This book was really great. Super long and sometimes I caught myself not paying attention to the details and would have to rewind, but it really is good. The narator was awesome and I was never confused by who was speaking.
I am an outdoors person I love hunting fishing dogs and sailing. Born in Boston joined the USAF and served 8.5 years. Moved to Minneapolis.
A non iritating naraitive. Maybe R. C. Bray would have been a better choice. John Lee's gasping pronounciation is quite distracting
The narrator seemed to be gasping and charging into every sentence.
I will have to read the book to have any comment.
What these two books really needed was a good editor. Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained together would have made a really rousing 35 hour book. wait for the abridged version.
I had a very hard time listening to these books. I missed most of the story because the reader doesn't grab my attention (probably good since I listen while driving.) I don't know how to rate the story since I missed so much.
This is a very interesting story, though some of the surprises are not very surprising. There are a vast number of characters, to the point it gets a little hard to keep track. Some phrases are repeated ad nausem; I'll scream if I ever hear "ensyme-bonded concrete" again. That being said, I kept eagerly listening until the end.
This entire series so far has been fantastic. The writing is exciting without being cliche, the story a complete, cohesive, roiling, chaotic whole. Well conceived and well read.