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Publisher's Summary

In a new Cold War between Earth and the colonies on Mars, when devastating weapons go missing, there's only one team you can call - the Outriders. A crack force of highly specialized super-soldiers, their clone bodies are near-immortal.
When a fully-autonomous vessel with orbital strike capabilities goes missing, it's up to the Outriders to track the un-trackable. But when the trail leads them to the influential Martian People's Collective Republic, the operation gets a lot more complicated.
©2017 Jay Posey (P)2017 Recorded Books
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3 out of 5 stars
By Carpria on 11-26-17

You roll the dice when you change narrators....

In this case, I think they came up craps. Please understand that I think Graham Winton is a fine narrator but, I have real issues with his interpretation of the characters and how he portrays them. I loved Outriders and its narrator. If I had listened to Sungazer without having listened to Outriders, I might feel differently. The story is good and the characters are easy to connect to. Unfortunately, for me, the change of narrators created too much of a distraction.

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4 out of 5 stars
By friendlykitty on 08-25-17

good read

big fan of Posey. Narrator much improved from the last book. Not as dead pan. i do regret that Wright now sounds like a homosexual teenage boy.

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