire, United Kingdom
    7/31/16
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    "loved it..."

    Best one yet and that is saying something given the quality of the previous books...

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  • ivar
    7/9/16
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    "Where should one start?"

    like always joe you drag us Down to what ever country it is at the time and I must say you had me at the cowardly Northants, the feeling when you know something and your like "HAH! you cleaver bastard!" is so much worth it listening to your stories is an odyssey and hopeful lamb will turn up in the future don't read the summary just buy the book, it's well worth it, and Steven brings it allt together the whole shebang.

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  • Lungsford
    6/22/16
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    "Sequal syndrome"

    Like any sequal to a great series it has a special place in your heart for characters old and new and in the case of a good narrator the reader too. Unfortunately this story like all the books that came after it is a shadow of the original trilogy but still an enjoyable enough listen.

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  • John Smith
    6/9/16
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    "My Favourite audio book experience so far."

    This Joe Abercrombie and Steven Pacey combination, for me, is absolute audiobook heaven. I've now listened to all 6 of the full length First Law novels and they just get better and better.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Iain Crockett
    Bolton
    6/3/16
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    "Bloody Brilliant"

    the narration of this book is brilliant. Steven Pacey is as engaging and entertaining as always and Makes the characters-both male and female come to life. this is the 4th Abercrombie I have read and I have loved them all.. I think of them as a cross between a fist full of dollars and Ivan hoe directed by Tarentino! They are well written, funny, violent, descriptively graphic and sometimes shocking. There are twists and turns in the plot and things done to the main characters that are completely unexpected. His ability to take you inside someone's head and observe the developing plot from another perspective is genius. This is a book about greed and cruelty and war which shows how futile and unnecessary they all are. very sorry it is finished. Iain

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  • graham aird
    5/17/16
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    "Great pairing"

    Another excellent story, one of his best. Superbly read as always. Keep them coming can't get enough of this combo.

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  • derek
    5/10/16
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    "Which bad person you like best"

    Excellent series lot of bad guy's but who do you like best
    Just loved it great characters well written and narrated

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  • Mrs
    5/4/16
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    "A massive First Law fan fest"

    This book left me literally crying for more.

    I've read all three First Law books and all three First Law books and all three First Law world books and they never cease to amaze me.

    I would absolutely love to see more and more of these but I think sadly there will not be...

    Glokta is a squeal.

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  • Chris MacDonald
    4/18/16
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    "Say one thing for Joe Abercrombie, say he's a bloody good writer..."

    Last book of the three additions to the first law trilogy sees a welcome return for some familiar faces, and a very emotional encounter to be found where it was expected the least.
    This particular book proves he is master of not just grim dark, but master of getting you to love a despicable character, and also hate them to your very soul. Exquisite reading, go throw all your money at his work. Start with the first law.
    Very well read by Stephen Pacy I might add, cementing character in inflection and tone.
    I want more from the first law world and I want it now. Right now. That's not going to happen of course; you've got to be realistic about these things...

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