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Summary

For the first time, all of the short fiction set in James S. A. Corey's New York Times best-selling Expanse series is available in this collection - including a brand-new novella. Now a major television series on Prime.

Contents:

Drive

The Butcher of Anderson Station

The Churn

Gods of Risk

The Vital Abyss

Strange Dogs

Auberon

Memory's Legion

For more fiction from James S. A. Corey, check out the international best-selling Expanse series:

Leviathan Wakes

Caliban's War

Abaddon's Gate

Cibola Burn

Nemesis Games

Babylon's Ashes

Persepolis Rising

Tiamat's Wrath

Leviathan Falls

©2022 Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck (P)2022 Hachette Audio UK

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its not the TV series I thought I was buying

on listening I was trying to figure out why I couldn't follow it .some stories are OK but nothing the TV series didn't tell you . dissatisfied and a little dull.

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scratches more itches than I knew I had

this collection of short stories really fleshes out the world of the expanse. I would recommend and reading it between books 8 and 9.

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exceptional science fiction.

the expanse I believe is one of the best realised futures in all fiction. hearing authors perspective on the origins and ownership of fully rounded characters shows the depth of the creation of a realistic future of mankind.

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Just wish there would be more

Excellent narration as always from Jefferson Mays. Nice to see what happens to Philip. Just wish there would be more Expanse stories.

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A good supplement

This set of stories provide a very good supplement to the main book series. Some of stories fill in gaps, others take a strand of the stories forward. While there are some passages that seem strung out, they are generally thought-provoking and inventive. The stories are performed well, although the voicing of some of the characters is occasionally slightly clichéd. All in all, a worthwhile listen.

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Bittersweet Coda to the Expanse

The final book of the Expanse, this anthology of eight stories throughout, before and after the series is an excellent, sometimes poignant, aftershock. Author's notes after each story gives a rare insight into the creative process of James S. A. Corey, and as always Jefferson Mays IS the voice of the Expanse.
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Excellent completion of the whole work.

Really enjoyed the author's notes giving extra insight into the ideas that motivated the writing.

This recording would benefit from being split into "chapters" as a normal novel would.

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Excellent combined set of stories.

Varied and fleshes out the expanse universe even more, several of the books are actually story threads in the TV series - though don’t make it in to the main book series. As ever imagination and very different types of story, grounded characters in a great universe. Highly recommended.

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explaining beautifully

interesting short stories, as well written and composed within the universe of The Expanse. filling in the missing and explaining the confusing parts of the main storey. wonderful- thank you.

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great, but don't start here

these are short stories which span the whole of the expanse Saga and then some. there great if you're a fan reading the other books or having just finished them, but it's not the right place to start. or maybe it is, if you like pricing things together retrospectively.

They're definitely worth a go if you enjoyed the other books, though, and the authors notes are very illuminating.