There is no sanctuary!
enjoyed the human behavior assessment. plot was heavy on character introspection. hooked enough for book two.
I love the ambition of this work - having read all of Pratchett's Discworld and knowing his fascination with the multiverse theory and it's implications, this is clearly him letting his mind run wild with possibilities. It just gets weirder and and more wonderful, setting up the series for a huge array of plot rabbit holes.
The protagonists stumbling almost disastrously into 'the Gap' - a possibility I started thinking of as soon as the multiverse of the Long Earth was explained.
I loved Sally's cynical pragmatism.
Explore the far limits of the probability tree!
I loved this combined effort of the late Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter. Although both writing styles are discernible, it is not so in an off-putting way. The depth of the imagination is incredible, and yet not in that tiresom way one finds in many modern sci-fi and fanatsy novels. I recommend it heartily.
This audiobook was just barely good enough to keep me listening until the end. I will not be reading any more of this series.
In the interest of full disclosure: I have never liked Terry Pratchett, but Stephen Baxter has written some stuff I've really liked, so I took a chance hoping that there would be more Baxter here than Pratchett. Also, many other reviews indicated that Pratchett's fans felt that this was not what they expected from him, which gave me further reason to hope.
Unfortunately, I guess that even a little Pratchett is too much for me.
Yes. I've enjoyed works by both of these authors and will gladly recommend their other works.
This book was like 20000 Leagues Under the Seafour the 21st century. It's a lot of travelogue and filler.
I didn't care about any of the characters.
If you can find an abridged version for free, by all means, listen to it.