Published February 2006
by Graphic Audio .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard Rohan (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Owen Deathstalker defends his honor in this thriller in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green’s epic science fiction series. Owen Deathstalker became a hero after the great rebellion against the tyranny of Lionstone XIV/5(20). The Deathstalker series of science fiction novels, by British author Simon R. Green, was written during the s and early gh referred to by a single name, the series consists of two major episodes (each dealing with a different member of the Deathstalker Clan), and other associated novels providing a backstory to the characters and events of the fictional universe. The Deathstalker Series is a sweeping galactic epic, told with a strong sense of myth and legend. A sci-fi swashbuckler, it tells the story of Humanity’s reluctant savior Owen Deathstalker and his clan, and is an audio feast of breath-taking action, humor, romance and wildly entertaining characters. The fourth book in the Deathstalker series was split into 6 parts for this audio edition. Preceded by Deathstalker War ; followed by Deathstalker Destiny. Book 1.
Deathstalker was a fast paced fun space opera in the Star Wars mould. It was not thought provoking sci-fi by any means but Simon R Green has an engaging writing style and despite using every sci-fi cliché in the book his story was still enjoyable and the characters even had a little depth to them!/5. Owen Deathstalker sacrificed everything to topple a corrupt empire and usher humanity into an age of peace and prosperity. Now Lewis Deathstalker, Owen’s descendant, carries on the family name and honor as a Paragon, warriors famed for their skill and heroism who dispense the /5(16). I was introduced to Owen Deathstalker and his associates by a was six months ago and since then I have read every instalment,of Simon 's thrilling series,at least five fourth title in the series,"Deastalker:Honour",was the only book I read for about three weeks.I read it perhaps four times in those three weeks during coffee breaks and lunch times and I can 5/5(5). Owen Deathstalker defends his honor in this thriller in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green’s epic science fiction Deathstalker became a hero after the great rebellion against the tyranny of Lionstone XIV. But he and his compatriots have no /5(9).
“Deathstalker Coda” is the eighth and final book in the series and was released in the year At first, books in the series came out rather regularly, but after the fifth book came out, in the year , no new books were released until the year Honor (2 of 3) - No More Secrets. by. Simon R. Green. Rating: %. 4 Reviews. and recreate all humanity in their own likeness. Finlay Campbell was a hero of the Great Rebellion, but now he’s a man adrift, a warrior without a clear enemy to fight. Deathstalker: Honor 1 of 3 - The Enemies of Humanity. Deathstalker: Honor 3 of 3 - Cry Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by: Richard Rohan. Deathstalker War - Ebook written by Simon R. Green. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Deathstalker War/5(24). Deathstalker Honor kept my eyes glued to the pages, more anxious than ever to follow the exploits of Deathstalker and his select group of revolutionary allies. Each character is given additional room to grow here, and we begin to see some of what is behind the tough exterior masks they wear/5(20).