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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author James S. A. Corey...
Before his trip to the stars, before the Rocinante, Amos Burton was confined to a Baltimore where crime paid you or killed you. Unless the authorities got to you first.
Set in the hard-scrabble solar system of Leviathan Wakes, Caliban's War, Abaddon's Gate, and the upcoming Cibola Burn, The Churn deepens James S. A. Corey's acclaimed Expanse series.
©2014 James S.A. Corey (P)2014 Hachette Audio
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2 out of 5 stars
By B. First on 01-13-18

Hmm...that was weird

This narration is TERRIBLE. It sounds like Windows 95 text to speech voice synthesis. This guy Eric Davies has no sense of science fiction, and more importantly of the central character. His read was way off the mark and had zero continuity with the rest of the Expanse. As such, the end of the story lost all of its potential impact and contribution to to the story. This is a disservice to the fans. I won't buy another book if Davies is the narrator. Jefferson Mays is the bomb and should be the only narrator of the series.

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6 of 6 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By B. Hendrix on 04-24-17

Great backdrop story, terrible narrator

Seriously, this narrator makes the book almost awful. If I didn't already love Amos, I would not of been able to get through this novella. I love the back story for Amos, but I couldn't stand how he and the other characters were read. just terrible.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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