It was the perfect conclusion to Daemon. The characters developed well (and believably) over the story which made for a great listening experience.
I appreciated how Suarez was able to weave the actions of adversaries into a very nuanced conclusion. (I hope that sounds confusing and intriguing. When the story finishes, you'll know what I meant.)
I was surprised that the digital German soldier made for the most entertaining sequences in this book.
A New Society Struggles to Emerge
Daemon and Freedom (TM) beg to be made into a movie or two.
I drive quite a bit for my job and really enjoy audio books. As for this book, Love the book , love the writter, love the narator, Loved it. The only thing that I did not like about this audio.... is that it came to an end.
in concept this story is amazing, but his writing feels a little underdeveloped. Like his story telling is clunky as some would say. Both this and Daemon were at times delightful and a chore to get through. As well as some story elements that had great build ups but ultimately proved unimportant. he introduces random characters, provides a back story, gives them a small story arch then seems to close it up with them providing cameos into the main plot. it sounds exciting but it just doesn't work and ends up being uneventful. all that aside, the story itself is great. I loved that he tried hard to make it feel real. and it does, you almost wish this actually happened. so I recommend it for the young at heart and the dreamer, enjoy.
i couldn't put it down, so well crafted and a delightfully perfect balance of tech-action ratio so realistic its a little scary and then funny and then, DANG he just did what?!?!?!
I really enjoyed this book. The performance was great and the concept was original and interesting. I recommend it for other sci-fi/tech enthusiasts.
The least helpful reviewer on audible.
If you're a hard working, middle class family who's fed up with an American government ran by big, heartless corporations then this book and the one before it will give you hope.
Also, it's a great story! Lots of fun.
"I'm undermining civilization. Ask me how."