I loved Old Man's War a lot. I have enjoyed many Scalzi novels since, and really dug Android's Dream. But Fuzzy Nation takes the medal of first prize. The blend of technology, animals and sentience, humor, and court room drama makes for a fabulous ride. This story is awesome, and I was entertained the whole way through. Nice work!
I didn't know anything about the original book. the story synopsis sounded interesting. And the reviews were promising. I wouldn't call this a you just can't stop listening to, but I'm more of a person who likes Thrillers. As heartwarming stories go this was pretty good
Already a fan of both Scalzi and Wheaton, but this was a special pairing. Absolutely loved this story, and Wheaton's voice lends itself perfectly to a sarcastic, snide antihero with a good heart such as this book features. What a great combination.
I hate to mention it in case you haven't noticed, but it will bug you now: "blah blah blah, someone said." Over and over again with little variation. It's the kind of thing I could ignore if I were reading, but when listened to it grates.
Enjoyable storyline, a nice lite sci-fi escape. Nothing hugely new here though.
Wil Wheaton's portrayal of Scalzi's fast-talking, sarcastic surveyor is spot on. I've listened to this one 3 times through, and would highly recommend it.
This is my first John Scalzi book and I found it very entertaining. I loved the humor and the performance by Wil Wheaton. Looking for my next Scalzi book now!
Really enjoyed listening to this story. About the time you think you have it figured out it would take another twist. Wonderfully read by Wil Wheaton.