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No Rest for the Wicked

Narrated by: Dan Bittner
Length: 11 hrs
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Summary

Earth is safe for now, with it came some much needed surprises. Though if Salchar was expecting a break he’s in for a rude awakening, well he’s already done that once...but anyway.  

Lady Fairgate has sensed something has gone wrong at Parnmal. Thinking that Jorsht is now trying to carve out his own little kingdom, she sends Captain Kelu, one of her favourite enforcers with the largest Syndicate Fleet assembled since the Syndicate and the Union went head to head.  

Though Kelu is in for some nasty surprises when he reaches Parnmal, Jorsht isn’t home and this little bit of space is defended by the Free Fleet. Salchar and his people are going to have to pull some major tricks out of their hats to survive the defense of Parnmal. It’s time to see if the Free Fleet has what it takes to survive. No matter what the outcome, they're going to make sure no one is going to forget their names.

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  • 16-01-19

I'm really angry

Spoilers Salchar was so stupid in this book. He betrayed his guard and the whole fleet by surrendering himself. If he thought he could be rescued, he should be able to believe that the others could be rescued. They weren't going to kill the hostages, that was their only leverage. His guard shouldn't have been stupid enough to let him turn himself in. For someone with trust issues, he sure acts like a trusting idiot in this book. There are a lot of issues in this book. I love the author and in general love the series, but wow, it was hard to listen to. How did they keep losing track of an agent that they knew they couldn't trust and that had a whole team of people who hated him watching him? How did they not have a team on standby in case Salchar's communicator cut out for even a second. Worst case scenario, they slightly offend someone for a technical malfunction. I hate giving bad reviews, so pretend this is a one star

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  • John
  • 23-01-19

Why the Language??

The story continues and a few new plot lines are added. I just do not see the reason for all the harsh language To me iit takes away from enjoyment of the story.