People suck! You’ve heard that right? I don’t agree, but in Legacy of the Shadow, humans suck to everyone else in the galaxy. Then Justin and Marcus hit the scene with the hopes of changing that widely held opinion. One young man has been beat up by life decisions ranging from his authoritarian father to his dead end job to alien abduction. The other young man saw a UFO and grabbed his bug out bag!
Boy do I love it when our hero holds a business degree! When I was in high school and thought I might one day figure out “what I want to be when I grow up” I thought business degrees were for evil greedy people who only wanted to squeeze cash from laborers. Then life happened, I’ve got a family, mortgage, and (gasp) a business degree… Which I recommend to anyone who wants to be successful at anything, by the way. The SCIENCE of business administration has been studied and practiced for hundreds of years because it is the practice of organizing work. Justin finds himself applying his education in a very unique place to some very common problems.
I dig the setting! Not Northern Connecticut (though I am sitting about a forty minute drive away from where the abduction scene happened)… There is a giant metal planet/ satellite/ inactive mysterious center with all sorts of huge space ships docked up to it and interconnected. It is also one of the only grey zones in Galactic space.
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Ray Greenley did a great job narrating. There were a wide range of voices and his characterization accented the story well.
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