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The silent hell of deep space holds certain death for the unwary. It is the task of the UN Navy to defend the starways, no matter the danger. An alien attack and an admiral's betrayal leave a wounded Commander Seafort stranded aboard a doomed ship.
©1995 David Feintuch (P)2015 Audible Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By DAVE on 12-12-15

Much darker than book 1.

Although this book was much darker than book 1, I went through it faster. I usually listen while on the road, but caught myself listening at the house when no one else was home. I do have mixed feelings about this series of books though. With all the soberness and pain that the main character feels, I am reluctant to listen to the next one in the series. I think I will in the future, but need a break for now.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Ryan on 08-12-15

Best one in the series


So after binge listening to this series, I’d have to pick Challenger’s Hope as one of the best books in the Seafort saga. Unlike the next books in this series, there are plenty of space battles and ship side fighting. It also portrays the bureaucracy that exists when corrupt people are in charge. It’s enough to make you want to climb into the book to smack someone.

What got to be a little old was how Nick Seafort would have so much contempt for how some captains treated the crew but in the next breath he is acting 10 times worse than those captains. I think he may have some anger management issues.

This book is pretty good, but unfortunately the series goes downhill from here.

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3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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