All of the characters in the story really stand out by their actions.
The personality of the building and all of its secrets.
All of the adventures inside the building and on the rooftop.
I recommended this book to my friends and they enjoyed the story as much as I did. It really picks up fast and the characters are interesting.
Loved the audio, it really added to the story.
Nate? Veek? Tim? I really loved them all. The writer did an excellent job developing the characters bad making me care about each of them.
Without giving anything away, the long walk the crew goes on in the basement...the creep factor was HIGH! 2nd favorite was all the rooftop sunset scenes. I love the friendships that build through their common experience.
If I could have, I would have!
I can't explain how much I enjoyed this book! Best book I've read this year!
I love the reader Ray Porter so I got the book. I only finished the book out of A.) Morbid Curiosity and B.) Ray Porter's skill as a performer.
This 12 hour book took 8 hours to build character ID, and lay out (ad nauseam) how they were trying to solve a sci-fi mystery.
In the 8 hours you have NO CLUE what they are trying to solve. What was the point of there search? And when what the are looking for is finally on the horizon you plummet into the abyss of WTF? It was a Bath Salts trip with a lackluster, predictable, poorly thought out ending.
Why anyone liked this is beyond me.
The beginning, the middle and the end....I read and listen to books constantly and am usually disappointed with one of the above...its usually the end that ruins the whole book...but this ending was very satisfying.
When Torchwood was mentioned....as if the book were speaking directly to me.
I lovedthe sound of his voice...it was almost a character in its self.
It appeals to ones inner geek...
I would love to see it made into a movie.....I could even pick outthe actors for the parts.
Unexpected, remarkable and suspenseful.
He did an amazing job with the characterizations of voice.
Best book made to film
A good plot
While he does good at voicing characters...he lacks the ability to hold your interest. He is pretty monotune.
While the first part of this book did hook me..the second part lost me.
I thought the book was inventive, different, the character interesting and comfortable. The last time I enjoyed a book this much was "Agent to The Stars" by John Sealzi
where's the sequel?
A lot...I don't think my imagination would have been as enthusiastic and spot on.
It made me laugh...there are parts that are more sad than others but nothing evoked tears.
it gets slow at a point, don't give up on it!
I loved the way this book started as a strange mystery and ended up in Lovecraft territory without going too far over the spooky edge. The steampunk vibe was awesome.
I loved the way all the characters were well rounded, with backgrounds that unfolded within the story instead of in one large paragraph at the beginning of the book. It kept me guessing and suspecting everyone.
Without giving too much away, I loved when they finally opened apartment 14. It was intense.
My jaw dropped several times when certain names were dropped and connections were made. Cline was brilliant. I did find myself laughing on occasion and protesting out loud when one of my favorite characters was...well, don't want to give anything away. Let's just say I got mad at Cline for that one.
This book appeals to the smarty in me and the adrenaline junky at the same time. Definitely one of the best books I've ever had the pleasure of listening to. I want more.
The story was so out there, it was just enough to make it interesting...
ZEEK-Her character was so loveable, you just wanted to get her a heated blanket for that 69 degree apartment...
Poor old lady in space...