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An original novella in the "fast-paced, exciting military SF series" featuring Kris Longknife. Kris Longknife is back home from her galactic adventures, but her entire Fleet of Discovery has been annihilated. Now, humanity finds itself at war with an alien race more monstrous than anyone could have possibly imagined. General Terrance "Trouble" Tordon, Kris’s great-grandfather, is given the task of calming the panicked politicians, some of whom blame Kris for the disaster and would like to eliminate the ever-bothersome Commander Longknife. But as "Trouble" struggles to defend his Kris, the level of uncertainty among the civilians leads to more panic and a rush to judgment that makes him believe that he’s facing a fight he’s bound to lose….

©2012 Mike Moscoe (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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"Trouble"

This is book nine and half or a novella in the Longknife series. It comes right after “Daring” book number nine. You must read these books in order otherwise you are lost.

This is a background novella telling what problems Kris’s family has been caused by her battle with the aliens. The novella focuses on Kris’s great grandfather General “Trouble” Tordon. He has been tasked with the job of calming the panicked politicians, who blame Kris for the disaster and pending war. The want to court marshal Kris for Crimes against humanity.

The book looks at the ending of “Daring” book number nine from a different point of view than from Kris’s. It is great to get a boarder insight into the politics of Wardhaven and the plants of human space.

The book is well written and this story provides some back story to some of the other characters. The question I have is can grandpa Trouble help save Kris or not? I enjoyed learning more about great grandma Ruth and great grandpa Trouble. We first met Ruth when Kris went to New Eden, Ruth was teaching at the college. Dina Pearlman does an excellent job narrating the book.

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Good back story but if you are a member pay don't burn a credit

Good back story but if you are a member pay don't burn a credit. A credit can get you the next full book in the series.

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It's ok

Meh. The Kris Longknife novels are much more entertaining, in my opinion, than the novellas.

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Powerful Addition to the Longknife Series

So much of the enjoyment of the Kris Longknife Series comes from the interplay of its likeable cast of characters in an engrossing world. "Welcome Home, Go Away" gives us a deep look into Kris' family and the conflicting struggles in this family of Legend. I love these characters and their deep bond that is the foundation of Kris' World. This is an enjoyable addition to the Longknife Saga.

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flat voice. as if read in a barrel, good interlude

This story is really too short to be of interest, too bad Audible Inc value it as a whole story.