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Rogue Clone
8 : The Clone Sedition

by Steven L. Kent
May 1, 2013
6 Hours
6
978-1-59950-984-6
Ages 18+
Earth, A.D. 2519. Less than a year has passed since the clone military of the Enlisted Man's Empire toppled the government of the Unified Authority. Now the clones rule Earth, but a new enemy has emerged-and set off civil war...

Formerly trained to fight for the U.A., clone Marine Wayson Harris had led the Enlisted Man's Empire invasion of Earth and wrested control away from the old regime. He's now ready to do what it takes to ensure the new balance of power isn't jeopardized.

When a trio of religious fanatics from Mars attempts to attack Harris, he fears there is more unrest among the colony's residents. Hoping to stave off an uprising, he leads a troop of Marines to Mars. But once there, they learn the situation is much graver than they first feared.

The red planet's refugees have decided the clones are their number one enemy, and measures to eradicate them are underway. And when Harris is kidnapped and drugged, he discovers something disturbing about himself.

He can be reprogrammed...
 

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, Terence Aselford, Joel David Santner, Tim Pabon, Casey Jones, Elizabeth Jernigan, Nick De Pinto, Michael John Casey, David Harris, Danny Gavigan, Richard Cutting, James Lewis, Steven Carpenter, Evan Casey, Elliot Dash, Scott Mccormick, Tracy Lynn Olivera, Gregory Gorton, David Coyne, Christopher Scheeren, Nora Achrati, Thomas Keegan, Mort Shelby, Michael Glenn, Richard Rohan and Kimberly Gilbert
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers and Thomas Hogan
Sound Designers Brian Rogers and Thomas Hogan
Original Theme Music Temesgen Wubneh
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Not too bad but a few plot holes by Z man (Posted on 1/12/2019)
I thought this one was pretty good overall but there were a couple spots where I wasn’t sure what had happened. I think it was a combination of following multiple characters with the timeline jumping around a bit. It was a good story though and I really liked the characters
Rogue Clone by jeffrey (Posted on 10/29/2015)
Freeman needs his own book
Great Book by john (Posted on 2/16/2015)
This series gets better and better.
This one was a disappointment by Andrew (Posted on 7/14/2014)
This novel seems to confirm that the writer was tired of his main character by this time in the series. Harris is nearly nonexistent in the entire book. The narrator is also changed to a more omnipresent perspective since it's not following the main character. GA did a great job presenting it, but the story did not give them enough to work with.
I like this by vernonathen (Posted on 1/25/2014)
I think this series is really cool
Interesting twist by Loren (Posted on 11/16/2013)
I very much liked the rest of the series and have listened to it all twice. This volume if the story is an almost Quintin Tarentino/M. Night Sahamalan kind of story line, it's different from the rest, but I still liked it and how it did continue the story. There best be more to answer the questions where this one left off.
Rogue Clone series by Mark (Posted on 9/10/2013)
Loved it all. At first I thought that It was going to be a bad, dry, no plot story. Sometimes some things need to be explained and others a sound effect will just work. I believe they got it right. Had me hooked from the first audio book. Had to get them all.
Again loved it.
Honest Opinion by Alex (Posted on 8/27/2013)
The series is awesome from the beginning. But than the author drops this on us its ok to have maybe one of these books and hopefully he steps up his game in the future. GA is awesome as always its one of the reasons I actually keep coming back. Personally if I had to read this book I would have stopped before the ending, but GA has made this really good. You should get this if not as a transition story than just to have a collection because if you are anything like me you probably already listed though the first 7 books twice if not more.
Review by Armand (Posted on 8/8/2013)
I liked this story as well and thought the dual narration worked well... however, the music volume thing made listening hard in a couple places. Overall, I love everything GA does so far! Excellent series as is Vampire Earth and Deathlands and Outlanders and all those! Keep the great work coming!
Review by Curtis Deer (Posted on 7/12/2013)
Absolutely awesome. A perfect book for the GraphicAudio format
Review by Ray Grant (Posted on 7/12/2013)
I Love the series absolutely awesome, However this episode was different, Interesting but I didn't like having Two narrators and in some places the music didn't fit and at one point when Ray Freeman was talking the music was too loud..... But G.A is Awesome and I can't wait for the next episode.
Review by ray grant (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I Love the series absolutely awesome,

However this episode was different,

Interesting but I didn't like having

Two narrators and in some places the music didn't fit and at one point when Ray Freeman was talking the music was too loud..... But G.A is Awesome and I can't wait for the next episode.

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