yes. its very well written and the vocal talent is incredible
Guilty sparks emergence durning the narrative to his voice and personality made it tie in so well with the games.
personality and delivery
laughed and cant wait for the next book
keep making audio books like this. no seriously keep making them like this.
there's tons of actual science presented to back up the claims and so far I haven't found much to counter the validity of the claim from mainstream scientists with as much evidence as is presented at this point.
it's an interesting concept, thing I'm not sure about some of the theory even if only taken athalf there is lots to make you think about what we really know and what we think we know
maybe but if he repeats the subject matters title as much as he does in this no I won't.
to a point. once something catches my attention I tend to dig in until I have to do something else
out of what I've bought it ranks around the middle depending on my mood.
i dont feel i have a large enough collection yet to draw a decent comparison but like the halo series its very well fleshed out
not critizing the vocal talent but more the story this is a long title and perhaps the real draw back to it is the game it is based on. i can easily listen to Halo by Bear and the hours scream by. But that is a much more action based title and game. I have to be in a more relaxed mood to listen to this title but the same has to be applied to playing the game for me. i do think it would have benifited more if the vocal talent had had the oppertunity to voice more characters.
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