I love Pendergast's eccentricity. There's an amazing contrast between the small towns normalcy, and his striking weirdness. Even when there's not immediate nail biting action going on in the story, which there often is, you are entranced by the small town and Pendergast.
One of the coolest parts is... the whole story.
Scott Brick did an amazing job playing Pendergast. He makes him seem like the most sophisticated, but humble man in the world
Dude, gave me a love for suspense.
YES. Definitely. This was the first audiobook I listened to narrated by Scott Brick. Afterwards I became addicted to Scott Bricks narration. I will always remember parts of this book.
It doesn't really compare to other books. It's that good, but if you want a book that takes your mind out of reality and puts you into a mysterious Earth, where events unfold that makes you want to know more. Just seriously, try this book if you like science fiction.
He makes you feel...wistful, and a little sad. It's really...addicting. He makes you slightly emotional. You'll remember the characters of this book forever.
Advanced beings turn the stars off.
Some of the greatest feelings can't really be put into words without writing a book. This book is that way. I just don't have the ability to explain how good this book is in words.
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