The narrator was mono-toned and the story was boring. The characters change names and come to crazy conclusions.
This book was just random. It's like going to a Old Folks Home and listening to the rants of a half crazy veteran. There seems to be no point to the book and I was nodding off every time I pressed play.
No point, while it had science fiction points, it wasn't what I would call science fiction.
A better story. Some how the majority of the population is poor but game money can be used to buy real products. The game they describe in the book is cool but they charge for random things and they are fighting so the rates don't go up. Also the death of their friends and family don't seem to phase the characters. There is so much advanced technology and still there is mass poverty. It just doesn't make sense.
The villain is a corporation wants to make money.
He was okay.
This story(ies) had no real point that I could find. With in this audiobook is at least 4 different stories. Some come together near the end while others never fit into the story line. Also the narrator off on the the way the story described how the characters of speaking. He would bellow out a line then follow it with a
Simplify the story. This one book could have been better if he took the time to explain each story. Maybe have written a whole series of book instead of cramming it into one.
I might listen to one of John's performances.
I couldn't wait for this story to be over. It was slow and was 90% talking, 5% lets run away from these aliens, and 5% more made up simple politics.
Had some interesting parts but jumped around a lot. Not one person except for the aliens lasted more than a few chapters. Not because of action or battles but because massive amount of time has past.
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