An original full-length novel set in the Halo universe and based on the New York Times bestselling video game series!
Find. Claim. Profit. In a post-Covenant War galaxy littered with scrap, it’s the salvager’s motto—and Rion Forge certainly made her mark on the trade. All she wanted was to grow her business and continue the search for her long-lost father, but her recent discovery of a Forerunner debris field at the edge of human-occupied space has now put her squarely in the crosshairs of the Office of Naval Intelligence and the violent remains of the Covenant. Each faction has a desire to lay claim to the spoils of ancient technology, whatever the cost, sending Rion and the crew of the Ace of Spades on a perilous venture—one that unexpectedly leads them straight into danger far greater than anything they’ve ever encountered…
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Narrator is good
I don’t know what everyone else is talking about I quite liked the narrator.
Can’t finish the first chapter.
The narrators voice is so annoying to me I was very interested to hear more after the last book but the new narrator killed it for me idk why they made the choice to change up the narrator in the second part of a book. Extremely dumb. I’m sure the story is good and worth an actual read but I can’t listen to this narrator guess I’ll have to pick up a paper back.
Not as good as its predecessor
The story felt boring and the reader made everyone sound like they were from Minnesota, not to mention the alien voices were pretty bad.