I would sooo listen again, just to see if I missed anything the first time.
There is so much detail that something must have gone by.
The artful way that the two stories (Wool & Shift) merged about 2/3 of way through. The anticipation of hearing the story that you already know from a different prospective.
Tim Gerard Reynolds brings that professorial tone of the knowing sage dolling out his knowledge, with the artful character voicing that almost forces you to become immersed in the story.
I got through this in three days. I was torn between "so good I can't stop" and "I don't want it to end".
I am putting off reading the last book in the series, just so the story doesn't end.
This series is going on the shelf next to other timeless-classics while it waits to become one.
Yes. I was working while I was listening for the most part, and sometimes I miss things. Also, it was just too short.
The whole concept of sand-diving and the suits that allow them to do it.
I love her narration - she makes me see the characters in my mind.
Be careful what you dig for.
I want more......more....more....more!
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