Any friend who is looking for a just plain fun story will love this.
Athena. Her voyage of self-discovery that moves through the story is compelling.
Absolutely. It drove me nuts to have to pause the IPOD in order to go to work, but I had to go to work to buy more audiobooks
Dakin's reading is excellent. Just enough emotion carries through without trying to out-perform the story.
I found Earl Harbinger to be the most interesting character in the story. There is a history to this man that you will discover if you continue through the series.
Wyman's reading style lets you close your eyes and see the action in the book. He is very good at carrying through the personalities of different characters and keeping them separate.
An excellent and entertaining book. Something to sit back and listen to with a bowl of popcorn.
He could have listened to previous books in the series in order to get the pronunciation of names and places to match other readings.
Like How Firm a Foundation, the writing rescues the reading.
Stossel's direct way of speaking is a breath of fresh air.
His discussion of how seemingly plausible ideas fall to pieces when implemented by a central government.
Intuition vs experience.
This story is far too incomplete. I expected a better, more detailed story from David Weber, but this one has a pivotal character in the tale coming in late with almost no background information or personality. I am very disappointed.
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