I enjoyed the book...until it just stopped.
He didn't finish it! It's sort of a "and everyone lived happily ever after" ending. Very disappointed.
Well read dialogs.
This was a fun book. Wil Wheaton does a great job narrating. The story keeps moving and kept me wanting to listen to what happens next. I enjoyed it and recommend it.
Great narration by Wheaton as usual, interesting premise. I think the story just doesn't exploit the premise very well, and it felt like the author got bored and just decided the book was over.
The book was advertised as comedy. One or two lines are mildly amusing, but that's being generous. The narration was poor and the story just didn't hold anything of interest. This will be the first book where I've had to request a refund.
I have read all of John's Old Mans war series and loved it. I went into this with low expectations because it seemed so different. I was very delightfully surprised. It is a great story that makes you laugh, cry, and think. Thank you John for the wonderful story.
I am a big fan of the author, this book however was a huge disappointment.
It starts out with a great premise, but the book centers around a philosophical argument.
The book centers around the argument about taking over the body and memories of someone who's brain dead. It goes on and on around this. A few minutes of this would have been fine, but this really dragged. I was waiting for something else.
Fiction and science fiction in particular requires some suspension of belief, but this one, with it's Trojan horse approach of introducing aliens to mankind was just ridiculous, especially considering the alarmists and fear mongers amongst us.
Agent to the Stars is fun and lighthearted, but doesn't have much tension. Great for something to listen to or read that won't keep you up, obsessed. Wheaton does a good job keeping the various characters sounding different enough to be confusing. Overall pleasantly adequate.