The book is a classic and Tim Curry adds something new. Enjoyed hearing it again.
The story, the narration, the quick wit of John Corey.
The way Scott Brick plays John Corey is awesome. I think he captures his attitude and demeanor perfectly.
I have 73 pages of books in my library. I think this will fall in the top half of my listens.
After listening to the book I understand the move much better.
Probably. It is a wonderful performance of a good book.
Dina plays Jane perfectly.
This was a good squeal to Jane Carver of Waar: Waar, Book 1
No. I listened to the first book and it was good. Listened to the this book and was disappointed because it was the same book. There is a formula to this series and it got old after the second book.
Susannah is a wonderful narrator I would listen to her again.
Yes. But this was not a college course. It was more like a chat with Neil where he was talking to numerous people from varied backgrounds and education.
The narration was good but I never cared about any of the characters. I did not care if any of them made it to the next book or not.
I might if it was a free or a daily deal. Definitely not the next Steelheart though.
It was not a total waste but at the end I was glad it was over.
The performance is awful. From the start the special ops guys sounded agitated that their plans were changing, like that had never happened. Mr. Taylor may have meant it to be calm and professional but the performance made it sound like they were panicking.I only made it through part of the Oval Office meeting (first 10 minutes?) before I stopped listening. I do not remember the operatives name that was meeting with the president but everytime he said yea the performer made it sound like there was an implied Oorah. I jumped to the end to mark this completed and the last few minutes were the same. When the operation was not going as planned the people called in and asked for advice?
I could not get past the first chapter so I do not know if it was a good book or not.
Not sure either J. D. Jackson or Neil Kaplan have listened to any special ops guys so they portrayed them as a civilian. Maybe it was the director that wanted the special ops sound that way.
It was hard to listen to when every few sentences the time was given. If I was reading it I would have been able to skip over it.
If there is another Jane Carver I sure would.
The dialog was great and different.
Not in one sitting but I listened to it in longer sessions than I normally did.
I do not think so. I did not like this book and I am afraid to wast another credit
If you are into Diplomatic "thrillers" then you might like this. I got the concept that humans can screw up first contact. The book just dragged. The same info over and over again.
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