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Star Runners: Dark Space

Star Runners Universe, Book 5
Narrated by: Bob Dunsworth
Series: Star Runners, Book 5
Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
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True friendship has no boundaries.

Being a recruiter for the Galactic Legion of Planets is a safe and secure job for Josh Morris as he tries to re-enter a "normal" life following his captivity at the hands of Dax Rodon and the Tyral Pirates. But he is tortured by a vow he made to the smuggling group known as the Barracudas to return their ship. 

Once he decides to leave Earth, Josh has no idea his past is hunting him, seeking revenge. What follows is a heart-pounding adventure discovering new worlds and cultures, narrow escapes, and thrilling space battles as Josh travels to the farthest regions of the galaxy - and beyond it into the unexplored Dark Space - to keep a promise and help a friend, unknowingly sparking events leading to a conflict of terrifying scope unlike any the stars have ever seen. 

Star Runners: Dark Space is the electrifying fifth book in the Star Runners Universe: a collection of space adventure books.

©2018 Shadow Max Publishing (P)2019 Shadow Max Publishing

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Juvenile

Sorry.... I rarely write reviews, and I'm pretty tolerant. But this book (audio format) was very poor. Character development was nonexistent, and worse, the characters were so bad they were virtually caricatures of poor SF. The dialogue was stilted, and at points, the author's word choice was bizarre or just wrong. It was as if a young person were slightly misusing words that were close but not quite right. And, finally, the narration just compounded the problem with the stilted dialogue. As I said, this was almost like listening to a parody.