Readers who love super hard core science fiction.
Something science fiction.
Yes. It was interesting but dragged on and on about subtle things about the main character that I just did not find interesting.
If you like hard core sci-fi that's ponderous and has a lot of techno babble this is your book.
It was a very good story. Somewhat familiar but not too much.
The first time she meets the alien.
This is my first time hearing her read.
I did have a reaction to this book for the writer felt she needed to make one of the characters curse alot by using the F word. This was not necessary! And it's becoming too common in science fiction!! Please, if you are reading this review, Jennifer Foehner Wells, make your follow up book with no F words. It is possible to write great material without that word!
The story was too vapid and the narrator was terrible.
Rebecca's shallowness was too exaggerated! The author could have delve more into the workings of Hollywood.
The narrator was terrible!! At first she sounded like a scatter brain teenager. However, she did improve toward the end of the book.
It was amusing at times but could have been so much better. Rebecca is so lovable and funny!
Get Emily Gray from now on to narrate these stories. She brings Rebecca to life!
I WOUD HAVE CONTINUED THE STORY WITH KYLE RIGGS INSTEAD OF SUBSTITUTING HIM WITH HIS SON.
I DO NOT REALLY KNOW.
HE'S PERFORMANCE IS GREAT BUT THIS STORY IS NOT SO GREAT.
THIS BOOK DID NOT NEED TO BE WRITTEN UNLESS IT WAS ABOUT KYLE AND HIS SON.
Yes. The reader. She reads as if there are no commas or periods. Her British accent sounds false and contrived. She really is ruining a good story by her style of reading. And she should slow down her pace.
The Age of Innocent. It has the same feel but the English Aristocrats are looking for money to bail out their debts and to maintain their way of life.
If the reader could slow her pace and read with a better British accent.
It would be perfect for Master Piece Theater!
Overall, the story is very good.
Delightful! Pleasant! Interesting!
Keith Stewart. A solid good soul with no pretense and it proves you do not need things and a lot of money to be content!
No, but would love too!!!! This guy was amazing!!!! I have never heard such acting with ones voice. He brought every character to life and made them so distinct!! He was like the Meryl Strip of reading!!!! Excellent job Mr. Muller!!!!!!!! Superb!!!
Yes but I could not!
I would love to see this book as a movie or even on TV!
The story is very intriguing. An alien race older than humans and not aware of humans, this is a new twist.
Can't think of any similar stories.
His reading is a little wooden.
Very good book but you have to pay attention to the story closely to follow what's going on.
The story focuses too much on uninteresting things like when Foord is trying to get to his ship while riding in a beast drawn carriage. The author's focus was just so tiresome! The battle with Faith had too many details and went on and on. I was glad when the book finished.
Foord. The narrator was very good. Too bad he had to read a crummy story.
It doesn't matter.
It was a little long winded
No. It is too tedious to listen to all at once.
The book is very forward for it's time and it was very interesting how he flipped taboo behavior as normal morals. I love the visual scope of the book for it reminds me of Metropolis.
Stefan Rudnicki. This dude has an awesome voice and to me he is the voice of Orson Scott Card stories.
Always. He was one of my first science fiction writer I started to follow.
Yes. Children of the Mind and Xenocide. This one had a little too many details and not enough action.
I would not make a film of this book.
Mr. Scott, please lay off all of those details that are in your head. It muddles a good story.
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