Escalation : Frontiers Saga, Part 2: Rogue Castes

  • by Ryk Brown
  • Narrated by David Drummond
  • Series: Frontiers Saga, Part 2: Rogue Castes
  • 8 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A cease-fire that has lasted seven years. Worlds half-destroyed that have been rebuilt anew. Friends and crewmates scattered light-years apart. New leaders that would be kings. The Jung threat has been renewed, in ways not imagined. It will take a new savior to inspire the masses, and once again lead those willing to fight against oppression. But who will the new savior be?


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Customer Reviews

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Bad narration. So dissapointed

I was excited to see a new story in the series and made the mistake of just spending the credit without paying attention that the Narrator changed. The Narrator would be good for a deep voice "movie coming soon" commercial or a biography but horrible for a audio book where you need a range of voices and emotion. Maybe three pitches in his voice and hard to tell when the person talking is female or male. All males sounded the same and all females just a tiny pitch higher. It was hard to pay attention to the story because there was just NO way to stay interested and vested in the characters when everyone sounds the same and there is almost 0 emotion in his voice...
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- Michael Brown


Boycott this book until Jeffery Kafer can continue this series. Do not give them any money to continue with the new narrator. Vote me up to start this boycott.

I f you love this great book series you WON'T buy this book. For some unknown reason Jeffery Kafer is no longer the brilliant narrator. After investing 14 books of creating the "voices", attitudes with care and intonation it is shocking to replace Kafer with another LESSER narrator who not only pronounces established characters names differently, he cannot match the established "voice" of them.

Good luck determining if Jessica is a man or a woman speaking, good luck wondering why her kick-butt, sarcastic attitude is replaced by whine. This guy doesn't get the characters, he didn't create their voices. I'm guessing he didn't listen to Kafer's style at all.

The new narrator also sounds like he is trying not to wake up his wife in the room next door as he whispers the words in your ear.

I am not related to Kafer or anyone else associated with the producers of this series. I am just a fan of the book series that has waited a 11 months to hear the new Part2 series. With major disappointment. You will be too
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- D. Finkelstein "The Fink"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio