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Hadad Yu “recovers” things for a living. Things, not people, not animals. Things. Until he gets in trouble and must work for the alien Gyonnese. They want a person to answer for her crimes, and they want to use Yu to get her. He reluctantly agrees, and sets off events that will change his life and the lives around him forever. A companion piece to Recovery Man, The RecoverHadad Yu “recovers” things for a living. Things, not people, not animals. Things. Until he gets in trouble and must work for the alien Gyonnese. They want a person to answer for her crimes, and they want to use Yu to get her. He reluctantly agrees, and sets off events that will change his life and the lives around him forever. A companion piece to Recovery Man, The Recovery Man’s Bargain explores the motivations of one of the stranger characters in the Retrieval Artist universe....

Title : The Recovery Man's Bargain
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ISBN : 8523545
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 162 Pages
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The Recovery Man's Bargain Reviews

  • Charl
    2019-02-20 23:39

    The kidnapping of Miles' wife, from the point of view of the kidnapper. Interesting.

  • BobA707
    2019-02-28 16:52

    Summary:I was hoping that this would add to the "recovery man" which I had just read, but its essentially exactly the same story told from the recovery man's view point. It does add some insights, but didn't go anything like as far as I was expecting. Not really recommended - just read "recovery Man" which is excellent.Plotline: Same as Recovery man, but told from the Recovery man's viewpointPremise: Excellent - its part of the Retrieval Artist universeWriting: Excellent as always, descriptive, simple.Ending: He gets away with it !! Bat at a costPace:Never a dull moment.

  • Carly Kirk
    2019-02-27 22:41

    This was okay... It was kind-of interesting to read about Rhonda Shindo/Flint being kidnapped from the Recovery Man's perspective, but there was so much of the story that was word for word taken straight from the previous book that I skimmed a lot of this short story, making it even shorter to read... To me there wasn't enough added to really justify this being a book of it's own, I think it should have been added to the original, so I'm kinda ticked that I paid for this when it's for the most part a regurgitation of the same story.

  • Cissa
    2019-03-12 21:52

    A very short novel in the Retrieval Artist universeThis very short novel offers some back-story to the main story arc. Flint does not appear, but the events have a huge impact on his life.It's an engaging and interesting story. My only quibble is that it really is extremely short; I read it in a couple of hours.

  • Nancy
    2019-02-20 22:54

    Not a very interesting character or an interesting story. It's like a children's story in which someone is naughty, is sorry and promises to do better. Pretty much tripe from an author I expected more of.

  • Wes
    2019-03-19 19:32

    Probably the weakest of the series, this short story has a lot of repetitive material from the novel it follows.

  • Ann
    2019-02-18 22:58

    I've read all of the Recovery books by Ms Rusch, and I've enjoyed them all. This isn't the best one of the bunch, but it's still good. Enjoyed it.

  • Ryan Williams
    2019-03-03 00:49

    I enjoyed this look at the Recovery Man from his point of view. It overlaps with the novel The Recovery Man, but there is plenty of new material.

  • Rain
    2019-03-02 00:44

    Not one of my favourites of the series, although like "The Impossibles" it adds back-story to the operation of the Black Fleet organisation which becomes important in later books.

  • Dave
    2019-03-09 17:56

    It fills in a little back story, but I don't think there was anything here I loved.

  • Larry
    2019-03-07 22:00

    6.5 may not be where to start a series :-)