This book was awful. It feels shoehorned and ridiculous. Tufo never should have written this book.
I thought Phillip K. Dick was a better writer. This book did not age well. Not at all. Pass on this. Narration isn't too great either.
Martin is a genius, weaving an excellent and compelling tale full of twists and turns. Dotrice's narration really brings the characters to life.
This book has the same narrator as the previous 3, but Dotrice has inexplicably changed the pronunciation of many of the names and given different voices to the various characters.
It's odd, distracting and annoying.
This guy is so full of himself and his lies. What a bunch of bunk.
The narrator should have listened to the other books. She mispronounces her character's name for crying out loud.
I can't understand a word of this book. Seriously. Maybe it'll be good in writing.
Despite the alleged legal brilliance of this author, it seems he'd rather scrap our entire system of jurisprudence.
Probably the worst of Scalzi's writings. No plot, overly esoteric, and uninteresting. Its best to pass on this one.
This short story left me wanting more. Good narration, good characters. I've already bought the others. And they're cheap!
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