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Serrano Legacy
2 : Sporting Chance (2 of 2)

by Elizabeth Moon
Jul 1, 2008
6 Hours
5
978-1-59950-459-9
Ages 13+
Lady Cecelia is to mysteries what a pack of foxhounds is to a fox... and her interference brings her to disaster. But Captain Serrano isn't about to let her employer-and now her friend-be destroyed. With the help of Lady Cecelia's nephew and his friends, including Lord Thornbuckle's adventurous daughter, Heris plots a rescue, while trying to re-balance her own life and recover relationships with some of her former crew. In the process, she and Lady Cecelia bring down a government.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Sunny Lasskey, Lily Beacon, Terence Aselford, M.B. Van Dorn, Andy Clemence, David Coyne, Thomas Penny , Arianne Parker, Ken Jackson, Michael John Casey, Elisabeth Demery, Cate Torre, Christopher Graybill, Richard Rohan, Karen Carbone, Dylan Lynch, Jeff Baker, Peter Stray, James Konicek, and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Wilson T. Farrier
Dialogue Editors Dan Smith
Sound Designers Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Chris Rohan
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Plesant surpriser by Sheriff Scarlet (Posted on 11/15/2016)
This is generally a great series. With respect, it is a little 'girly' at this stage of the series with a lot of focus around the 'girl and horse-love' theme. The story does open up to reveals a well rounded and pleasantly fulfilling story line that this blends into the other series with. Moons' descriptions, IF self-created (as opposed to being advised to) are also surprisingly entertaining in their value of describing a futuristic world. It always seems a challenge to see how Sci-Fi authors rise to describe and article, object or action in a futuristic platform without 'replicating' another Sci-Fi author.. This series read in order with the other 6-volumes makes it ok. still pleasant enough to complete regardless of the 'girly' like approach, hence my person opinion of a 3/5 *. Personally also, the Sporting Chance volume holds the least energy of the complete series.
Royal Court Drama? Medical Drama? Yep. by Catdaddy (Posted on 11/23/2014)
Uncharacteristically, this part begins with a "previously on Serrano Legacy,” which makes it clear: you should really listen to part one (and both halves of Book I) first. It’s worth it: they’re good.

The series hit it’s stride in this book, and though we probably didn't realize it at the time, the series' *title* was in fact explained in “Sporting Chance” part one. There are still parallels to Moon’s other GraphicAudio-adapted series, “Vatta’s War”: 20 minutes into this part contains the first mention of a cranial implant in the entire series, the technology so central to "Vatta's War”.

In this part, the political intrigue deepens as our characters fight being manipulated by royal machinations. And, honestly, the tensions really hook you.

Admittedly, the book has similar problems to the ending of “Hunting Party,” in that the story wraps up in the last 30 minutes unexpectedly completely, and somewhat overly quickly. It had seemed likely that at least a couple of the plot elements would continuing the following books, though now they need not do so. But a more comprehensive ending can be a satisfying one; this book is certainly worth your time and your dollar.
Serrano Legacy 2: Sporting Chance part 2 by Larry (Posted on 8/24/2014)
Once again very good, well written and holds your interest throughout.

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