It took some time to get into it because I didn't read the first book but was absorbed and got involved as the book progressed. Good read...not sure I will or need to read the first book tho
Yes. I thought the author wrote an endearing story that captured my interest from the beginning. I liked the characters, found them believable and enjoyed their banter. I loved Ray Porter's performance. I really thought he captured the characters essence in his different voice.
There were many, however most of them were associated with the team working together to solve the buildings mystery. It did have shades of Lost in it.
That's a hard question. I liked all the characters and their difference eccentricities.I think Nate stood out as the leader and the person who kept things moving along.
Despite not knowing how these people wound up in the silo or how they set up their society, it was a good story.
I don't know if I had a "favorite" character. I liked many of the characters in the book for who they were and their contributions. I really liked the voice Amanda gave Solo and looked forward to hearing from him.
No, but I'd listen to her again.
I listened to this book a while ago and listened again after buying the second book. I was rapt and listened to the book any chance I could. I hope the other installments continue to hold my interest like this one did.
I wanted to listen to this book before I saw the movie. I am glad I did. It is a heartwarming story that, while it takes a bit to get into at the beginning, it became a book I couldn't stop listening to.
Intense, unpredictable and have I said intense
The way Gillian brought out and developed the characters. The story flowed smoothly and kept you interested in finding out what happens next.
Libby by far. It is her story. I really liked how realistically her character was, that is, a woman who suffered a horrific trauma. I thought she was believable.
There were so many moments...but mostly Libby....
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