Cedar Rapids, IA, United States | Member Since 2011
This book on Steve Jobs is as close as anyone is ever going to get to the actual person. There is a lot of hype on Steve and many people who profess to know him, but this book makes you feel like you lived around the man.
I loved the stories of Steve and Woz. Having listened to iWoz as well I was fascinated to hear both sides of the same stories.
He had the attitude of Jobs in this book, very realistic.
No it was a good book to take in over a longer period of many sittings.
Well worth the money or credit.
The story is really well written
I just am not too fond of his readings, he makes everthing sound like an old time Shakespheare play. Not that there is anything wrong with that but it just does not fit with all stories. He is well versed but his voice just does not work for me with these science fiction stories.
No it was a solid book.
The story is amazing as is the series. The reader did a good job with it and made it fun to listen to. I have read this series years ago.
Lots of action and interesting dialogue between the characters
He did a good job with all of the characters.
Who is stealing the human race and what do they want with it.
I liked the audio book more than the presentations because of the way the narrator used different voices for the characters.
This story is a classic, there is nothing not to like here.
The thing I loved best about Redshirts is how it takes the story of the most killed characters in the science fiction genera and brings them to life. This is the story of the characters you never hear about but see in every episode. The narration is excellent and I loved the comedic parts of the story overall.
I loved all the characters, I felt really attached to them, they were really believable in the way that they acted in the story.
Wil does an amazing job of not just reading, but putting the emotions into what he reads. He is able to convey the emotions of each character and it is easy to tell what character is speaking based solely upon the way that he portrays each of them.
I think the ending was the best, in the way that it tied the entire story together in three parts.
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