writing style was a little too simple for my taste, some dialogue was unrealistic, however it was still an overall good novel, clear and uncluttered, with a surprisingly satisfying ending, definitely worth a read- listen
This was an incredibly depressing book. It had a somewhat fractured plot, with no resolution. No plot twists just jumps. The main characters were fully developed and intriguing. The premise was good. But the story was jumbled and the conclusion was totally dissatisfying. So much more could've been done with this story. Mostly it left me depressed and unfulfilled.
Surprisingly very good and thought provoking. Interesting premise followed up with theology and scientific theory. Loved the main characters and the challenges for each to overcome past beliefs and face the future with open minds and hearts. Very touching and heartwarming science - who knew?
Say something about yourself!
Definitely not what you would expect from the title. Good read for sure. Different perspective gives light.
I'll admit I had picked up this book without realizing it was a novel at all. It was definitely not what I was expecting, but the performance was very engaging so I gave it a chance and listened to it on a long road trip. I'm very glad I did.
This is a fun story with enjoyable characters, an easy and pleasurable listen, and an excellent performance by Jonathan Davis. I wish all my accidental discoveries were this pleasant.
I was looking forward to a good discussion about science vs god. but the alien character starts presenting mythical information (at least at this point to humanity.... ie. the grand unified theory of everything) to support his argument that god exists, thereby rendering the argument itself mythical and unreal. Didn't even bother to finish it.