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Meanwhile, on another side of the Universe. . .Meet Gem ser'Edreth, a wizard with electronics -- and a freelance thief. Deliberately solitary, unencumbered by family or friends, he immerses himself in his profession, rising to a pinnacle of skill so exalted that the planetary crime boss seeks him out with a commission to steal. Refusing the commission, of course, is his first mistake.

Gem's hidden past proves an unexpected liability and his plants to leave the planet go catastrophically awry. Suddenly embroiled in interplanetary politics, a potential interstellar war, and in possession of an ancient object of power an an unwanted cousin, Gem discovers that the mysterious Witness for the Telios may hold the key to his salvation -- or his undoing.

©2002 Sharon Lee & Steve Miller (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Not Liad, but Excellent Lee& Miller none the less

The Tomorrow Log, by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller is an excelent book that isn't, specifically, in the Liaden Universe. Very definitely space opera, though, and it could be in the Liaden Universe, somewhere.

Protagonist is Gem ser'Edreth, a thief and electronics wizard who was sold as a child by his ship to a grounder, master thief Edreth. Now his ship has sent Corbyne Faztherot to reclaim him to the ship as the Captain pre-ordained in the Tomorrow Log. But meanwhile he's caught up in the machinations of the local druglord, Sazony Belaconto, and has been "Chosen" by the Trident, a semi-sentient artifact, complete with its very own Witness.

As with any book by Lee & Miller, this is extremely well written and a delight that I couldn't put down after I started. Kevin T. Collins redeems himself with this reading which I found excellent and perfectly paced. (His reading of Trade Secret was less successful and felt rushed, but that's the only off one I've had from him.)

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First book in a series I long for more

Great start for a series. I hope it can be continued at as good a quality as this book.

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Good, Good, Good...

Another thread being woven? I hope this is the case. Some series get to wound up repeating what has happened before not so in this case. It's fresh, smart and holds your attention from first till last.
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BOringgggggggg

What disappointed you about The Tomorrow Log?

The narrator sucked

What was most disappointing about Sharon Lee and Steve Miller ’s story?

The story would not end and they said her full name over and over ..and over again

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Totally Engrossing

What made the experience of listening to The Tomorrow Log the most enjoyable?

Wonderful story

Who was your favorite character and why?

Anjimolti

Which character – as performed by Kevin T. Collins – was your favourite?

Ditto

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When the Dart blew up - immediately after its pilot yelled "Best lift-off ever!"