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A Trader's Tale from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper : Book 2

After Ishmael Wang is promoted to the environmental section, he's caught in a swirl of mystery, doubt, belief, lust and a really nice fitting pair of jeans. He has to come to grips with what it means to be a spacer while he's still trying to figure out what it means to be a man. Join Ishmael, Brillo, Pip, and the rest of the crew of the Lois McKendrick as they help the newest member of the crew adjust to life in the Deep Dark.

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    • 4.8, 12 Ratings

A Trader's Tale from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper : Book 2

After Ishmael Wang is promoted to the environmental section, he's caught in a swirl of mystery, doubt, belief, lust and a really nice fitting pair of jeans. He has to come to grips with what it means to be a spacer while he's still trying to figure out what it means to be a man. Join Ishmael, Brillo, Pip, and the rest of the crew of the Lois McKendrick as they help the newest member of the crew adjust to life in the Deep Dark.

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4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Honesty87 ,

Brilliant, funny and gripping.

Really love the authors sense of humour and timing. You really get to know the characters. Really enjoying it. Throw in a bit of romance on the ship and it would get really relatable I think. Now for the sequel :)

Mattscudder75 ,

Moving and comical!

Half Share is the follow up to Quarter Share, & it's better than Quarter Share. Nathan Lowell dose a wonderful job as narrater, but the story he's created is even better. The universe he has made is in some was more balanced than our own, from the women like Brill who runs environmental to (I can't remember his name) the guy that does knitting to kill time. He also touches on sensitive subjects with a wonderful level of care and compassion, (I'm not going to spoil it for you but the way he deals with the subject of domestic abuse is moving and well done), but it dose not over shadow the rest of the story. These audio books are at times moving & at others comical, in some ways Nathan Lowell reminds me of Joss Whedon.

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