Well narrated story of Keith and the Rolling Stones. Its amazing the details he remembers. This isn't just about the Stones. It ties in with a lot of events in the 60's and 70's. Very entertaining. I think if you like Rock n Roll, its beginnings and changes in the 60's and 60's this is a book for you. The narration is good, especially with Johnny Depp. Also, if you're a guitarist, there's something in it for you too. Lessons from a great guitarist.
This is my first audiobook from this author. I felt right at home listening to the story. It was funny at times, especially when the author poked fun at himself. It was interesting and kept my attention, even with the amount of information given. The interplay between mission control and the main character kept the storyline moving along. I thought the narrator was great. He did the characters well and made me laugh at times.
I hope they make this book into a movie. This would be up there with 2001: A Space Odyssey.
This was a very suspenseful story. The plot hooked me from the beginning, which usually happens when I read a Lee Child story. The ending was a surprise, so much so I had to go back, later, a few chapters and reread them. It was quite unexpected. I thought the narrator did a great job, even with the 6 year old. Yes the whining got a little old, but that was built into the story. This narrator kept me involved.
Being from Texas, I enjoyed the places in West Texas that were involved. I could have done without the extended agenda on illegal aliens and the seeming portrayal of Texas as bigots, but be that as it may, I still thoroughly enjoyed this story. The ending was worth it all.
I don't think I'd recommend this one. I couldn't get into the story line. I fast forwarded ahead thinking it would get better. No.
No. Too cerebral. Seems to move 2 spaces back and 1 step ahead at every turn.
Get a Clive Cussler book for a really good read.
I've read many Clive Cussler books and this one didn't disappoint. A thrilling ride right to the end. Scott Brick is exceptional, again. His voices make the characters come alive.
Kurt Austin is a great character and so was Joe.
Scott Brick is phenomenal. He even managed to impersonate a character with a burned out voice box. Incredible. Even the female voices are believable.
Keep it Zero Hour.
A great read. Thanks.
This was my first C J Box novel and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The plot held me from the beginning and the twist in the ending was wonderful. I like how he has a character to stand up to the EPA, the symbol of a government out of control and tyrannical, as it appears to actually be with this administration.
It's little guy against the government thugs and politicians. Wonderful plot. Great story line and the picturesque background make for a great read. .
I had to stop this one. Couldn't go on. Starts out okay, but then the plot becomes just too idiotic. Also, there was a heavy emphasis on developing the homosexual male characters to the exclusion of the others. It stopped being about the plot and became one of the author's agenda. If I'd wanted a book about homo eroticism I'd have asked for it. The narrator was doing his best to feminize the characters. Just got to be disgusting.
Besides this the plot, although it starts out well enough, becomes so farcical it was hard not to laugh.
I was fascinated by the point of view of Maggie, the dog. This could have been so lame, but it was fascinating. Plot was satisfying and kept me engaged throughout. I'm quite satisfied and would read another from Crais.
Yes, I would listen to this again. It was suspenseful, with just the right amount of humour, with several twists in the plot.
I liked the whole idea that the building was a part of a time warp keyhole thing, and that other people had been there before dealing with life and death decisions. Also the inclusion of Tesla as one of the creators of the machine was intriguing.
Going across to the other side and dealing with the swales. Also liked the discovery of the machine in the building.
Nothing, the narrator's voicings, especially of Viek were spot on.
An enjoyable read. This is the closest to Lovecraft I've seen in a long time. I laughed and cried, got upset with the monsters, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
It was a book I needed to read. I think its something everyone should be aware of, as it's linked to real current events.
That it could actually play out or at least in a similar way.
No. I thought she was expressive.
no. I had to parse this one out a little.
The ending helps the reader figure out where these ideas came from.
suspense, intrigue, wit
Scott Brick is an excellent narrator. You think you're hearing different people's voices. He manages to keep the excitement and suspense alive.
Joe Zavala and the whole Aswan dam incident.
The description of the things creating the storm were compelling. I enjoyed the inclusion of the Pain Maker and thought that was quite intriguing.
an enjoyable read
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