Addicted to audible. One the best things that happened to me
I listened to this thriller because I have some kind of affection to sci-fi and the ratings were high. The narrator really drew me in immediately with a very passionate voice and the story started building up. It took great twists and turns almost I lived it. The nice thing is that it turned into a legal thriller; I guess I learned a lot there.
I is worth your credit if you enjoy happy endings
I definitely would, The performances made me feel like I had experienced the story myself.
Scalzi has a great ability to get you invested in a set of characters, and then play your emotions. There were times when I was glad I didn't have anyone around me because I was yelling with excitement (and hatred toward certain characters) at the development of the plot. This story (both the Scalzi re-spin and the original) really did a great job of entertaining.
I've listened to Wil Wheaton's performances before, If I see him billed ad the narrator, the book is automatically on my wish list. Wil Wheaton and John Scalzi are buddies, as Scalzi tells us in the introduction, and when they work together, I definitely want to hear it.
Yes. There were a few. I won't ruin the story for anyone, but like I said earlier, I was literally yelling as I listened, sometimes out of joy for some characters, and sometimes out of hatred toward others. This is just a great book, both of the stories are great. The climax and resolution of both left me emotionally satisfied.
I had added Little Fuzzy (the original story that Scalzi based his upon) to my wish list about 2 hours into the story, and was happy to learn that it was bundled with this download. Don't buy the other one by itself, it's included in this download! So this is a two-for, definitely worth my credit! A+++ will be listening to again.
I can't say it was better than print as i read this book so long ago, but it was really great to hear Wil Wheaton.
I've listened to this story dozens of times without tiring of it. Yes, the dialogue tags can be grating, but I hardly notice them any more. It's a great story of the little guy beating the heartless and greedy corporations and we need more of these.
Better if you drive a lot. I also enjoy holding a book and sitting in my chair to read.
Little Fuzzy, which was twinned with Fuzzy Nation.
No. well read.
I wouldn't...I prefer books.
It seems Scalzi made this book to be an audio book.
I love less than stereotypically morally "perfect" characters. That combined with being out of there element, in this case a lawyer turned prospector.
Scalzi gave a consise history of of this book and of his modernizing a classic story. Will Wheaton is far from my favorite narrator but he did this well he kept the characters distinct and moved at a palletable speed at least a "B+" performance.
Maybe "You can put all your eggs in this Fuzzy basket"?
Well Wil Wheaton was fantastic as narrator AMAZING!
fyi (He is from Star Trek The Next Generation as Wesley Crusher.)
It is just a fun, interesting and a very very personal ride through a possible situation on an alien planet in the future.
While it's not really a comedy per say it sure is funny in parts. :)
I am usually a serious sci fi person however I took a punt on this and was not disappointed.
Wesley Crusher is a very 'warm' reader you just like to listen to his voice.
yep sure was!
The actors who stared in TNG are very talented Wil is just one example of this.
This was an a very good story with good narrators. I think it is one of the better stories I have listened to but not the best.
The narrator was very good at conveying the different characters and emotions. Wil Wheaton was better then the second narrator at differentiating between characters.
I wish I had listened to the original first before hearing the updated version. Both stories were good and it was interesting to compare the two.