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A Tortantula and a Flatar. The most enigmatic teaming in the mercenary guild, it’s also a perfect pairing, where one’s strengths cover the other’s weakness. Raised together from birth, their lives are a brutal series of tests. From the moment they’re thrust together, they are forced to kill their own kind just to survive. No excuses, no mercy, no room for failure. Succeed...or die.

Azah isn’t like most other female Tortantula; she’s much smaller and made fun of constantly. No one expects her to survive, much less succeed, but she’s still given a chance and assigned a Flatar: Sadek. The two quickly bond and find they complement each other. Against all odds, they survive the breeding dome and join the ranks of their races’ mercenaries.

But Azah begins to exhibit some extremely odd abilities, and everything changes. When Sadek uncovers a plan to manipulate the Tortantula breeding program, he’s unable to determine what their goals are...only that they have plans for Azah. Powerless to stop their shadowy machinations, the two know one thing: They want to stay together "Zha Oort" - until the ending.

But Fate is calling, and Fate doesn’t care what anyone wants.

©2018 Seventh Seal Press (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • Mike
  • 20-02-2020

not sure what this was

I have no idea what this book was about. it had nothing to do with the four horsemen. it should not be in the next series when you go on your queue. I have lost three hours of my life that I can never get back.

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  • Truth Matters
  • 08-05-2021

Diversion Not Expected

This diverges from the usual 4 Horsemen fare as it's about the story of one of thr large spider like aliens & it's rodent like partner from very young childhood into adulthood from the spider akien's point of view. Humans don't even enter the picture except with bit parts at the end as enemy combatants.
To me was more like a YA coming of age story with a twist & not what I expected or wanted in a 4 Hoseman tale.
Totally different from Book 1 and thankfully, from Book 3 as well.
If you like the type of story I described above, or are keenly interested in an in depth story of an alien life form, filled with the usual oddman out angst of childhood/teen years then have at it. Otherwise skip to Book 3. Personally I don't think it should've been here in this Series. Just my opinion & one which, I'm sure, many will disagree with.

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  • wesley
  • 14-05-2021

I really loved this story.

I like books that make you feel the characters. Plus, everyone loves the underdog. I was very pleasantly surprised, and I had some doubts going in. but it was wonderful.

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  • MPITA
  • 29-03-2021

After 5 minutes of this narrator... scrapping this

Terrible narration. Most female narrator voices do not do justice to the different characters and often come off as sounding mocking or deliberately disingenuous when attempting to vocalize male characters. Ever since the god-awful narration in Neal Stephenson's Seveneves it's become apparent that female narration doesn't cut it in this genre. Addrd to that this narrator has a lisp to top it off. That may actually play well for the voice of certain characters but not the narrator. WTF audible...
while it's this book didn’t cost anything I just couldn't get past a chapter or two. I buy books that I like to listen to from audible - not career opportunities for the needy.

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  • Art & Beth Manansala
  • 28-03-2019

Nice Story Line but Terrible Ending

I loved the first 75% of this book and was happy to learn about this origin story of the main character. The last few missions were really pretty disappointing and really felt rushed (although with only 7.5 hours I don't know why they'd want to rush the end).

It would be nice to see the follow up story and I will get it once available.

The narration by Cris Dukehart was solid.

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  • customer
  • 04-06-2021

NOT A SEQUEL

overall enjoyable story within the four horsemen universe but not a continuation from book one.
narration took some getting used to.

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  • Robert Newell
  • 14-04-2021

Great story

Really enjoyed the narration. This book is from the alien's point of view. Original and entertaining.

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  • Brian McGrew
  • 08-03-2021

Good Science Fiction

I appreciate a good science fiction story with no agenda but a solid, entertaining story. Thank You!

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