The main character
I had listened to" seeker". The main character was Chase not Alex. It was much more interesting and the reason I got this story. The story was interesting but they drained on and on about mans flaw of war blah blah blah. It could have been reduced to 5 hrs instead of 9 easily.if you like alit of narration and pointing out of all of mans flaws constantly then this book is for you
The story was quick. It didn't bog down
The house next door that was being sold and the pranks he pulled to sabotage the selling
it's a fun book. You may not want to eat at restaurants later
I liked that the magic was limited not like D&D magic. They used the revolution as a really good background
The way magic is paid for at casting
THe first story is near worthless. Just skip past it. The rest were really good
The narrator sucked
The story would not end and they said her full name over and over ..and over again
Being able to draw parallels to today and the past was scary. I enjoyed how the main character was never ashamed by wanting to be the best "him" that he could be.
York was my favorite character. He was always trying to be true to himself. The struggle to be not just an architect but a man that stood firm to what he believed to be right.
This book shows how people in the media and the "know" use their positions to push their agenda. Sometimes because they believe in it , other times just because they can.
I liked that it was on another world and species that totally outclassed humans
The male population got reduced so dramatically that men are just now starting to get their equality in society back.
I plan on getting the next book if there is one
It's primed for a follow up. But how far into the future? A fee books could be written just about the war that's about to start
Less man is destroying the world and golly keepers we can all work together
It's basically a documentary. The narrator doesn't need to do anything but talk with one voice
Yes..I will use it for restarting civilization after the zombies have attacked !!!!
Overall it was a very interesting book. It showed the blue prints that are all around us everyday to make our modern world better. They show how cities have used new wireless tech to create needed subsystems for city services. They comment how one city was planned to be high tech and didn't work,but another that grew more organically and wasn't per planned ,becomes a great tech city. It's a very good book, like all documentary style it does bog down in places.
I listen to Clive Custer,Thomas perry , and Scott brick. The books are always fun and I enjoy the mix of history from the past ,archeology in the present.
I will listen to the whole series
Scott brick is one of the better narrators out there
I liked that it had an interesting storyline that technology was being hoarded from the rest of the world
The performance was fine no complaints about the narrator
Influx was an entertaining book. The tech speak was way to high. It wasn't constant but in places the author was really proud of he knew
The main character is abit of a swashbuckler
The narration was good ,no complaints
I found it to be a good book but somewhat boring. It did have action and some interesting parts. I bought the second at the same time. Im hoping it picks up
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