The reader(?) Lloyd James did the story justice. I read the book back in the 70s. The audible with Lloyd was as good or better than my own imagination of the characters was. If you enjoy Heinlein's stories this is a must.
homebrewer & music tech nerd
Classic sci-fi that took me far too long to discover. Sadly, the faux-Russian accent of the narrator (Manuel Garcia O'Kelly-Davis) is rather distracting.
The moon declares independence, assisted by a sentient computer. Narrator ok, but uses a monotone accent for the main character.
I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook. I had not read the novel in over a decade, but the characters once again came to life through my headphones. Bravo, Mr. James!
Great premise but didnt follow through with a good plot.
Hard to distinguish between characters, very annoying voice
I'm not quite done yet but I needed to pause and write a review: While the somewhat silly sounding accents at first seem overdone, the narrorator gives one of the best performances in an audiobook I have ever heard. Filled with nuance and admirable consistency, this classic sci-fi story was done justice by true emotional depth given to each character. If you've read this before are are considering giving this a listen for a refresher, be assured it will give the story a depth you likely had not imagined. If you're new to this book, I believe you will be absolutely enamored by it, in large part due to the wonderful reading.