And Buffalo George
An enjoyable sequel. I enjoyed setting and plot -- .especially liked the ending. In fact, most of the book is pretty boring -- characters spent 90% of their time bickering-- until the ending. The drama in this book all about the characters and their inabilities to trust each other, leaving the reader to wonder who's the hero and what's the book's objective goal ? Why did I read this, again? The constant leaps in time left me wondering what day it is...and I gave up on that. I'm invested, so I'll go on to the third book of the trilogy.
Well thought out, and very well researched. I read just today that researchers actually have added a human gene into the brain of mice to see what it would do. (They navigated mazes three and a half times faster.) great, just what the world needs, smarter mice...
I can see some people might feel the performance is slow/aimed at children. But for me the story is engaging and just what I need for my nightly 30 minute bedtime story.
I get to be a kid again, but still engaged with a great story.
The personalities of each one
Each time Rig has an awaking in his adventure
The expressions each one in the book had
Yes but I paced myself
I am a big fan of OSC. He comes up with lots of interesting ideas. But sometimes his characters talk too much. Listening to the adolescents bicker over and over and over was difficult to get through. I'm going to listen to the next book just because I'm intrigued by the ideas and want to see where he takes them. But I do wish he'd spend more time polishing the dialogue.