• Template

  • A Novel of the Archonate
  • By: Matthew Hughes
  • Narrated by: Kayll Heath
  • Length: 7 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When professional duelist Conn Labro escapes indentured servitude as the star player of Horder's Emporium, he abandons the gaming world of Thrais, and sets out on an interstellar journey filled with murder, deceit, and self-discovery. His only friend on Thrais, discovered dead and tortured, left him enough money to buy himself out of his contract, and a curious encrypted "bearer deed" to a mysterious property, on the distant edge of the galactic Spray. 

With the seductive, secretive showgirl Jenore Mordene at his side, and a villainous, pleasure cult dogging his every move, Labro sets out to learn the truth behind his bearer deed, and more about his own past than he had ever dared bargain for.

©2007 Matthew Hughes (P)2022 Matthew Hughes

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Goos story, too flatly narrated.

I likely would have enjoyed the story a great deal more if narated with less flat, machine-like cadence. Which may have been intentional for the main character, but carried through to all others as well.

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