This book is such fun. Yes, it reminds everyone of Douglas Adams' Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy even though it was written before. I love the humor, fun characters, and especially the ending.
The whole part about creating a budget planet - EARTH. Absolutely hilarious. I laughed out loud HEARTILY many times.
The planet maker scnee was a blast. Loved the whole book.
I loved the resolution in the end. This isn't a "moving" type book, but that end satisfied me.
If you like humor and don't mind irreverent books, read tis one.
The only hesitation regarding would I read it again is that there are SO many books I want to read. I'm voracious. But this whole series is among books I might read again if I had another life which let me double my reading!
If you liked The Informationist, Stevens' first book, you will like this one a lot.
Huber does a great job with this series. If I were writing a suspense book, I'd want her reading it.
I appreciate the anguish and decisions the main character, Vanessa, goes through in trying to master her darker nature and overcome her deep wounds.
This book is as good as The Informationist. I felt the second one slipped just a bit, but now we're back up to a thrilling read.
The audio performance was fine. I thought this would be a good book, but I just could not bring myself to finish it.
No it hasn't.
OK here's the thing...I LOVE the book. But I can't listen to more than a few minutes. Please DO yes yes record his other books...but hire a narrator. His voice has a soporific effect on me even though I am VERY interestd.
The ways to verify truth so objectively and accurately are priceless!
I don't know the readers well enough to say, but definitely NOT the author. Sorry! I have HUGE respect for the author!
I really want his other books to be available on Audible so I can read them. I'm mostly blind and print isn't an easy option for me.
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