The time spent was enjoyable, which is my primary barometer for a good book and the story was good. But the poor narration made listening difficult.
Starks War, and B.V. Larson's Star Force series are relatively comparable. But their narration far outperforms this novel.
I think Mark Boyett would have been a better narrator for this novel. His cadence and tone are good for military novels.
I cant really see this as a movie or TV series.
I really tried to ignore the narration as much as possible. The most irritating part was that more often than not the narrator makes statements sound like questions. Almost Valley-Girl-esque. He does it everywhere, and seemingly randomly. He also over dramatizes mid sentence which is extremely distracting. Like listening to a valley girl William Shatner overacting a children's story.
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