I don't usually re-read books, so no, probably not.
Along the lines of the Commonwealth and Void series, Great North Road fits right into Hamilton's unique take on the future. I would personally recommend the Commonwealth and Void series books over this, but I still loved it.
Great reader - I am a fan
Avatar with a bad attitude.
A fantasy Stephanie Plum? Sure, why not? Perhaps not quite so funny as Janet Evanovich, but its a fun romp nonetheless.
Justine's hypochondria (is it imagined - or real?) is very entertaining.
I will definitely read the other books in the series.
The characters in any Joe Abercrombie are as hard boiled at it gets. Its like Raymond Chandler meets George RR Martin. Or maybe its a fantasy version of an Eastwood Spaghetti Western. Red Country is a fun, violent imaginary romp.
Great narrator - perfect pairing with Abercrombie.
The problems of faster than light travel was quite interesting
Hard to pick one - the concepts of FTL, age of the universe/advanced civilizations, near eternal life, cloning - there are many such moments.
John Lee is my single favorite narrator. He is
Well, neither actually, though there is always unexpected humor in Reynolds' books I think the reaction was one of thought, of considering future possibilities in new ways.
Definitely. This is a really fun book with great pace and lots of action and adventure. There is a wonderful contrast between the desperation of various scenes versus the cool and aplomb of the main characters. There is lots of urban cynicism interspersed with genuine enthusiasm and optimism. Makes for a great read with lots of funny little moments.
Terrific. Great job of portraying the various characters.
It was really fun to read the culmination of such a long series. I've read every one of the books. Obviously, some are better than others, but Brandon Sanderson injected vigor into the last few volumes.
Evolution of Rand al' Thor's character.
Can't recall specific books by this duo, but they are terrific. Work well together.
No. I did enjoy the first book in the series - Doomsday Book. And although I had inexplicably missed the second book, this third installment is bogged down in a number of areas, particularly by a very limited set of character personalities. I also found a lot of the predicaments extremely similar the Doomsday Book.
I would have liked to see a better variation on the theme of being stuck in the past and not being able to return to the characters' present time. Specifically, the characters get stuck in rather banal and uninteresting predicaments. One example, is a measles outbreak quarantines one character where she doesn't want to be for three months. Sorry, a three month quarantine is not interesting.
Kellgren does a limited set of characters very well. However, the characters she is given from the author are limited in their ranges. The children are all misbehaved. The young ladies all slightly befuddled, the older women are almost all severe.
This book also had a hanging ending - so their is at least one more book to get through. Frankly this two-book set could have been edited down by quite a bit.
The concept of the series is still sound, but more interesting adventures are needed, and getting stuck in the past with balky time travel technologies combined with under-equipped protagonists gets thin quickly.
The story is probably only three minutes long, but its terrific.
Samuel L. Jackson
Here is the perfect narrator
Not sure - way to short to be film.
If one likes adult sci-fi, this is absolutely the right book.
No single moment; the pacing of the book is very good. Dialogue is well thought out, and action scenes are terrific.
Avisarila is my favorite fictional character this side of Tyrion Lannister.
Can't wait for the third installment.
First, the narrator. He does a fine job with the male characters, but the female characters are poorly done. Would have been better with two narrators - Dolstice for the male characters and storyline, and a strong female narrator for the women.
I've given the book four stars, but three and a half is more accurate. At 50 hours, the characters/stories could have move much further along.
I can't believe we waited over five years for this. Frankly, I'm afraid that Martin is going to pull a Robert Jordan and another young gun like Brandon Sanderson is going to have to finish the series. Frankly, Sanderson is all around superior to the distracted Martin right now.
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