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- Print Length: 260 pages
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- Language: English
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The Omega Cage (The Matadors) Kindle Edition
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The Omega Cage is the story of the prison escape alluded to in Perry's more recent novel, Brother Death. It follows a prisoner in the Confed's most secure prison (called, not surprisingly, the Omega Cage). With the help of the warden's albino sex slave, he escapes the prison and makes his way off planet using some interesting alien technology.
The pace of the novel is reasonably fast, but because of the prison setting, much of the action is not as brisk as most of Perry's novels.
The Omega Cage is a vehicle Perry uses to re-introduce both Juete and Maro in their own gripping adventure. A Hellish prison called the Omega Cage ends up becoming Maro's new home after a betrayal from within the Crime Guild he belongs to, Black Sun.
Once there he encounters Juete who is languishing as the cruel warden's sex slave and....well read the book for yourself. The plot is pure Perry and what could be better?
The cage is a hi-tech prison on an isolated planet. The dumping ground for the scum of the galaxy- and special enemies of the brutal Confederation.
They said escape was impossible. If Warden Stark and his merciless hunting machines didn't get you, the bone-littered desert and deadly swamps would claim anyone lucky enough to survive.
Now, Dain Maro, sentenced to the Omega Cage for a crime he didn't commit, is about to attempt the impossible.....
Recommended for fans of Steve Perry and the mental aspects of the martial arts in a science fiction setting.
Gunner May, 2010
I'd give this a 4.5 if I could, but since I had to choose I decided it was worth a 5.
Gunner May, 2010