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    From critically acclaimed New York Times best-selling author Peter F. Hamilton comes The Captain's Daughter, Book 2 in his audio original Arkship trilogy.

    With the help of a command AI, the hole in the Daedalus has been fixed by Hazel and her friends. But in the process, they have antagonized the Yi, the aliens who are actually controlling the Daedalus. After a daring escape from the Yi, Hazel and her friends now must convince the people of the Daedalus villages and the village leaders that the Yi exist - and that they must fight back in order to survive. This proves tricky, as those in power don't want their authority challenged.

    In order to produce proof of their dire situation, Hazel and her friends have to return to the forward section of the Daedalus to find another surviving command AI so they can find where the Yi are hiding and what their goal is. What Hazel and her friends discover is the terrible secret of the Yi, and what they have been doing on board the Daedalus for the last five hundred years.

    The Captain's Daughter is a thrilling continuation of the story that unfolded in A Hole in the Sky, Peter F. Hamilton's first YA novel, that will appeal to all his legions of fans. 

    ©2021 Peter F. Hamilton (P)2022 Tantor

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    • Johnnie Pattison
    • 24/02/2022

    Excellent story. Horrible reader execution.

    I had to keep reminding myself that this was a children's book. I love the work that the author has done previously, but I won't be buying any more of his young adult work. Painful listening.

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    • Daniel Cascaddan
    • 24/02/2022

    Podkayne Sky Orphan Starship Troopers

    This poor Heinlein rip-off is just one endless “dance” scene. Furthermore, a person reading the whole series could skip this book entirely and miss almost nothing. It definitely ends with a “to be continued” situation. I have SO liked everything by Peter F. Hamilton, until these books. Very disappointing.

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    • darlingkit
    • 23/04/2022

    My first disappointment

    This is such a break on a long streak of amazing stories. I'm sad and disappointed. First, why would Mr. Hamilton break up his pattern of long books into shorter stories. More income in the stream? Next, more relevant to me is why would the main character, Hazel, be so weak and her younger brother the real leader be so innovative and "right on"? Girls "are so frightened and boys are so smart and adventurous"?. It is cliché, something I would have never expected from Peter Hamilton. Why couldn't Hazel's smart and sassy brother be a smart and brilliant girl? There seems to not be much more to Hazel than her genetics as "the Captain's Daughter" to set her as leader over others. Naïve and innocent is a good concept, but why so "afraid, anxious, nervous, doubtful, and reliant on other's praise and support? I felt this is a biased and stereotypical concept of a weak young women who has a brother who can save the day by his brilliant imagination and intelligence. I'm sure a younger audience and an attempt at a different type of story is a motivational goal. I've read/listened to hundreds of hours by Peter Hamilton. This is not his best work. And now one must pay for 4 novels to get the story told vs. his delivery of long and complex story telling and the pleasure of the journey. And why do all the adults and mature people get relegated to stupid and dull? I just have to say, I'm disappointed in this new line of storytelling. Maybe Hazel needs to grow up some. Her foes are obviously smarter than she.

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    • john rivas
    • 06/03/2022

    not Peter F Hamilton best works

    I've read most of Peter F. Hamilton's books, as far as I can say this book is made for a younger audience. If you're are expecting a quality I would not recommend. On the other hand if you are a young reader it's a good way to get into this type of genre.

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    • Ken Weston
    • 03/07/2022

    It is hard to believe…

    …that this came from the same author who wrote some of the finest hard science fiction I’ve ever read.
    “Mary Poppins in space”.

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    • Andy
    • 24/06/2022

    Very basic sci-fi, Hamilton’s most basic

    If you’re looking for Hamilton’s typical universe-spanning, an enormous cast of well developed characters, and a deep storyline- you’re going to be disappointed. This is a fairly linear, straightforward story with a young lead character. The story is told from first person view and all the characters are unidimensional.

    All that being said, I think this would be a great book for a young adult (especially female- the main character is a girl) who is just finding what they like when it comes to they audiobook experience.

    Think Hunger Games type characters.

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    • al
    • 04/06/2022

    A bit disappointing

    it truly does not feel like P.F.Hamilton
    Aside from a couple of interesting twists the story and the main characters are as bland as it gets.
    The overall story is a bit implausible. Narrator does a very basic job at covering the various personages, all interpreted with very similar voices, tones, timber and inflection. Perhaps it is just me but I will not follow up on this story.

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    • Gr
    • 22/05/2022

    Not your typical PFH book.

    The Captain's Daughter by Peter F. Hamilton is book #2 of the Arkship Trilogy. The Captain’s Daughter picks up the story and runs with it, barely letting up throughout, and building on every aspect of A Hole in the Sky.

    This remains very much a YA series, and it will never be my favorite from this writer. However, I found the aspects that annoyed me most in the first book, including the teenage angst and the # of references to the "Sweet Captain," to be less frequent or annoying. The narration by Elizabeth Klett fits the writing. This book remains about 3.5 stars, but this time I have rounded up and I look forward to the conclusion.

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    • Andrea Ojeda
    • 19/05/2022

    Not Hamilton’s best but…

    Not Hamilton’s best but, I’m a 40 yr old man. The writing is great and the narrator is wonderful except her portrayal of the main character makes her sound kind of pitiful. Overall though the story was enjoyable and I look forward to reading or listening to the conclusion.

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    • Gabriel
    • 21/03/2022

    Wonderful Story

    This is a fantastic young adult novel. it's not typical Peter F. Hamilton affair, to my mind it's better than many other young adult novels of a similar nature out there. I will say, the narrator reads very slowly so I listen on 1.1X speed, but other than that I can't make any complaints. I think it's a great dive into the psyche of a young woman thrust into an impossible situation.