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Publisher's Summary

How far would a man go to protect those he loved? For Gabriel Espinoza, the answer was simple: to the ends of the universe.
When a failed genetic test ruins his life, Gabriel and his fiancée prepare to run to a world where the laws aren't as strict. There they could remain, in peace, for the remainder of their days, their love unspoiled by the strict regime which controls the Dominion of Man.
But Fate is a cruel, fickle mistress.
Torn from the only woman he had ever loved, Gabriel is prepared to burn the galaxy to get her back.
How far would a man go to protect the empire he was sworn to uphold? For Andrew Espinoza, the answer was a bit more complicated.
Torn between family loyalty and his duty to his country, Andrew must infiltrate a rich and powerful clan to determine if they are plotting against the Dominion of Man, but while undercover he discovers something far darker and more dangerous is lurking in the shadows, and he is the only man who can stop it.
But Fate is a cruel, fickle mistress.
How far will Andrew go to ensure the success of his mission?
One brother must save himself; the other must save the universe. But can either survive long enough to achieve their goal?
©2016 Jason Cordova (P)2017 Jason Cordova
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amy on 05-31-17

.Sci fi at its best

What did you love best about Wraithkin?

Epicness. That's the only word I can think of to describe Wraithkin in order to encompass its complexity and pure awesomeness,Superb.When the culture you live in requires you to be " perfect" and being" Imperfect" has serious ramifications for you and your family you know the stakes are high.The fact that this is the "norm" here reaches deepand is a screaming sore across their history.I love how in depth the back story was I just wanted more and more .Il be excited to read book two to build on this excellent foundation and learn what happens to our beloved characters.The phrase "Fate is a cruel, fickle mistress" is used in the description of this book and she really really is in this book.The story in its entirety was astounding by starting out surprisingly and unfolding in an incredible way that only increased my adoration for both Jason Cordova's amazing mind and Rob Saladino's talent .The determination of the characters in matters of the heart, loyalty to a cause and duty is awe inspiring.

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

The narration by Rob Saladino is, as you would expect from him, very good. In the book's most exciting scenes towards the end the combination of Jason's words and this narrator provided top-notch audiobook entertainment. He helped create and define the world we live in for 9 hrs and 31 mins .

Any additional comments?

I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator. This review is my honest opinion.with no sugar on top ;) .

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4 out of 5 stars
By Lori on 05-15-17

Good start to a series

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3.5 stars

Good start to a series. Overall an entertaining and enjoyable listen. The story starts out a little slow and it took me a while to become really interested and be completely pulled in. Once I was, it had my full attention and kept it until the end. Once the story was over I was ready to start the next book in the series .

A society were you are judged by being "Perfect" or an" Imperfect". The classification of "Imperfect" has life altering effects for both the person labeled and their entire family.

Even though the story is predictable in some areas it is still complex enough with enough twists to make it a good solid story. Now that the basics of the conflict have been established, further additions to the series should be really good. That ending was unexpected. Not a cliffhanger really but almost. It will definitely make things more interesting. What about the rest of the Wraith's that were with Gabriel will the same offer be given to them?

Political intrigue, action, suspense, an alien war and loyalty to duty and family.

Interesting cast of characters. Of coarse the best characters are those Wraith's fighting alongside Gabriel. Even though it adds intrigue and mystery to the overall story the sections dealing with the political aspects of the story were much less interesting and I just wanted to get back to the Wraith's.

Rob Saladino did a good job with the narration. Nice voice. Easy to listen to for long periods of time. Clearly spoken with a nice even pace. Really good character voices. He was able to bring the characters and story to life. Several mispronounced words throughout the book. Which pulls you out of the story every time you hear one. Overall though very enjoyable.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.

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