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Serrano Legacy
1 : Hunting Party (2 of 2)

by Elizabeth Moon
Apr 1, 2008
5 Hours
978-1-59950-437-7
Ages 13+
Heris Serrano-formerly a commander in the Regular Space Service-must take whatever job she can get after her resignation under a cloud. What she can get is the captaincy of a rich old lady's space yacht...a rich old horsewoman, who has little liking for the military, and whose spoiled nephew Ronnie (and his equally spoiled friends) have been foisted on her after his folly embarrassed the family. Lady Cecelia's only apparent interest is horses-she intends to go fox hunting on the private pleasure planet of a friend of hers, Lord Thornbuckle. But events conspire to make it far more than a fox hunt.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Sunny Laskey, Andy Clemence, David Coyne, Tess Rohan, Terence Aselford, James Konicek, James Lewis, Michael John Casey, M.B. Van Dorn, Dylan Lynch, Thomas Penny, Ken Jackson, Richard Rohan and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Wilson T. Farrier
Dialogue Editors Chris Rohan, Nathanial Perry and Temesgen Wubneh
Sound Designers Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Chris Rohan and Dan Smith
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Hit the bush with a stick by Daniel (Posted on 2/21/2017)
Okay, after getting through the first half, this is far better. It has an interesting point and reason for the action. I am glad we got to hear the history of Serrano but the series seems to follow Cecelia more than it does Serrano. I am not sure how the others in the series go if we see more of Serrano as a main character instead of feeling like an extra to the others. I don't know if the Victorian sensibility is a long standing theme but I am curious to see where this series will go.

It felt like the importance and the terror factor of what was happening to the kids on the island; wasn't their. I kept wanting to be worried or scared for them but it felt like I was just being told a story rather than being pulled into it like I have with others Graphic audio series.
A nice action pack story by Joshua (Posted on 2/13/2016)
This part brings up the action that was lacking in the first part.
Hunting Party 2 by Todd (Posted on 7/7/2015)
Ties up the loose ends nicely from part 1 and sets the stage for what hopefully should be grander adventures moving forward. With all the time spent on character and story development though I would have liked a bit more depth and complexity.
An Extreme Change of Tack by Catdaddy (Posted on 11/23/2014)
The real conflict only begins in the last few moments of part one, but here the story gets into high gear. Part two goes off in a wildly different direction. It is here that the authentic danger begins to such an extent that is makes the first half seem, although fun, a bit inconsequential. Here, the supporting characters take center stage, and become unexpectedly much more interesting with some very gripping tension missing in the first half of the book.

Somewhat unfortunately, this sidelines Colleen Delaney's performance as Capt. Serrano, so much so that her story arc in the last hour to seems a bit tacked on. In fact, the last hour as a whole is somewhat scattershot, with unexpected changes in perspective and jarring tangents. It seems to be primarily setting up the rest of the series, and this is in fact the case, but it does fragment the conclusion of this first book, despite a cute little coda to the story.

Buy this anyway. The story is gripping, the characters involving, and it sets up a longer series nearly as good as “Vatta’s War,” which remains some of GraphicAudio’s finest work to date.
Review by Rodney Willis Sr (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Brought to light all that the first book hinted at.

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