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Lissea Doorman wasn't one to refuse a challenge. Challenged by the rulers of Telaria to run a suicide mission, she put together a crew of tough mercenaries and brilliant specialists, ready for anything. Their journey took them through strange worlds, all the way to the Lost Colony - where they learned that their adventure was only just beginning.

©1994 David Drake (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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love this book

I've read this book several times as a paperback, but being able to listen to it while I drive is really cool. Only slight hiccup is plenum in pronounce plea numb anyway, very minor.

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Drake does it again!

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Well... Here is your answer, or some of it anyway.

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