I found it fascinating how the creators managed to survive the depression and wars but in the end lost their rights to the man of steel but begged for money from the current owners because they felt entitled.
Once you've heard the history you don't really need to question it, so no I don't think a follow up book is in order.
I had high hopes for this book, it had a clever way to introduce characters into the story. I was really not impressed with most of the book, just disappointed in the final few chapters. I know more of the series exist, I just wasn't sold enough with what I thought was going to be an epic story of super heroes fighting zombies. Just didn't seem to live up to my hype.
With each Star force book I always look forward to where B.V. Larson takes the journey. This book did not disappoint, and was a solid end to the main line story that I have greatly enjoyed.
I've chosen to listen again because it's one of my favorite books that has continued to make me laugh and dream over and over again.
It's hard not to like Long John Silver just because you constantly have to ask yourself whose side he is on.
I'm always interested in other titles to see what is offered by authors and narrators just to see how diverse they can be.
The book isn't for everyone but it does help provide insight into a different time in history.
Enthusiastic, Energetic, Passionate
No follow up needed because it portrays a period in time and doesn't really have anything to keep you wanting more in a future read.
Probably wouldn't listen again just because it's not that kind of book. It provides a lot of history of the ship and makes it fun to see her history.
I got a real feeling early on the author was trying to make the previous owners be as eclectic as possible to show that it wasn't just a scoundrel's ship.
From the moment the book was built and how you knew something was different about that particular ship made it seem more realistic.
It had more philosophy about the art of quality and I wasn't really impressed with the fact that it didn't have much to do with motorcycle maintenance.
Very heart felt but it is a little weird to hear someone give themselves an alter ego that they refer to in the book.
I 'm not sure this book should have been brought to audio because it was written to be more on philosophy and it's easy to loose focus when listening. Probably a much better read so that it can be easily reviewed to ponder deep thinking.
No I had to take several breaks so I could ponder the philosophy mentioned in order to attempt to grasp the quality.
One of the best, easily a fun and interesting way to look into the zombie wars and how humanity survived.
That it was based on a global perspective and not just limited to one country.
The interviews were staged well with several celebrities involved which makes it a lot of fun to listen too.
I like the title but I would probably say "how we survived the zombie war"
Yes I would listen again, helps me keep me in check before I leap too far and lose everything.
It helps you keep perspective on how solid your "dream job" is, was it a whim and gives you several steps to make sure you understand who becomes your boss.
He writes just like he talks and easily allows his passion to go into his voice.
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