Definitely, but with the caveat that the story would need to be tightened up . Amy does great work here, owning the wide array of characters that populate this sprawling book.
Therein lies the issue I have...it sprawls. Carlson clearly has done his research, and his books are historically detailed and plausible. This classic "first contact" offering is no exception, but it does tend to get mired down in minutae.
That said, it's not a bad listen, if nothing else for Amy's fine work.
As above. Would have to be to the right ( read Sci Fi first contact fans) but yes, it is worth the recommendation.
She owns the proantagonist role. Solid.
Explore more Carlson works. Already an AS fan.
Try it...you likely will like it, with the caveats above.
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