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A Little Rebellion
Crimson Worlds Book III
The Third Frontier War is over, and the Western Alliance is triumphant. All across human-occupied space, colony worlds celebrate the coming of peace.
But peace is an elusive dream, and more trouble is brewing. The war was expensive, and the economies of the Superpowers, always fragile, are on the verge of total collapse.
The Directorate, the shadowy intelligence organization that has become the true power behind the Alliance government, plans to strip the colonies bare to pay the costs of war. Already, they are tightening their control over the freewheeling colonial governments. And the Marine Corps faces total destruction at the hands of the worst traitor in its history.
But the colonists are a different breed than the passive mob on Earth, and they have no intention of meekly surrendering their hard-won freedoms. On worlds all across the frontier, plans are hatched and weapons hoarded. And in taverns and meeting halls the words of an ancient text are uttered in hushed tones. A little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing.
©2013 Jay Allan Books (P)2013 Jay Allan Books
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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 05-17-16

I'll just read the next one.

The women's voices were absurdly falsetto, some of the most powerful characters sounded like effeminate teenagers, and using reverb to try and make up for variety just didn't work. I am really surprised Jeff Bower was invited to narrate the second, let alone the third.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Björn Natan Bjarnason on 07-27-17

Good story, awfull narrator.

I love the story but listening to this bad narration is realy anoying.
His voices are not in context to what is happening. His reading is weak and slow. Even in places where it should be strong and fast.
It bothers me the most in combat scenes. He reads officers giving soldiers orders in battle like they are asking politely for something in their country club brids game. It sounds pathetic and weak while the characters are anything but. Get a new reader and do it all over again.

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