From a galaxy torn by civil war to a sleepy planet on the edge of the known universe, Enforcer Jakai del Quint pursues the failed Warlord Dorno Ban Sant to final showdown leaving Jakai alone and stranded on a planet called Earth far from the civilization he fought to protect. More than a hundred years later Jakai awakes, freed from his hibernation by a curious hiker. Together, hunted by Earth’s most powerful governments, fleeing from covert alien “observers,” they join together to pursue Jakai’s need to bring long delayed justice to the vicious warlord now using his advanced technology to dominate Earth.
With only the belief in his mission and the support of a woman with nothing to lose, Jakai crosses the world only to be caught in the web of violence that blankets the Middle East. In a sprint to a final confrontation, Jakai faces not only his past, but his future, and the future of Earth itself as he challenges the hidden forces of the Galactic core and those who would make Earth nothing more than stepping stone to a renewed cycle of galactic war.
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Story could be OK but for the reader
The story seamed to be good, it was just the reader. she is HORRIBLE
plot line was good, reader was horrible
The reader was like listening to a female version of Garfield the cat who had just smoked a pound of weed. i'm not kidding. excruciatingly S-L-O-W and ill-timed. she read almost all the characters in a really brain baked way that made them sound like idiots. it was VERY difficult to tell who was talking in a character dialog. because she used the same voice and often didn't break between.
i could not get through the book.
please god don't hire that person again.
i really think with a decent reader the book might have been alright.
but she ruined it.
Forgive the Narrator-Great Story Anyhow
Were it not for the Narrator, it would rank near the top. The story is well devloped, complex and easily followed, however the Narrators inept handling of pronunciation and accent almost made me stop. Once past the first couple of chapters, the story overcame the performance and held me entranced.
The complexity of characters was woven in the fabric of the work, the characters seemed real, with actual motivations, not simply as if they walked on stage and did their lines.
She does female parts well, but her application of a James Bond Villan russian accent, horribly delivered to the male characters was distracting and lessened my enjoyment of an otherwise great experience.
I would have liked to, but 13 hours of sitting would make my butt hurt.
The book is exceptionally well plotted and flows well.