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Siobhan Dunmoore, Book 3
Narrated by: Eric Michael Summerer
Series: Siobhan Dunmoore, Book 3
Length: 12 hrs and 15 mins

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After centuries of travel, an ancient log buoy finally reaches human-controlled space. In the midst of a stalemated interstellar war, the Admiralty has little interest in wasting resources on what would likely be a fruitless search for the truth, but someone was able to convince them they could afford to send an old, obsolete frigate soon destined for the scrapyard on this quest.

Pulled from her patrol route, Siobhan Dunmoore is ordered to take an envoy aboard Stingray and sail into a poorly charted and virtually unexplored region of the galaxy hidden behind interstellar dust clouds. Along the way she'll come to the attention of an old enemy, now also relegated to the fringes of the war, turning a voyage of discovery into a race against time and against each other. Though her troubles quickly multiply, Dunmoore has faced worse odds. She's determined to bring Stingray home with its honor intact, and few are brave enough to bet against her, not even their old Shrehari foes.

©2016 Eric Thomson (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Dr. WyoPaul
  • 07-07-2018

Great end to the series!

Each of the three books in this series poses a different plot and type of resolution. All are great reads if you enjoy space opera.

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  • Reena
  • 20-10-2017

More, more, more please

Just finished the third book in this series and I am seriously missing the main character of this series. Siobahn Dunmore...I loved her sass and at times wanted to choke the living daylights out of her but you just can't resist a good yarn like this one. Its not often authors create such multi-dimensional characters and I'm looking forward to the next in the series. Minor irritations with repetitive words - and sometimes inappropriate grammar but to be fair this is far more obvious in a narrated version that it would be in print. Overall I feel like I'm missing a friend and waiting for their return. Eric Michael Summerer does a superb job in all three books and never pulls the reader out of the story. Rare indeed.