This series is a great listen. If your into the Kris Longknife series, these stories fill in the gaps of her Grandparents histories. Michael McConnahie is an outstanding narrator as well. He is the "ying" to Dina Pearlman's "yang".
These "old/classic" sci-fi writers seem to get bored with their works and leave me swinging in the breeze. I find this in the writings of Heinlein, and Asimov and now Niven. The stories start out great, and then it's like... THE END.
What just happened?
I am still trying to figure out what I just listened to... Was it 50 Shades of Clancy? Starts out good, then spirals into a soft porn dominatrix ...thing...
I'm not saying it was bad, it was just weird... and distracting while driving. :)
Enjoy at your own risk.
Not sure what I was looking for in this book, but I know I didn't find it.
I find most of Heinlein's novels end rather abruptly. It's like he got bored with the story, and just wanted to end it.
This is by far the best book I have ever read - surpassing Lord of the Rings. I felt like I had blinders removed from my vision, my brain... I was excellent!
I was disappointed that Jame Marsters was not narrating this new book. He was fantastic in the other books.
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