This is a thought provoking book that presents interesting questions about how we're influenced by technology for better or for worse.
While I don't agree with some of its assertions the author makes it clear that it is not agreement he seeks but merely to provoke thinking.
The book is a very enjoyable listen and the narrator is excellent.
I cannot say enough good things about the Narrator of this book. He acts every character in the book (and they are plenty) with specific tones that are consistent through out the book leading to the listener knowing who is talking without waiting for the book text to explain who the character is. It felt throughout as a very well acted drama adding depth and meaning to the story.
The story itself is very well written with plenty of science, suspense, and drama.
Highly recommended book. Even if you read the text, listening to Marc Vietor read this book is a completely immersive experience.
I could not take the narrator's voice and style of reading for more than 10 minutes. My advice; listen carefully to the sample and decide if you can take that tone and style for 20 something hours.
As for the book itself, I can't tell. The narrator was an insurmountable roadblock to enjoying this book.
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