Based on the classic Sten Series by Allan Cole and Chris Bunch.
Fresh from their mission to pacify the Wolf Worlds, Sten and his Mantis Team encounter a mysterious ship that has been lost among the stars for thousands of years. At first, everyone aboard appears to be long dead. Then a strange Being beckons, pleading for help. More disturbing: The presence of AM2, a strategically vital fuel tightly controlled by their boss - The Eternal Emperor. They are ordered to retrieve the remaining AM2 "at all costs." But once Sten and his heavy worldlier sidekick, Alex Kilgour, board the ship they must dare an out of control defense system that attacks without warning as they move through dark warrens filled with unimaginable horrors. When they reach their goal they find that in the midst of all that death are the "seeds" of a lost civilization.
This is a good story from a very good story line. The Sten series is a great read and has been out for a long time. I'm happy to be able to listen to them, some of them?, as a Audible story...thank you
What disappointed you about Sten and the Star Wanderers?
The author, I am sure, wrote a compelling story, but I was unable to follow it or enjoy it due to the poor performance by the voice actor, Colin Hussey.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Sten and the Star Wanderers?
I will let you know when I read it for myself
Would you be willing to try another one of Colin Hussey’s performances?
No, never, not at all
What character would you cut from Sten and the Star Wanderers?
The voice actor, Colin Hussey
Any additional comments?
Do not buy this audiobook, find it and read it for yourself.
So good to see another Sten adventure, even a short one. After Chris Bunch's death, I thought Sten was through. In this novella, Alan Cole really captures the spirit of the old series that he and Bunch co-authored. Please do more!
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