I'm no prude by any stretch of the imagination but there was just a lot of unnecessary profanity in a really great story. It took away from my enjoyment.
I would imagine it was better. R.C. Bray added such a flair to the narration that I would not have been able to pull off with my inner voice.
This book gets compared to the movie "Castaway" a lot and rightly so. The parallels are evident, though I'm sure Tom Hanks wishes Wilson would have been a radio transmitter.
The moment when he realizes that not only is he alive but he is alone. Instead of flat panic, there is a humor about his reality.
This was amazing! I had heard great things, but man, good reviews don't prepare you. The writing was so great that I literally went from crying to laughing out loud and it was always natural. Amazing book!
I loved the main character, but I didn't feel enough thrill, sense of danger although this is a survival story , I should have been more on edge at near death accidents, but I simply wasn't, enjoyed the book though, and yeah nasal is awesome
With a bit of comedy thrown in, for good measure.
I honesly never would've thought I'd find the tale of a tiny piece of manufactured carbon fiber so suspensful.
I really enjoyed the voice/performance listening to this. The beginning was a little slow and took me a while to get into it because it was all numbers and calculations but then once the story started to get going I couldn't put it down.