One of the best Sifi Books That I have every read. Just love the way the narrator reads the book. Quit a good story. Would like more of the same!
Yes I would recommend this book to my friends and other auditable readers. From the time I started listening to this book until I finished it was little more than 60 hours although the book is 40 yards long. You have to sleep sometime. It's probably the best novel I have ever read or listen to in my life.
A history of the FBI
A crisscross of intrigue, betrayal, intrigue. It's really a book of what might have been. As well as to what was.
The sorcerer's apprentice
I hardly ever write a review on a book. This book is a great book one of the best I've ever read. I won't give anything away in the book
I just love Variable Star, And Spider Roberson is great. The story has a good plot. But there is a small problem. I do not believe Robert A. Heinlein every used four letter words in his other story, and if he had finished this one I do not think he would have used them in Variable Star. Beside that, I think it a great book.
A high school senior wins a space suit in a soap jingle contest, takes a last walk wearing "Oscar" before cashing him in for college tuition, and suddenly finds himself on a space odyssey.
He's passed his college entrance exams with flying colors. He can do pretty much whatever he wants. But what teenager Ron Morgan wants most is for his father to quit telling him what to do. Quit running his life. What better way to unwind than having a last blowout on Labor Day in the domed playground of Fun City: Manhattan.
Inside the dome, however, Ron loses his wallet and identity card. Worse, he's trapped when the dome closes for the season. There's no way out. Gangs roam the street. Food is scarce. Ron is on his own. All Ron wanted was some fun. He'll be lucky to escape New York alive.
The story is excently, but the audio quility is a bit sub-standard for Audible. A great Ben Bova!
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