An inexperienced officer. A dysfunctional ship. Life in the Deep Dark just got a whole lot harder.
In his first assignment as an officer, Ishmael Horatio Wang finds himself fresh out of school, wet behind the ears, and way out of his depth. Aboard the William Tinker the senior officers are derelict and abusive, the crew demoralized and undisciplined, and change unwelcomed and dangerous. Can Ishmael use what he learned aboard the Lois McKendrick to help the crew find the ship's heart? Or will he discover that bucking the system may come at too high a price? Return to the Deep Dark with Ish in this fourth installment of the award-winning Solar Clipper series, as he makes the transition from crew to officer.
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Great storey, but the Narrator should belive the
Yes own the hard cover as well.
The crew outwitting pirated who raid and kill in their home Colony.
? Rather silly thing to ask?
Great Story, Great Overall, Performance Lacking
I must say I perfer reading this story or listening to the Nathan Lowell read this story than Jeffery Kafer. I would suggest my friend to get the book, but that is because of my bias of here Nathan Lowell and his story telling quality voice.
The way this is a tale that I feel I could act live, nothing super hero, nothing unrealistic. The story makes me feel I could have lived this life and is written in a way I do not want to stop reading it.
I have listen to the other books in the Trader Tales series. I am starting to get bothered by lack of attention to the author pronunciation of names. I am spoiled because the Author Nathan Lowell has read these stories and know what how he wanted them pronounced. I really find the story compelling and I have listen to the Author read this book many many time. I want to enjoy Jeffrey Kafer but am slow getting jaded and he pronunciation of names is starting to grate on me.
Yes except I have had to take breaks.
- Nathan Ferrell