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Monday, April 16, 2018
ROGUE STATE: FRACTURED STATE, BOOK 2 (audiobook) by Steven Konkoly
Published in 2017 by Brilliance Audio.
Read by Timothy Andres Pabon.
Duration: 9 hours, 21 minutes.
The action surrounding embattled water engineer Nathan Fisher and his family in the year 2035 continues in Rogue State. In the first book, Nathan witnessed an act of terrorism designed to egg on a tense situation between the government of California and the federal government. Now, he and his family are being hunted by a mysterious group funded by a group of oligarchs that are determined to manipulate this situation to their advantage.
In the second book of this series the action factor gets ratcheted way up. In many ways, the main story line of the book is one giant chase scene across a series of rural and urban desert landscapes - but it is a heck of a chase scene. We also learn a lot more about the bad guys and the messed up version of America that Konkoly has created for this book (which I found at least as interesting as the chase scene thread).
The audiobook was read by Timothy Andres Pabon who read the first book as well. Once again, he did a great job except he cannot say the word "chassis" correctly.
I rate this audiobook 4 stars out of 5.
This audiobook can be found on Amazon.com here: ROGUE STATE.
See the review of Book 1 in this series here: Fractured State.