Police Your Planet


Read by Christian Alexander

(4.3 stars; 126 reviews)

Bruce Gordon looked at his ticket, grimaced at the ONE WAY stamped on it, then tore it into bits and let the pieces scatter over the floor. He counted them as they fell; thirty pieces in all, one for each year of his life. Little ones for the two years he'd wasted as a cop. Shreds for the four years as a kid in the ring before that--he'd never made the top. Bigger bits for two years also wasted in trying his hand at professional gambling; and the six final pieces that spelled his rise from special reporter helping out with a police shake-up coverage, through a regular leg-man turning up rackets, and on up like a meteor until.... He'd made his big scoop, all right. He'd dug up enough about the Mercury scandals to double circulation. And the government had explained what a fool he'd been for printing half of a story that was never supposed to be printed until all could be revealed. They'd given Bruce Gordon his final assignment... (Summary by Christian Alexander and Excerpt of Chapter 1) (5 hr 6 min)

Chapters

01 One Way Ticket 16:22 Read by Christian Alexander
02 Honest Izzy 20:24 Read by Christian Alexander
03 The Graft Is Green 18:56 Read by Christian Alexander
04 Captain Murdoch 15:04 Read by Christian Alexander
05 Recall 9:34 Read by Christian Alexander
06 Sealed Letter 16:02 Read by Christian Alexander
07 Electioneering 25:33 Read by Christian Alexander
08 Vote Early and Often 28:17 Read by Christian Alexander
09 Contraband 15:56 Read by Christian Alexander
10 Marriage of Convenience 18:31 Read by Christian Alexander
11 The Sky's the Limit 17:28 Read by Christian Alexander
12 Wife or Prisoner? 15:32 Read by Christian Alexander
13 Arrest Mayor Wayne! 16:42 Read by Christian Alexander
14 Full Circle 19:27 Read by Christian Alexander
15 Murdoch's Mantle 17:06 Read by Christian Alexander
16 Get the Dome! 24:20 Read by Christian Alexander
17 Security Payoff 10:46 Read by Christian Alexander

Reviews


(3 stars)

An old Western tale of the hard, tough but good hearted protagonist by default, takes on the town's really bad guys. Surprisenly, this story takes place on the planet Mars. Sci Fi? No. Okay story? Yes. The reader seems to lose energy toward the end. He must have bored himself as he droned on, slowly.

a good story


(3 stars)

The reader has a good voice. If he would just put a little emotion into it, instead of the almost monotone he uses, he would be very pleasurable to hear.

Great story


(5 stars)

Nice plot, lots of twists and turns, not much technobabble. Reader is OK even though a little flat. I highly recommend this.

odd story


(5 stars)

The reader's voice grew on me. I appreciate his calm reading of what is a very violent story.


(4 stars)

Good story of which I really enjoyed. The narrator was good and read well but unfortunately read without much feeling.


(4 stars)

The narrator's voice was a bit mild, or maybe lacking energy. But all in all it was well read.


(5 stars)

Great read! Very neat story line with a length that allows for true suspense and character build... Thanks!

amazing


(5 stars)

I just love the way this book l it narrate it,:)