Half Share : A Trader's Tale from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper

  • by Nathan Lowell
  • Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer
  • Series: A Trader's Tale from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper
  • 7 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Six months in the Deep Dark. Four different women. One man discovers what it means to be a spacer.
It's a time of change on the Lois McKendrick. Sarah Krugg joins the crew, and Ishmael Wang moves to Environmental. After getting accustomed to life aboard a solar clipper, Ishmael must learn a whole new set of skills, face his own fears and doubts, and try to balance love and loss in the depths of space.
Both Ishmael and Sarah must learn to live by the mantra "trust Lois". For Sarah, there is the hope of escaping a horrifying past. For Ishmael, he must discover what type of man he wants to become and learn his choices have consequences.
Return with the crew of the SC Lois McKendrick, and set sail in the next installment of the Trader's Tales from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper. All your favorites return: Ish, Pip, Cookie, Brill, Diane, and Big Bad Bev. You might even discover some new friends as you travel among the stars.


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Ishmael Wang continues on the Lois McKendrick

In this second installment in the wonderful Solar Clipper series, Ishmael Horatio Wang is forced to leave the mess deck for Environmental. All the main characters from Quarter Share are still here, and we add a couple of new ones as well. Without giving anything away, this is a somewhat darker story, with significantly more actual peril than in Quarter Share. But it's still about the characters and about telling a _good story_, something that Nathan Lowell excels at.

Jeffrey Kafer's narration is good, with no over-dramatization and good pacing -- much in the style of the author's own reading of the book earlier as a podcast. Highly recommended, and I can't wait for the rest of the series
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- Kindle Customer

Already heard it Paid for it anyway It's that good

I listened to the free podcast version narrated by the author. I liked it so much I paid for the audible version.
Nathan Lowell is really a great narrator. His podcast versions convey a sense of emotion that made me feel like I was really getting the intention of his stories. Jeffrey Kafer brings his own flavor that agrees with the authors reading.
Now I am waiting for the rest of the stories.
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- Philip

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-14-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing