Rock Killer

  • by S. Evan Townsend
  • Narrated by David Bodtcher
  • 11 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Space Resources, Inc. (SRI) mines asteroids for the riches a populated Earth needs without degrading the planet. Yet there are those opposed to progress in whatever its form such as the Gaia Alliance, a front group for eco-terrorists. During a violent attack on the Moon, the terrorists steal an exploration ship, arm it, and rename it the Rock Killer.
Charlene 'Charlie' Jones of SRI security is trying to infiltrate the Gaia Alliance's cabal to find evidence linking them to the murder of her fiancé. But a run-in with the law threatens to reveal her identity to the dangerous men of the Alliance. Simultaneously, SRI Director Alexander Chun is traveling to the asteroid belt to bring a kilometer-long nickel-iron rock back to Earth orbit to mine for its valuable metals. Following him and his multinational team is the Rock Killer. Without armaments, millions of miles from help, Chun must stop those who threaten him and the lives of his crew.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good standalone scifi

What did you like best about this story?

Really held my Interest. Loved the play on politics too. It was pretty hard scifi and I not for kids to some of the sexuality, but well written and engaging.


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- Gavin Seim "Gavin Seim"

Just Great Sci-Fi!

Would you listen to Rock Killer again? Why?

I would definitely listen again! There are a lot of technical parts and story lines that would be worth going over once again.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Rock Killer?

There were a few notable parts, the stealing of the ship from the moon, shoot-out at the Gaia Alliance house in L.A. and the Final Battle.


What three words best describe David Bodtcher’s performance?

Not Good


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The Final Battle between SRI and The Giai Alliance space-craft.


Any additional comments?

Rock Killer is a Great, "Good-ole sci-fi book", with just enough tech and thrills to keep You listening all through the day and/or night.

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- Mark

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-05-2013
  • Publisher: World Castle Publishing