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Persepolis Rising

Persepolis Rising

Written by James S.A. Corey

Narrated by Jefferson Mays


Persepolis Rising

Written by James S.A. Corey

Narrated by Jefferson Mays

ratings:
4.5/5 (64 ratings)
Length:
20 hours
Released:
Dec 5, 2017
ISBN:
9781501965630
Format:
Audiobook

Description

In the thousand-sun network of humanity's expansion, new colony worlds are struggling to find their way. Every new planet lives on a knife edge between collapse and wonder, and the crew of the aging gunship Rocinante have their hands more than full keeping the fragile peace. In the vast space between Earth and Jupiter, the inner planets and belt have formed a tentative and uncertain alliance still haunted by a history of wars and prejudices. On the lost colony world of Laconia, a hidden enemy has a new vision for all of humanity and the power to enforce it. New technologies clash with old as the history of human conflict returns to its ancient patterns of war and subjugation. But human nature is not the only enemy, and the forces being unleashed have their own price. A price that will change the shape of humanity -- and of the Rocinante -- unexpectedly and forever.

Released:
Dec 5, 2017
ISBN:
9781501965630
Format:
Audiobook

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  • (4/5)
    Part of the expanse saga. Good saga characters. I would not recomend it if you had not read or seen the previous books or series. Good performance by the reader.
  • (5/5)
    Outstanding

    Best audiobook I've ever listened to.
    Narrator is phenomenal and now anything read by someone else is second rate.
  • (5/5)
    Jefferson Mayes has a very smooth reading voice. He's very effective at conveying emotions of characters and evoking scenes from the story. The story itself, like the rest of The Expanse, is always full of small details becoming incredibly relevant later on. It's a wonderful series.