There is a plethora of incredible information in this book. Von Daniken is very well versed in the sciences. I loved it!
I thought this would be like the series "Blue Remembered Earth" and "On The Steel Breeze." It was so completely disappointing that I could not finish it. The story jumps all over the place.
The narrator is difficult to listen to because his volume drops off at the end of every sentence. It's very frustrating.
The Audible version says that it is Whispersync ready, and the Amazon Kindle version says that it is WhisperSync ready, but the two version will not WhisperSynce for Voice. I am not happy. ;-(
This was way too negative. It left me feeling depressed and sad.
I read for enjoyment and this was not enjoyable or not even educational.
There was too much violence and too many gruesome details of torture and death.
Robert J Sawyer is a much more pleasant read.
I had to find something happy to read every time I put that book down.
This was the most frustrating Audio Book because I could not hear what the narrator was saying. Loud music was playing constantly, and half of the time, it was dreadful Hard Rock screaming noise.
I am very disappointed with Whitley. I have read a few of his books. This one is not typical for him. The violence is unnecessary. I don't need to know how it feels to have your skin ripped off and your eyeballs removed. Screaming children who are being tortured was just way too much for me. I could not finish this book.
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