When a ghost ship turns up in orbit after a half decade of silence, the powers that be are going to want answers. And when you are the only person still breathing, you can expect an interrogation. Hannah, the Empire's leading lady of counter-intelligence, is about to go head to head with the Union's best interrogators in a life or death battle to find the answers to some seemingly simple questions. As she decides what to answer and what to leave out, none of the stories she is about to share will paint her in a positive light, but in her case, they rarely do. It's said that the "winners" write the history books, and while the Union continues to demand answers, it seems that Hannah, whose greatest victory is managing to stay alive, is the only one holding a pen.
Would you listen to Palindrome 656 again? Why?
Yes .....but would prefer if some editing were done to improve the experience.
What did you like best about this story?
It is refreshing to have a Space adventure with a strong female character as the main attraction of the plot.
Which character – as performed by Charlotte Kyle – was your favorite?
Our hero of course.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It was not difficult to listen to the entire story it is a fun read.
Any additional comments?
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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