Humanity's greatest export - Justice.
Space is a dangerous place, even for the wary, especially for the unprepared. The aliens have no idea.
Here comes the Bad Company.
Colonel Terry Henry Walton takes his warriors into battle, for a price, in this first installment of The Bad Company. He believes in the moral high ground and is happy getting paid for his role in securing it.
Set in the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, Terry, Char, and their people - humans, Werewolves, Weretigers, and Vampires - form the core of the Bad Company's Direct Action Branch, a private conflict solution enterprise.
Join them as they fight their way across Tissikinnon Four where none of the warring parties were what they expected.
Inside this book is cursing, amusing cursing, but cursing nonetheless. If bad language offends you, perhaps this book is not for you?
Set on the foundation laid by the Kurtherian Gambit Series, The Bad Company tells an entirely new story in the Age of Expansion - when the Etheric Empire is fast becoming the Etheric Federation with all of the trials and tribulations that come with bringing together different peoples, systems, and ideals.
Would you listen to The Bad Company again? Why?
Yes. It’s a pretty good story.
What other book might you compare The Bad Company to and why?
This similar to all the other Kurtherian Gambit books.
What aspect of Kate Rudd’s performance would you have changed?
The male voices are pretty off setting. She has a nice voice. Just hit the male voices a bit lighter.
Any additional comments?
I’m still going to get all the KG audiobooks that come out.