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Publisher's Summary

The Admiral is a fun and exciting science fiction short story. It is the first short story in a series. If you are a fan of short stories or science fiction you will love reading this.

©2014 Peter Clark (P)2015 Peter Clark

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  • JC
  • 08-09-15

Great Quick Story!

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This was a great story. It's a quick listen, but I hope PJ Clark comes out with some more stuff to build on this story. I like how the suspense is built and I really liked how I was thrown right into the story. There is some backstory but the narrator doesn't hold up the flow with constant information dumps, instead he goes in and out of story, expertly weaving crucial information in. Bravo. Bravo. Jason Christiansen

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Good read

I really liked the sentence style and word choice. Narration was a tad slow. Would like to hear more especially why the "weapon" was so important.

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Avoid this tripe.

I did not like anything about this story. The story felt very incomplete. The narrator was plain bad. The sound quality was horrible. It sounded like a rain shower was taking place during the whole story. It only cost a couple bucks, but I feel like I should have been paid to listen to this tripe.

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