likable characters and a fun story that moves along at a good place. Not overly deep yet not slow and boring. great for listening to when driving or going to sleep when you can't give your full attention.
Wildly imaginative, yet believable. While sprinkled wh dry wit, humor, and a range of emotion , without being sappy.
I listen to a variety of audio books constantly in car and gym. My reviews remind me what I’ve read & are hopefully helpful to you as well.
I am still enjoying the series and intend to use my credits to finish it out over the next few months, which I've only done with a few series in the past (Jonathan Mayberry & multiple from Mark Tufo – you gotta check these out if you haven’t already run across them). After this series I may check out another series from B.V. Larson as I've become a fan.
As for ‘Rebellion’, I really like how the story continues to develop. They have met some interesting life forms, are attempting for develop alliances, and beginning take the initiative against the oppressing macros. Narration is also excellent.
There are already over 2000 reviews for this book so I doubt I can add much more other than my positive recommendation for this book and the series.
(P.S. if you saw my review of the stuff I didn't like from the previous book, Extinction, then there is less of it in this book. Nothing annoyed me in this one :) ).
I'm thoroughly enjoying Larson's writing... Full of interesting twists and turns and unexpected outcomes. The interactions between man and machines and alien races are very well crafted and I think very plausible. Aliens are alien. The narration is
very well done.
Learn, understand, then decide whether you accept or reject.
Basically, the story is predictable here: heroes go against villains, you've seen it a mile away. This story seems to start to get somewhere, and the tactics/battle scenes are pure fun to listen to.