not for kids(language )but it will keep you in your car after you get home
The noise concept is wonderfully captured and so well spoken. I haven't cried so much for a book in a long time.
Roller coaster of a ride. Highly recommend the audio. Very fast paced. Cliffhanger ending. Need next book now. Awesome read.
Audiobook Junkie... Love all types of Science Fiction
I have to agree with another reviewer that this book is sadistic, ugly and needs some direction. There isn't enough carrot on the stick for me to continue with this punishment of a book. The only bright side is that Nick Podehl is a great narrator and what he does with this book is a fantastic job. But that is not enough to make up for this depressing read. If you are looking for a protagonist that is quick witted, intelligent, and creative, then this book isn't for you. The main character was very moody and frustrating slow at times and lost all redeeming qualities two thirds way through the book (but that comes with a spoiler). The overall story seems to have potential but its execution just sucks. For example, it gets rather annoying to hear the author continuously repeat actions for dramatic effect. Also, If you are an animal lover this might not be a good listen. I won't spoil it, but just know you have been warned! Lastly, to top it all off, the book ends with a cliff hanger.
Expertly written. Outstanding voice performance. Too many feels. Overwhelmingly gripping story and performance. This book is not for the feint of heart.
Like a Diesel engine this story had slow start, but once it got going, there was no stopping it. It took 4 days for me to get through the first hour, and only 4 more to finish it. Good listen, and the story telling was like sitting around a camp fire with a friend telling it off the top of their head.
The book started slow and very boring. However, a few chapters in, it really picked up.
The farmer boy diction wasn't very appealing. It fit in with the theme, but hearing that doesn't make it much more acceptable. Hearing the word ain't so many times started making me cringe later on in the book when it really picked up and made me binge listen.
Other than these few negative remarks, the book was quite impressive. It really drags you in and is exciting.