This is pulp science fiction, but it is Heilein; i.e. extremely well written. The plot is unrealistic. But I enjoyed reading one of the few Heinlein books that had escaped me. I have loved so many of his works that reading one I had missed was moving for me.
Rocket Ship Galelio
Similar style, not as juvenile but also not as engaging.
He did many voices very well, even the gravely voiced one.
I've listened to hundreds of audio books since about 1983. This is one of the most captivating that I've ever read, and I listened to it twice; which is very rare for me.
The explanation of pushing and pulling and the physics surrounding it.
He was a very expressive reader. I listened intently, and if I'd read it in a print book I would have skimmed parts of it.
Can 1,000 years of oppression be ended by one man?
Brian Sanderson has become one of my favorite authors.
Narrator was fine. Story was not intriguing.
Maybe. Her later books in the series have high ratings.
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