Michael, all three of the John Stack "Rome" books are available on Audible? Enjoyed the third in the series as much as the first two.
Moved along at a better pace.
Slow, boring, rambling
Reached chapter 17 of 48 and could take no more, the reading also is so loud for some characters and hardly audible for others.
Not as good as "World made by Hand" and not nearly as good as "One Second After". could not get past part 1.
Whew, maybe something is lost in the translation, really struggled with this one, gave up I'm afraid, certainly no best seller in my view.
Well, have read some of the reviews, in particular the negative ones. I am 54 and travel a lot and listen to books, man I have had some boring stuff but this one kept me very interested and I thoroughly enjoyed it and cant wait to read the other two books.
I hope America takes note.
Every time I finish one of these books I say to myself time to try something else, but when I come to choose another book I simply have to finish all the books in the series and download another Retrieval artist story. I just wish I did not have so much trouble downloading them, the software used to do this gets -(minus)5 stars, thumbs up for Kristine Kathryn Rusch but thumbs down for Audible.
Great story line, have always wanted to read/listen too Dune, being a SciFi fan. This book in parts was great but oh so long and boring in places.
I enjoyed this, its sci-fi, so you have to have an imagination. Admittedly it also took me a short while to get into it, but once done worked for me. Will be getting more from this author.
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