I would. The story was well written, the world developed, and the characters memorable
The scene with the spider was haunting and disturbing.
I knew going into this book that it was different than the movie, didn't mind that so much. one thing I didn't like was that as much as the narrator tried to do different voices for the different characters he fell a lil short. all and all it was a good book but if you are looking for a written version of the movie then you will be saddle mistaken.
Written before the current age, this book is filled with irony that forces the reader to ask what does being alive mean? Reading this in 2016 the story seems antiquated and the story itself isn't good enough to grab my attention. The movie is beautiful and worth watching purely for that reason. Scott Brick consistently gives an amazing performance.
loved the story. unfortunately, the reader drones on monotonously which can be tiring.
when I first started my way through the book I was worried I wouldn't be able to make it through the book, but the story was compelling enough to keep me engaged.
Found the whole discussion about animals both fascinating and entertaining.
Being more like the movie.
I imagine the book is fine, I was hoping for it to be closer to the movie. After listening to the book I just have to say whoever came up with the movie from this book did an awesome job.
The performance was good just dry material. Too many conversations about extinct animals.
Scott Brick has the perfect voice for all of Philip K Dick's stories. He makes me want to listen to all of them! This story is wonderfully strange and very different from the film.
Scott Brick is well known for his audio book narrations, but lets face it...he's hard to listen to for long periods. He sounds like he's dealing with a hernia during all his reads; But he gets the job done, and the book, when you think about when it was written, is really superb.