Prison Planet : Rim Confederacy

  • by Jim Rudnick
  • Narrated by Eric Martin
  • Series: Rim Confederacy
  • 7 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"After a failed planetary rebellion, the rebel leader and his men are all given life sentences on Halberd, the RIM Confederacy prison planet and sent to the maximum island penitentiary - a prison that has never had a successful escape.
And under his admiral's orders, Captain Tanner Scott has also been sent to do RIM Navy duty on the planet with the mission to give up his alcohol dependency. While he knows that this is what is expected of him by the admiral, he finds it more difficult to do that he'd ever imagined.
Tanner meets a woman - the sister of the rebel leader and while he falls in love with her, he is not sure that the feeling is mutual. Yet he tries to straighten out his life and his drinking but instead he is faced with the choice of a lifetime - love or death.
Against incredible odds in the middle of a prison planet escape, he makes his choice...and more than his own life depends upon that choice...forever changing the future of the RIM!"

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Another Brilliant Book from Rudnick

What did you love best about Prison Planet?

I am a big fan of this series, and really like how it has developed


What was one of the most memorable moments of Prison Planet?

When Captain Tanner Scott was forced to kill someone for whom he had a personal connection


Which scene was your favorite?

The whole book was good


Any additional comments?

Eric Martin exceptional job through out the RIM Confederacy series. This one is much the same as the others, but all of them are excellent. He has a great voice that is very easy to listen to. He does a great range of voices for both genders, does different levels of emotions well, and is clear in his speech.


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Another Brilliant Book from Rudnick!

Would you listen to Prison Planet again? Why?

Absolutely - The great thing about this series is that it is easily one that you can listen to again, and pick up things that you did not get the first time around. It has such great characters, is so easy to listen to (or read) and enjoy, that it is a lot of fun to go back and re-live the adventure again.


Who was your favorite character and why?

My favourite character in all of the series has to be Lady St August. Her tenacity, the dialogue she comes out with, her attitude are just fantastic and make the book so much better.


What does Eric Martin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Only through the other RIM Confederacy titles. This one is much the same as the others, but all of them are excellent. He has a great voice that is very easy to listen to. He does a great range of voices for both genders, does different levels of emotions well, and is clear in his speech. He really adds something to the story in its telling that you wouldn't get from just reading it, making it so much better to listen to


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

All of the RIM Confederacy books are ones that you want to sit down and listen to in a single sitting, especially the first time. Then you can go back and listen to them again a second or third time and get even more out of them.


Any additional comments?

Prison Planet was fantastic, giving us a greater insight into Captain Scott. It really gives us a reason for his drinking, but shows us a lot more of the man he is, the demons he faces, his alcoholism and his PTSD. It shows a lot of the inner struggle that makes up the Captain and the fight that he goes through each and every day. It was a brilliant peice of character writing showing the true depth of who Tanner Scott is.
Rudnick writes so well as he combines the Military, Royalty and Political situations into a story as well as the personalities of a few key characters to tell an interesting and engaging story. This is Military Sci-Fi as it should be, interesting, detailed, exciting, fun, with some really fast paced and well described combat scenes, as well as brilliant dialogue and intrigue across sectors of space. This is an outstanding addition to the series.

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- Jas P

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-14-2016
  • Publisher: RUDNICK PRESS