A female narrator for a story with a strong female protagonist.
No! Not even Robin Cook books.
He wasn't female. For me, a female narrator works better for a strong female lead.
As Robin Cook's editor I'd say: This story is too much like Coma. The first half is very good. The second half is pretty much "Are the bad guys going to get her?" "Like Alien!"
Yes! The Story moves right along and the Narrator does the interesting men, women, and others unusually well. Spoiler: Sorry, No bug eyed monsters. That's a good thing!
The story is interesting and the pace is steady. No long boring blah blah blah will the Alien get the hero.
This was my first. Christian Rummel's performance made a very good story even better. I'll be looking for more of his audio books.
I liked moments like: How did you manage to get my Mars rover covered with mud? and how fast a normal dog could run under the only dome on Mars.
Another well written, interesting story by Robert J. Sawyer. Red Planet Blues is a solid mystery story. My personal favorites are Homonids & Rollback.
Best Non-Fiction audiobook. Top ten percent overall. An amazing, true computer, telephone, and law enforcement system hacker.
Jurassaic Park, the first book I ever started reading over immediately. The premise was very original and the whole book fiction.
Kevin remotely listening in on the White Collar Crime Unit conference call discussing how they had no idea how he was doing what he did, penetrating various systems, with strong safeguards, and what they had to do to trap him.
Mitnick can find you if the Social Security Administration knows you exist.
Ray Porter's narration is perfect! He is Kevin Mitnick. Listening to Audible's "Ghost in the Wires" is like having Kevin Mitnick sitting down with you, telling you his story, one on one. Kevin started as a young kid with a thirst for computer and telephone system knowledge. He did it to learn and have fun, never for money. He was forced into self-defense because the FBI, Police, and Judges were convinced many stories printed in newspapers were true, when they were totally made up and planted. He figured out how to be the seventh caller and win the radio station $1,000 prize legally, and many times! Curious? Listen to the audiobook!
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