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Rogue Clone
1 : The Clone Republic

by Steven L. Kent
Jul 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 18+
Earth, 2508 A.D. Humans have spread across the six arms of the Milky Way Galaxy. The Unified Authority controls Earth's colonies with an iron fist and a powerful military-a military made up almost entirely of clones...

Private first-class Wayson Harris was raised in a U.A. orphanage among thousands of clones born and bred as the ultimate soldiers. But Harris isn't like the other Marines: he has a mind of his own. He figures he's paying for that independent streak when his first assignment out of boot camp is the smallest Marine outpost in the whole U.A.

When a rogue general surfaces, the remote desert world Harris thought was a dead-end posting becomes anything but. Fighting off the general's raid gains Harris a promotion. But it also brings him to the attention of some unfriendly U.A. leaders. They have their own plans for the military-plans Harris disrupts by his very existence. For in an army of clones, the one unforgivable sin is to be different...

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, Eric Messner, Tim Getman, Richard Rohan, Dylan Lynch, Elliot Dash, Joe Brack, Gary Telles, Thomas Penny, Mort Shelby, Tim Carlin, Nick De Pinto, Drew Kopas, Yasmin Tuazon, David Coyne, Danny Gavigan, Thomas Keegan, Christopher Graybill, Jeff Allin, Gregory Gorton, Christopher Scheeren, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, James Konicek, James Keegan and Colleen Delany
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Sam Graventi
Sound Designers Sam Graventi
Original Theme Music Temesgen Wubneh
Additional Original Music Nathanial Perry
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Great start by David (Posted on 2/22/2017)
Once you buy this one, you'll buy them all.edge of your seat action from start to finish.
Clone series by Gabriel (Posted on 11/12/2016)
Very good. My first time teying a graphic audio and i loved it. This is very close to the book.
ROGUE CLONE 1 : The Clone Republic by Rodger Williams (Posted on 11/1/2016)
I really have enjoyed the Rouge Clone series. It is interesting how Wayson Harris works his way into a no win position all the time but some how works his way out of it. Plenty of action in this series!
Superbly done by shane (Posted on 8/16/2016)
This is one of my favorites. Gives you a great introduction of Harris, also sets you up for the rest of the series
Book 1 by justin (Posted on 4/24/2016)
Good book
great start by Lionel (Posted on 12/12/2015)
Great start to the series! I have to listen to the rest now.
Rogue Clone 1 : The Clone Republic by TIM (Posted on 11/17/2015)
Rogue Clone 1 : The Clone Republic by Timothy (Posted on 10/16/2015)
this is an awesome story. and you can really get a feel for the charters. i have probably listened to this one more then 3 times. i recommend this for anyone looking for military base future sy-fi. slow in the beginning but when the action hits. it hits the ground running
Good stuff by J (Posted on 8/30/2015)
Looking forward to the rest of this series, great quality.
ROGUE CLONE by Jason (Posted on 8/5/2015)
This is an amazing series so far and i cant wait to hear what is going to happen next.
You Cant Go wrong with this one by Nick (Posted on 5/20/2015)
This is a Great series It makes road trips short. If you like SCI-Fi you will like this.
great book by john (Posted on 2/16/2015)
this series is one of the best from graphic audio A++
good introduction by Craig (Posted on 1/11/2015)
Lots of action, fast pace. looking forward to see where the story is going.
Well crafted and well cast series by Mike Mc (Posted on 12/13/2014)
Other than the over use of Danny Gavigan for a multitude of characters, the casting is excellent. The story is compelling and keeps you interested with its mixture of political games and combat action.
THIS IS IT! You want this series! by Armand (Posted on 11/10/2014)
If you like futuristic infantry and space stuff, this is the series to get! Plenty of action with the spice of subplots and some intrigue to keep it interesting! Pure brain candy and a great listen moving down the road!
It Reminds me of Halo! by Jason (Posted on 8/14/2014)
The clone soldiers in this series reminds me of the Spartan soldiers in Halo. Especially when referring to Harris who like the Spartans in Halo is an elite killing machine. The cast and crew at GA have done an outstanding job of bringing this series to life. I hope that they'll be able to adapt the Halo novels as well. I give it 5 stars.
The Begining of my Addiction by Andrew (Posted on 6/27/2014)
I am a huge fan of this series, and it all started with the first book.
Excellent! by Loren (Posted on 11/16/2013)
I started this series with volume 2, and it definately englufed my mind. It took a while to get all of the series, but once I did, I couldnt help but listen to it from start to finish again. It vividly paints a movie in your mind, though sometimes it overly repeats things while explaining an idea. But overall, excellent.
At times, this GraphicAudio military thriller sounds like a computer game full of laser rifles, bombs, and explosions. by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/21/2013)
Wayson Harris is a Liberator clone, one of the berserker warrior class in an army of clones that is invading other planets in our galaxy. Ken Jackson and cast jump in and take listeners for a ride through grueling battle scenes, followed by restful vacations back on Earth. The gravelly voiced Jackson portrays Harris, whose life is front and center in this military thriller. Invasions, gunfights, and even political wrangling are punctuated by sound effects. At times, this GraphicAudio military thriller sounds like a computer game full of laser rifles, bombs, and explosions. As Harris’s character evolves through endless battles and he moves up the ranks from private to lieutenant, the narration by Jackson and his fellow actors never skips a beat. M.B.K. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine
Review by Raynor Moore (Posted on 5/23/2013)

This was totally worth it. My favorite performance by Ken Jackson so far. (I think. I assume he played Jarl in Night Angel and Cotton in Cotton Pickens but there are no credits that I can find) Tried "This Cleansing Fire" and couldn't get into it but loving the Clone stuff. It's handled so much better than Star Wars, which is what the title made me think of. I hope to see more of Harris and Freeman (is that Thomas Penny?)
Review by Leif Kehrein (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is a great story. Well told and it moved along at a good pace. I look forward to more from this series. If you liked Vattas war you will like this.

Thanks for all your hard work.
Review by Gildardo Ibarra (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I am finding this one quite great. There is quite a bit of action from the start, and plenty of butt kicking.

I loved the production.

Review by victoria sorel (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Overall I enjoyed this one, but it did take some time to get into it. The first person narrative is tricky on audio and it was only fairly well pulled off. The production quality picked up the slack and it's nice to see some action/adventure back on Graphic Audio.
Review by Jen Morman (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The Clone series is one I've enjoyed over the years. I wait eagerly for each installment of the Harris saga. I'm also an audiobook nut. I heard about this project on Steven Kent's blog (sadsamspalace.com) I was curious.

This rendering of The Clone Republic swiftly switched my view of graphic audio produced books from "curiosity" to "MUST HAVE." I can't wait to own all of the Rogue Clone series, because I'm confident the actors, who did an amazing job, and the sound effects, will only get better.

This is a great story for any scifi fan out there. A man who grew up in an orphanage full of clones, and thought himself a natural born human, learns that he's not only a clone, but a special breed of clone that has been outlawed because of their tendency to become addicted to violence.

The story has a fast pace, great action sequences, and doesn't get bogged down with too much techno-babble that is a weakness of the genre. The price beats any audio book out there, and the production far exceeds what anyone else is doing.
Review by ray grant (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Great Episode Series !!!

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