Blackthorn

  • by Nate Johnson
  • Narrated by Michael Robbins
  • 6 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Two people, alone in the universe, must fight against all odds to do what is right.
Because Petty Officer Logan Miller saved Ambassador William's daughter, Kaylee, he was tasked with escorting her through the rough streets of Montlake. Little did he know a simple assignment would morph into a race across the galaxy.
If he wants to get her to safety, Miller must avoid pirates, the Imperial Navy, and the hazards of deep space. All while keeping a decrepit starship from blowing up along the way.
Kaylee Williams desperately needs to get to Taurus. The future of the Empire rests with the secret information she carries. But can she trust this strange man to help her?
But if she can't trust a man who repeatedly risks his life for her, then who can she trust?

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Customer Reviews

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A action packed Space Opera...

I received a free copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.
I really enjoyed this story. It's dedicated to a very real ship, the Blackthorn, a Coast Guard bouy tender that tragically went down in 1980... Blackthorn is an homage made into a Space Opera, and very well done. The Spaceship Blackthorn and crew accidentally gets embroiled in an empire changing game of ruthless espionage.
Despite the dark subject, this story is really fun, it even has a light hearted romance running through it...
If you're a reader who happens to enjoy Nathan Lowell's books, you should enjoy this story. There are scenes that reminded me pleasantly of Nathan's work . It's probably just coincidental, but I wonder if Nate Johnson is also a fan... 
Michael Robbins was an inspired choice for the narrator of this book. Very nicely done!
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- Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore

Great Book!

Well done sci fi chase book with some interesting twists and turns. Narration was on point. Well worth the credit and the listen.

"This book was provided free of charge for an unbiased review."
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- Jason

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-13-2017
  • Publisher: Nate Johnson