I liked it, but it was not at all like the TV series and won't answer any lingering questions. It does deal with a flash forward event, but describes it with plausible physics and science :)
My overall impression is that this book would have made a great short story. As it is, it lacks rithm, depth, and just enough subject matter to make it really entertaining.
the story is a little bit long-winded, sometimes redundant, and the characters aren't really all that likeable. But despite all this, I still listen to it straight through. It was entertaining.
very fun book. great story if you love time travel concepts. wish the tv on this would have lasted longer than one season. there's so much more you could tell from this story
Perhaps someone from Quebec or France, or a sophistic American.
This is my first (probably my last) Sawyer book so I can't compare it to his other works. However, I've read many SciFi books, and Flash Forward rates in the bottom 20%.
Perhaps. His pronunciation was good, but tone was frequently "whiney".
The concept was interesting.
The author should not forsake the story; "Keep the faith, but keep it to yourself". Also, I never "cared" whether the Fast Forward characters lived or died although it seems that is what Mr. Sawyer was trying create. If the story had lacked a provocative idea I would have asked Audible to credit my purchase.