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Making good on a promise to a dead man, Rebo must deliver an AI known as Logos to a mysterious backwater planet. Once there, Logos will be capable of restoring the system of star gates that once knitted the settled worlds together. But as the Techno Society wars with murderous antitechnics, Rebo gets caught in the middle - and all he can do is run.

©2002, 2001, 2005, 2006 William C. Dietz (P)2014 Tantor

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"In a military SF novel that will entertain [listeners] with a taste for cheerfully casual mayhem, much treachery and betrayal ensue, and there's seldom a dull-or quiet-moment." ---Publishers Weekly

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  • 04-10-16

Great Book

Narration was great none better than Sean Runnette. He keeps the characters interesting even when there is a lull in the action.

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  • 18-08-15

Ending Run, Fail

Hugely disappointed with this book, as I loved the first in the series. Runner had such good pacing and such diversity in the set of characters and its mission was a valiant one. 3/4 of the way through Logos Run the writing was on the wall that the book was likely not going to end well. What a disturbingly abrupt and unsatisfying ending, I wish I had stopped after book one. The performance was great across both books but the finality just left me disappointed in every way.