What's not to like?
Yes, he did an excellent job, and is one of my favorite narrators. I always look for something narrated by him first, before choosing any other title.
Yes. And I have tried, multiple times :)
Andy Weir did an excellent job on this novel, and R.C.Bray was the best narrator to use for this title. I've literally listened to the entire thing at least 10 times so far, and will continue to re-listen to it for years to come. My kids are not big audiobook fans, but even they will sit and listen with me on occasion, but only if it's this title I'm listening to.
It really was a fun adventure! I enjoyed myself while listening to it. Only gripe was how he explained in great detail EXACTLY how he did things. Don't get me wrong, sometimes that makes sense for intricate operations or dangerous scenarios... but he over-explained just about everything other than how he took a dump each day.
Other than that, it was great!
audiobooks are not page Turners, they are here burners and this one was the best. So this is what a mechanical engineer can do with some duct tape Kama tarp and lucky cable. Great timing Kama superb sequencing Kama better than the movie of course
I listened to this book long before the movie came out (even if you've seen the movie the book is well worth the read/listen) and as usual, the book is WAY better ;-) Not being a "numbers person" I was a little nervous about all of the math that takes place. I discovered however, that Andy Weir didn't expect me to keep track of them - THANK GOODNESS!
R.C. Bray does an excellent job narrating - the character voices stay true, and he is fun to listen to. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
It's a rare thing to find a glamorous underdog story where science & math are pervasive and essential at every event. A real inspiration for readers and great example to the inherent endurance mankind will take on both as an individual & mankind.