Terminus Cut

Narrated by: Marc Vietor
Series: Wholesale Slaughter, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (173 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Mercenaries with a mission.

Logan Conner has given up the life of a warrior prince to become Jonathan Slaughter, a mercenary captain of a rough-and-ready band of mech-jocks for hire. 

Already legendary throughout the Periphery, their next job brings them head to head with the Jeuta, militant aliens who seek to loot and plunder isolated human colony worlds. 

The fearsome Jeuta raiders will task Logan to his limits, but they’re only a sideshow to Wholesale Slaughter’s real operation objective - locating a treasure trove at the legendary Terminus Cut outpost containing enough ancient Imperial technology to give his people a fighting chance. 

Don’t miss book 2 in this explosive new military sci-fi series!

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Book Two is just as good!

Just as good as the first and a huge encouragement to continue the series. Rick Partlow is one to watch, I think.

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good story could be great

Very impressed with the story. Author is a good story teller and good descriptions. There is potential to take it to another level. It would make the books longer as well which I would like. Actor does a great job.

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Another one

This book is a seamless continuation of Wholesale Slaughter the first book of the series, with even more action. Like book 1, I wanted to listen from start to finish. My favorite line "The go to hell shot", had to rewind and hear it again. now I can't wait for the next book..

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locked and loaded

Another great outing for wholesale slaughter. Closing in on their goals they find tragedy and treachery in their way. Battletech has a worthy successor here.

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AWESOME!

Good. Full of action and great dialogue. The story flows smoothly, well performed by Mac Vietor. Rick Partlow is certainly a talented writer and I am looking forward to the next book in this series.

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good BattleTech like story

this is a really good conclusion to the first book. it's nice to see a two book Arc it gives you a complete story. Well written and exciting

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impressive exciting story

impress the story was impressed by the first book can't wait to read the third one

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I wanted to like it

I wanted to like it but I found it to be boring and predictable the technology in the book Was probably based off of a video game with all the holes that leaves in a plot It wasn’t bad and it probably would’ve been enjoyable to me if I wasn’t comparing the author to how other authors did it better like David Weber, John Ringo, Frank Herbert, myles Cameron well he’s not a science fiction author but he still does military fiction It was OK it could’ve been better it could’ve probably been really good if he would’ve had a beta reader go over it before it got to the publishers hands

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Partlow does it again!

Book two picks up where book one left off. Blazing action. Great characters! How have I not heard of Rick Partlow before this series?!