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Publisher's Summary

The Reporter takes place between Week Three and Week Six of the 2684 GFL season, the season that encompasses The All-Pro.
The story involves Yolanda Davenport's search for the truth about Ju Tweedy's involvement with the murder of Grace McDermot, the incident that drove Ju to join the Ionath Krakens.
©2012 Empty Set Entertainment (P)2014 Empty Set Entertainment
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5 out of 5 stars
By MLT on 04-04-16

As always great book

Read or listened to every Scott Sigler book. Loved all of them a must read author.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Arioch Morningstar on 01-25-16

An excellent addition to the GFL universe!

Where does The Reporter rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Definitely near the top, but I would not recommend it to listeners who are not already familiar with the GFL universe. This novella flushes out the future Scott has built beautifully, but I doubt it would be very enjoyable for someone not familiar with all of the characters and intrigue of the world established in the core GFL novels.

What did you like best about this story?

It had a slightly different tone than other stories Scott has written in the GFL universe. I assume this is Mur Lafferty's influence on the novella, and it was refreshing to hear the GFL universe presented slightly differently than I was used to. It's still instantly recognizable, but subtly changed in an intangible way.

What about Scott Sigler’s performance did you like?

His performance of his own characters is always excellent. He brings them to life as no one else can.

Any additional comments?

If you're a fan of Scott's GFL novels, this is absolutely worth a credit.

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