If this book had added more to the story- I was frustrated that I listened to the entire book only to be left hanging in the exact same spot again. Nothing accomplished.
I doubt I will read #3 of this series when it comes out, but I will probably check out some of Archer's older stuff.
The readers did a great job. The book was fun to listen to.
If you must listen to this book, save yourself some frustration and wait until #3 comes out- this one leaves you hanging in a very strange spot with nothing resolved and only more annoying cliff hangers to deal with. It would have been much better to tie up one or two loose ends instead of adding one or two. This book felt incomplete. Strangely edited.
This audiobook it dramatized to the point that it is obvious which character is speaking and what tone the character is speaking with. Not cheezy drama, just reading the way you hear it in your head. Perfect!
This was entertaining but noticeably dated. While the storyline was certainly brilliant when Asimov wrote it (1950s?), technology has changed to the point that older Sci Fi can feel dated.
The story line was completely predictable, there was no point in most of the chapters, and the book was about ten times longer than it should have been to tell the story.
The characters could possibly have been great, if they had been given a better story.
This book is best for someone just looking for a sweet and sexy romance. No substance at all, but it was a tiny bit cute and sweet.
Time well spent if you can stay awake. Well written and witty but read like a textbook. At first I wondered if I was listening to a computer generated reading of the book- to bad because the author attempts to make a point about the problems of scientifically studying sex, but the monotone loses all the small jokes and made me feel like I was in a science class instead of listening to research on an interesting subject.
One of the best
Tamara Lovatt-Smith has the perfect accent for this audiobook. Australian and fun. She makes this audiobook hard to turn off. I found myself with my ipod in my pocket and listening to it anytime I had the chance.
Finally! A book that shows the frustrations of marriage and kids without making family life seem second best to single life. The kids are annoying yet lovable, the mom is adequately annoyed/frustrated/busy without actually wanting to give up. I hate it when books make relationships all about romance. This book is very real with a focus on pain, frustration, etc. that doesn't have to get in the way of what is important. I just loved this book-- and at the end I threw my hands in the air and thought
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