Overall, the book was very good. I had some problems with a hero who can consistantly beat impossible odds. The book kept me riveted the whole time. It was very well read. The ending was unsatisfactory and I wanted some ends tied up. Overall 4 of 5.
Yes, It was probably the best performance I've ever listened to.
Mark, be he was most of the story
Every voice was distinctly different
One Man's ingenious journy
The concept of "a man stranded on Mars" is conceptually boring, but this book is anything but.
It doesn't sound good, but more of the same is what I was hoping for, so it's a good thing.
No, I never re-listen to ANYTHING
When Ig decodes Merin's message
Very well read, very well written. I don't know if I was just in the mood for this exact type of book or what, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes it's about a guy who grows devil horns, but what I didn't know is that most of the book is the back story of the characters as (fairly) normal people. Great character development especially for a horror/fantasy novel. Couldn't recommend it more.
Nails the attitude of the book, a good performer
It's funny, but the humor is humor of the absurd, and the book is just the same type of absurd made up facts over and over. Yes, it's clever, but it's too repetitious. You have your fill of it after 15 minutes.
It was actually a decent read (listen), and well written with good character developement, but the ending had holes in it. The witness is angry at the main character and allows him to take a murder charge. I thought it was unrealistic for someone to go that far for being angry. Also the accused could show the detectives theory was wrong do to timing issues of when the accused purchsed items and found out about the inheratence. Too many hole, he could easily get off.
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