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Two women. One mission. Do whatever is necessary.

In this final volume of the Smuggler's Tales, Natalya and Zoya wind up on a mission of mercy back into Toe-Hold space to find out why one of Usoko Mining company's smelters has gone dark. They find an expanding cloud of debris, a crippled ship, and a fleet of mining barges that can't leave the system.

Written in Nathan Lowell's popular Trader's Tales and Seeker's Tales universe.

©2018 Nathan Lowell (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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  • Stephen Jacob
  • 04-04-2020

Another wonderful Lowell story!

I loved this and the two books preceding it. I feel in love with Nathan Lowell's Trader's Tales (first book in the series: Quarter Share), and am always enthusiastic for more from him in this universe. The pair off main characters in this trilogy demonstrate how Lowell can keep creating wonderfully competent characters who really feel like your close friends by the end of the story. Bravo!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-07-2020

Great book

Nathan Lowell never disappoints. This book didn't capture my attention as well as some of his past novels, but that does not mean it is not a great book. I am looking forward to the further adventures of Natalya and Zoya.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-03-2021

Love this series

Absolutely love this series. Highly recommend to anyone who wants to laugh, love and cry and not regret it. How sci-fi should he done.

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  • ryn
  • 22-02-2021

She said...

First off, Nathan Lowell is a treasure and one of the best storytellers I have ever read. I loved this series just as much as the Ishmael books. So I can’t wait to see what happens next.

The hardest thing about listening to this performance was the constant usage of the word “said”. It was especially hard when two character would have a conversation and every other sentence was “She said” or “Natalia said” or “Zoya said”. Emily does a great job that we didn’t need her to constantly tell us who was speaking. At times, I had to stop listening because my ears would hurt every time I would hear it.

But even though it was difficult to hear... I loved the story and the journey the 2 went through over the last 3 books. I can’t wait to read what’s next.

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  • George Eischens
  • 25-05-2020

Much more realistic plot

I’ve gotten tired of the protagonists needing to save humanity with bailing wire and chewing gum; and a clever tactic no space driver has ever contemplated. This book (and series) is much more believable in scope and with the problems to overcome. The characters feel like real people with their worries and goals. Yes, it’s a space opera; and yes, they are a little too lucky most of the time. But, I hated to see their adventures end and I hold out hope I’ll hear about more in the future.

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  • Ray RN
  • 25-04-2020

A FINE FINALE TO A GREAT STORY

Mr. Lowell ties things up nicely in the conclusion to these Tales. I'm sorry to see it end, and look forward to the next set.

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  • Tonya L Reynolds
  • 12-03-2020

Kept me in the deep dark the whole time.

Another enjoyable tale from Mr Lowell. Having the female narrator was an excellent choice to bring the female lead characters to life. I enjoyed the story arc and the more emotional moments touched me like they were real events. I cheered and sniffed out loud. Well done sir!

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  • Micheal E. Weinfurtner
  • 16-12-2020

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love the Share series, been a fan for a while. These books are impressive looks into what life will been like when space travel is as common as plane travel is today. Great storys about day to day life in space.

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  • W. Demerioud
  • 19-10-2020

another 1 loved

nathan lowell one of my fav writers has created another story I just dont want to see end.

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  • KRB
  • 18-10-2020

Phenomenal

Phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal! Gives Owner's Share a run for its magnificence. Apologies for the hyperbole. I loved this book and performance. Astonishing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-10-2020

Another Home Run for Nathan Lowell

If you have ever wondered what a full length movie would be like aboard the Nostromo minus the stowaway which crept aboard inside John Hurts character Kane then Nathan Lowells books are the ones for you.

As always Nathan takes the perceived mundanity of space travel and weaves a spectacularly well told story around it.

By this point in the series we are as well informed of who Zoya and Natalia are as we were of the previous series protagonist Ishmael Wong.

Looking forward to seeing what adventures they get up to in the next installment.

Thank you Nathan for keeping this universe alive....

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  • Poppey
  • 22-03-2020

Deep and so Very Dark! - Review includes Book 2

I find Nathan Lowell's books are more powerful than some books where you move from one battle to another. Its refreshing to listen to sci-fi without the continuous battles where thousands of spacers die in a day, after day.

I have enjoyed this trilogy, although not quite as much as the previous books as I prefer to immerse myself in shipboard crew life and this trilogy did not do that for me. Also, I really didn't warm to Zoya at all.

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