Gun Runner Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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|Listening Length||18 hours and 2 minutes|
|Author||Larry Correia, John Brown|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||02 February 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank||
21,191 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
371 in Military Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
500 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
555 in Adventure Science Fiction
4.6 out of 5
445 global ratings
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Reviewed in Australia on 24 February 2021
Bought the book as I am a fan of Larry. Disappointed as it was not up to his usual standard. I never really empathised with the main character. All the recipe was there for a great story but it just didn't come together for me. If there is a book two I will wait for it to come out in my local library.
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Collectivists beware.Reviewed in Germany on 6 February 2021
Couldn't stop reading. I want more, and am now waiting for sequels and prequels with samoan warriors, navy officers leading their crews, cybernetic little hacker-girls and possibly sergeant jacky getting back home and freeing people from reeducation camps. Not necessarily in the same book.
One person found this helpful
Starts off a bit slow but goes strongly after thatReviewed in Germany on 6 February 2021
A smuggler crew ends up with an ethical grenade in their lap that requires sacrifice and guts to disarm. People who like action, mechs, smugglers and devious dastardly villains will enjoy this ride and there hopefully will be a sequel to pick up some of the hints at a greater conspiracy behind it all.
Workmanlike, not up to the usual caliber. Not worth the $9.99 I paid to pre-order it. YA audience.Reviewed in the United States on 5 February 2021
I'm a big Larry Correia fan and I pre-ordered this book based on his other work. I was disappointed. It's not terrible, but it is simply isn't up to snuff. The characters are two dimensional, the plot is just cheesy, like it was made for broadcast TV. It is well executed and the editing is first class, but it was boring to read. Yes, boring. I read very quickly and I barely made it through it. That seldom happens. There was no suspense, there were no real plot twists. It was as predictable as a Hollywood screenplay. Looks like it was targeted for a YA audience. Save your money, save your time, read something else.
12 people found this helpful
“Giant robots, bandits, and murderers.”Reviewed in the United States on 5 February 2021
Do you like action? Action that starts in the first paragraph and just keeps going right to the end? How about stories where good(ish) people do their best to make sure that really bad people have the worst day ever (and then die)? How about books with fun and interesting characters that are complex enough to care about without getting in the way of the story? Do you want to just read something cool? Then buy this book.
13 people found this helpful
Solid, Entertaining Novel!Reviewed in the United States on 26 February 2021
Gun Runner was a fun book to read. The book flowed nicely. I could not determine which author, Larry Correia or John Brown wrote what parts of the story. I liked the idea of the god point in the gate travel, what different people experienced at the halfway point. There are monsters in the novel.. They are not supernatural and just do what animals do to survive on their planet. The actual monster in this book is a human who uses other people to get the results he wants. Correia and Brown have written a solid novel. The crew of the Tar Heel is full of interesting and likable characters for the most part. I am not to sure about Shade.
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