Good ideas that I can implement.
Everything has a home; like with like.
Good self-help book.
Be a little more realistic about the resolution.
Sure. It was a fun read with a different view of the zombie apocalypse. I just wish the end wasn't resolved with a magical solution.
I believe he did a real good job playing the zombies and "human" characters.
Now I need to see the movie.
Only do audio.
The Trio. They were interesting characters.
Almost a 3rd dimension. I do not read for entertainment; but I am a good listener.
All three books were enjoyable. I was surprised that I was engrossed in what happened next. Everything tied together nicely.
No. I only ready a book once. If they make a movie, I would watch it.
When they all die.
Multiple scenes. Any reference to PCs and video games from the past.
For not being a modern gamer, I still found this book exciting. I burned myself out playing video games in the 80's so much that I don't care for today's virtual reality. This book isn't for anyone that doesn't like gaming in the past or today. Wil Wheaton did a good job with the narration. There sure is a lost of the 80's in this book, even though it is set in the near future.
Sure. It is highly entertaining. There are also some nice technical aspects thrown in for those interested in tech stories.
Only compares to The Second Ship: The Rho Agenda, Book One, so far.
The Rho Agenda Book 1. He is easy to listed to.
Some if it was a bit gory and/or intense at times, but I did not laugh or cry that I can remember.
Looking forward to The Wormhole, Book 3, but I need to read something else first.
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Yes. It was very exciting and technically interesting. Lots of good characters.
No. I did enjoy the technical aspects of the story. This second book was loaded with all sorts of technological nuggets. It kept me interested, but I did not laugh or cry.
Both this book and Daemon were highly entertaining.
It kept me entertained and interested in the story line.
Too many memorable moments. None really stand out above the others.
The end of the world continues, part 2
Scott Brick does an excellent job on the narration.
Never read the print version, but enjoyed the audio version.
Juliet. She was a fascinating character that overcame many odds.
Just the overall idea of living in a silo.
I had no problems with the narrator. I was hesitant after reading the reviews, but the narration turned out fine.
No. I only listen/read once. Life is too short for repeats.
The interesting way the story was presented. I wanted to try something by Haruki Murakami so I figured I would give this book a try. It was not like the usual books I have read. At times I felt like dropping this book and returning to my routine, but this book kept my interest. It was odd and uncomfortable at times; but the suspense and story line kept me alert.
All of the scenes in the well.
I tried one of the author's other books and returned it. I probabaly wont read another, but this book was a nice distraction from the norm.
Nothing stands out.
I believe it was a nice interruption between the longer titles I read.
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