MARS. Going Boldly Where No Brewer Has Gone Before.
I loved this stand alone book. It was smart, clever and funny too. That helps when listening to a book. It helps that the Narrator was well spoken and her voice didn't gain high pitches. There are not many book about Mars that are not just straight science fiction. (yes i realize this is one) but it felt plausible. Plus its got beer brewer's! Completely enjoyed this book. I recommend it to anyone with a feel for sci-fi and a sense of British humor.
Yes to pick up on detail that I'm sure I missed the first time through.
I loved the driver's, their characters and mission.
The time is in the future but parents still have issues with kids and people are still looking to make deals. Some interesting characters out there in space, a little rough around the edges but with good intentions and spirit, almost like the early pioneers of Australia.
While there are several interesting characters in the story, I don't feel I got enough to really care about any of them or their aspirations.
Yes. This is only the first of her works I've tried. I'll give another one a try.
Ottorino Vespucci, black sheep of a rich family with romantic notions about the Martian frontier based on Spaghetti Westerns.
This book reads like a collection of tales, published as individual short stories, which it may well be.
Avid audiobook addict!
Not a bad book, and somewhat interesting, but not gripping and compelling. I enjoy scifi short story anthologies more, so pleasant but bland stories like this can be easily skipped over.