Broken Angels

Written by:
Richard K. Morgan
Narrated by:
Todd McLaren

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
April 2005
16 hours 30 minutes
Cynical, quick-on-the-trigger Takeshi Kovacs, the ex-U.N. envoy turned private eye, has changed careers, and bodies, once sleuthing for soldiering as a warrior-for-hire, and helping a far-flung planet's government put down a bloody revolution.

But when it comes to taking sides, the only one Kovacs is ever really on is his own. So when a rogue pilot and a sleazy corporate fat cat offer him a lucrative role in a treacherous treasure hunt, he's only too happy to go AWOL with a band of resurrected soldiers of fortune. All that stands between them and the ancient alien spacecraft they mean to salvage are a massacred city bathed in deadly radiation, unleashed nanotechnolgy with a million ways to kill, and whatever surprises the highly advanced Martian race may have in store. But armed with his genetically engineered instincts, and his trusty twin Kalashnikovs, Takeshi is ready to take on anything-and let the devil take whoever's left behind.
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Dan Pressley

It is important that you have first read/listened to the first book, Altered Carbon, in this series. Otherwise, the world and ways will be unfamiliar and far less enjoyable. This book was a fun and tough ride. I enjoyed it alot but it didn't feel as immersive as the first book. It has also left me wanting more and I hope that the author will write a sequel soon. This is science fiction but not to the point of confusion. It has the feel of a military story with a mix of detective story intertwined.

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Somewhat confusing story line. “Broken Angels” doesn’t maintain the clarity of plot and character development of “Altered Carbon”

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Rene G.

Another Great Book easy to follow

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Didn't read first book and found this one confusing. Lots of violence. Got bored listening and didn't finish book.

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Although I'm a science fiction fan, this one expressed gratuitous violence implied or real with every sentence and consequently I found it borrring. If you're into that stuff you may like it, but not for me.

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