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The Delirium Brief. The narrator, Jonathan Davis, best known for his many Star Wars audibooks, is a familiar voice in this genre.
Spaceship battles, alien accents and technojargon flow easily into the microphone. Starship: Mutiny : Highly recommended!
Posted by Jesse Willis. Your email address will not be published. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Podcast powered by podPress v8. Seeking an education on the nature of piracy, Cole hunts more knowledgeable players: the beautiful but deadly Valkyrie, the enigmatic alien fence David Copperfield, and the fearsome alien pirate known as the Hammerhead Shark.
Book 2 is worth taking a chance on if you had read Book 1 and thought it was a slow start.
It was. But Pirate picks up the pace and adds some interesting characters. The Narrator, Jonathan Davis, does an excellent job of allowing your imagination to believe you are listening to the different voices of all these characters. Forget the "he said, she said" complaint of a previous review, you'll be too engrossed with the action. If you didn't like Mutiny, don't buy this one. That said, If you did like the first one, the story continues and gets better.
Good pace, never boring. It has fun and funny characters, yet always belivable. These three books would have made a very fast paced 25 hour book. They are good enough to seem very short at 8 hours each.
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And so,.. I am running back to download book 3. Great Story,lots of Action with Good Drama. Very easy to listen to. With Geat narration. Even though I found this book not quite in the same league as Santiago or Widowmaker, it is a good read. Starship 1 was rather nice to listen to.
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But 2 was sweet could get enough I fell in love the the roles the added characters play as the book progress. Good SF story, high adventure. One of the best narrations I've found. Very much recommended. I tried the first book in this series. It was the same. Too many things inconsistent with military and hard science sci-fi to be enjoyable for me.
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I kept getting taken out of the story by things that didn't work. No naval officer gets command of a ship without knowing anything about how a ship works.