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Publisher's Summary

A good captain protects his crew. Who protects the captain?
A shuffling of cabins puts Ishmael Horatio Wang in command of the worst ship in the fleet. He learns that being captain doesn't make you infallible and that life in the captain's cabin is filled with new kinds of challenges as he tries to keep the ship moving, the crew out of trouble, and turn a profit to earn his Captain's Share.
In a ship where the officers outnumber the crew, can he keep everybody happy? Welcome to the SC Agamemnon.
©2013 Nathan Lowell (P)2016 Podium Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tracy McMahon on 10-24-16

Nathan Lowell !

I've read or listened to everything Lowell has written and have enjoyed every instance of it. This is as good as when these stories were under podcast. Only difference Nathan did the original readings and very well at that.
Overall five stars is really not fair, there should be more Stars.

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5 out of 5 stars
By AZ Book Addict on 10-22-16

Ishmael hits adulthood, adulthood hits back

Now in his 30s Ishmael has to confront problems in his marriage and other problems not related to sailing a solar clipper. Overall, older Ishmael is a slightly more interesting and convincingly matured character, but the story is therefore slightly more character development and slightly less swashbuckling. I recommend the series, but would strongly suggest reading the books in order.

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4 out of 5 stars
By kanundra on 11-13-16

Maturity at its best,

I got to admit, I was excited to get this delivered. I have so far really enjoyed this series. It's unique and has a real character driven plot.

I just wasn't so sure on this one. I mean Ismael had has troubles as usual, he's now made Captain of the worst ship in the fleet. And his usual demeanour and way of dealing with things, soon helps sort the motley crew out. But, I guess I'd have liked more person conflict, more head bashing or just something. It just seemed too easy for him.

I think that because of his maturity here, we get some real insight into his deeper worries, his marriage, his concerns for real safety of his ship. And that goes in line with things that he asks them to do and helps them with.

I won't leave spoilers, but it really is worth a listen, I think Ismael and his crew are up for lots more adventures, this whole series was more mature, with more problems, but also some very good solutions. :) Well done everyone on the Agamemnon. I look forward to more from both the author and narrator.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Poppey on 04-15-17

Steady as she goes

The journey continues. It is sad, in a way, that relationships come to an end. However, new ones are about to be forged and I continue to enjoy a brilliant series.

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