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Owner's Share (Trader's Tales from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper Book 6) (English Edition) par [Lowell, Nathan]
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Everything in the universe comes with a price.

When Diurnia Salvage and Transport undergoes a change in management, Captain Ishmael Horatio Wang finds himself adrift in a sea of red ink, and intrigue. He dives in only to find that he is over his head in a universe where cut-throat competition takes on an all new meaning. What tragic price will Captain Wang pay for his Owner’s Share?

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28 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 At least somebody has closure... 21 mars 2014
Par James - Publié sur Amazon.com
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...But it certainly isn't me. I quite enjoyed all of the books leading up to this was and was supremely disappointed in the direction the series was taken. I respect the author and I understand that this is where he wanted to take the story, but it could have been much smoother. The writing style changes regularly and as others noted it is definitely choppy.

I would look forward to reading more stories along this plotline, but I have given up hope on the main character every being happy with anything. It feels like Mr. Lowell was writing without a plotline or storyboard and just made huge plot twists from nowhere as he went along, and seemingly for purely shock value. Trivial delays also extended the length of the book without any bearing on the story. I would list them but I would rather not spoil the story for anybody who might enjoy it.

Overall I would give the entire series 4 stars, it would be 5 if not for this final book. It was entertaining, but the final book made me feel like I wasted my time when I finished. I had to step back and evaluate them all on their own before posting this review.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 I very much enjoyed reading the Golden Age of the Clipper series 16 octobre 2015
Par Dean Grant Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I very much enjoyed reading the Golden Age of the Clipper series. It had it's ups and downs, and suffered some in the beginning from also being a podcast. Mostly just small things, like Hey! where'd the wife come from. For all that, Lowell is a gifted writer with the same talents as James Schmidt - he can write a ripping good yarn that does not have a bad guy. Rare thing that is. In some of this series he has many challenges, but little conflict.

Some of the weakest points are Ishmael's dealings with the opposite sex. Nothing in his background would have set him up to be a Casanova. Complete Mary Jane in that aspect.

But this is a space opera written small, and he's a ladies man, and the rest is good enough to pass these things by without much comment.

What these stories are not is another Indiana Jones. There is no constant action, the pace is leisurely. Which is a well crafted allegory for space travel. It, like travel in the Age of Sail, took quite a bit of time to go from point A to point B. This captures that atmosphere to perfection. What passes for action is interaction between characters. Long spells in between action scenes.

The series is a engaging a read as I have had in a while.

Okay, why the two stars? That is for this particular book. Many people are upset with a character's death, and the downbeat ending. That doesn't bother me. Many thing this is a great story. I think you're all wrong.

The bone I have to pick with this installment, and it is an installment, it's not the end of the story, is this: deux machina. The person behind it all had no history of animosity to take physical action, and there was alternative ways to achieve his ends that fall with in his expertise and are legal if unethical. None of the groundwork was laid as to why this antagonist would try and kill someone. It seems out of character.

I have also seen this before in another space opera series.

Really what happened was inevitable if the story line were to go on. It's the how it happened. I can't recommend this particular book.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not a satisfying ending... 26 janvier 2016
Par D. Wilcoxen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I almost gave this a one star rating. The beginning is a maddening collection of repeated conversations that feel like utter filler. The story at least picks up gradually as as it develops until reaching a crescendo of action that ultimately falls flat, and finally peters out to a weak conclusion. With a host of loose ends dangling, the last chapter is confusing and terribly unsatisfying. Honestly, I feel cheated; as an end to a series it leaves easily a dozen questions unanswered and any promise of closure and completion thoroughly unfulfilled. Not just a disappointment, but a calamitous failure. I'm almost angry that I wasted the time reading it.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Big Letdown for the Series 5 mai 2014
Par Michael Gallagher - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a long time reader of the series, I have been waiting for this one to come out despite the months-long delays from various (missed) publication dates. If you have enjoyed this series, I would strongly recommend you give this one a pass as it is a major disappointment – not the entire book, but the last 20% or so just went downhill on a fast train.

Without having a spoiler, there appears to be a lot of filler material with even more page after page turns of what the next meal is, what the next meal will be, how the meal was prepared, and the inevitable references to good coffee. Ishmael appears to be someone totally different than he was in previous episodes, and the ending leaves a whole heck of a lot of questions unanswered than necessary: it’s almost as if Lowell was tired of writing and said I’m going to leave it with a crappy ending.

Overall, the series was pretty darn good; this final episode threw a wet blanket on the whole series.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well worth reading 17 novembre 2015
Par igogo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Three years ago I read Quarter Share. It was offered as a free-bee on a book-finding service I used. The story stuck with me and I found myself pondering the enormity of a child trapped by circumstance who had the temerity to find a way by himself out of the trap and into a life as a spacer. I loved the historical references that peppered Ishmael's thoughts and influenced his actions. It was refreshing to see him embrace entrepreneurship to better his condition. I actively looked for Half-Share and wolfed it down in one sitting. I was hooked. Things happened and I stopped my search for a time, but often recalled Ishmael. Then suddenly I had the time and realized I still wanted to know what happened to him. I found the rest of the series and read it over several days, sandwiching it into work and family needs. It never disappointed and I saw the boy grow into an admirable man. Ishmael reads people so well. He is unfailingly polite and interested. His wit and humor pepper his conversations and observations. Ishmael is an admirable character, one every young person might emulate. Kudos , Mr. Lowell
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