I'd happily recommend this to any other Star Trek fans.
This is the first time I've heard Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie's performances on Audible, and I loved it. Their characterisations and deliery were wonderful. There was an underlying serious message within the performance, which was balanced by the inherent enjoyment between both Nimoy, de Lancie and the audience. Five stars!
I've come across references to the 'Alien Voices' series in the past and this recording was my first experience. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and will be tracking some more down in future.
Huntress of Dirty Socks
But even if you never saw the movie, you'll probably have fun with this title, especially if you're a Star Trek fan.
I AM a Star Trek fan, but wasn't sure if this would be worth the purchase; after all, it's a "tie-in". That doesn't sound promising! Sounds like it's merely a vehicle to cash in on the movie's popularity.
Maybe it is, but it is also an enjoyable listen as well a source that answered so many questions I had after watching the movie. For example, who was the kid Kirk hoots at in the opening scenes as he speeds down the road? And how in the heck did that Uhura and Spock thing go down? This book explains it all.
Zachary Quinto does a great job narrating, too.