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Publisher's Summary

A stand-alone novel set in Susan R. Matthews's critically acclaimed "Judiciary" universe, Angel of Destruction focuses on Bench officer Garol Vogel and his attempts to make peace with the Langsarik people-the people his own Judiciary drove into a life of piracy.

©2001 Susan R. Matthews (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"[Matthews] brilliantly uses science fiction's freedom of creation." (The Denver Post)
"Matthews will stand out in a field dominated (in numbers if not in stature) by mediocre imitators." (Analog)

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A stand alone novel with a touch of Andrej

While there was much less Andrej than I've become accustomed to -- missed his conflicted self --- this was still a very good read. Really fleshes out some of the characters introduced in the Andrej books, especially Vogel.

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  • 22-05-2015

More of Andrej's World

If you could sum up Angel of Destruction in three words, what would they be?

This novels fills in, with rich detail, Andrej's world and gives us some other semi-heroes to cheers for.

What did you like best about this story?

The characterizations.

Which character – as performed by Stefan Rudnicki – was your favorite?

Cousin Stanosh.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Garol's realization of the set-up.

Any additional comments?

As always, very well written. Matthews can really turn a phrase and set a scene.