What a great book. Light yet captivating. I had a smile on my face almost the entire book except for one poignant chapter. This is a delightful improbable premise that makes you believe and rejoice. My library consist of mostly thrillers,mystery,intrigue spy etc. Agent to the Stars is like the sherbet served in fine restuarants between heavy courses to refresh the palet. I just loved this refreshing interlude.
The voice acting on this one really stands out, elevating a good unique story to near great. I loved the first half of this book, A+. The second half is more like a B+, as the story down shift, slowing down to wrap everything up in a neat package. Worth your time for the performance alone, overall four stars.
I prefer a series for traveling; one that is fun, entertaining, and clever to the point of distraction.
About midway. It was amusing and entertaining, but rushed, cold, and predictable in the brief closing chapter.
It was easy to follow and it was had some twists and turns I didn't see coming.
Yes, he did a fine job.
Just like my morning coffee, it gets ice cold before I've finished it
The closing of the story was a mess; it was hurried and thoughtless. The author turned and went all "and they lived happily ever after" to close and I was sorely disappointed.
family of readers
The story is amazing and inspiring, and really just plain funny. I bought the book but couldn't get through it. no problem with the audio book.
Wil reads a little too fast sometimes in this one. usually I speed up playback but not for this book. He was much better in Ready Player One. also Joshua's voice was annoying, but the other aliens were quite interesting to listen to.
Not much of a story that slowly, slowly, slowly comes to an end without coming to a conclusion. There was potential for this to be a really good story but it never happened.