I enjoy the medium of audiobooks, and Halo: Cryptum is among the very best in this medium, and certainly the best of the Science Fiction audiobooks I have listened to.
The Moon Maze Game - somewhat juvenile and predictable
Robopocalypse - pretty standard fare
Pandora's Star - The first book of this series - a charming tale
Judas Unchained - The books in this series seemed to be a series of pot-boilers
The Dreaming Void - The books in this series seemed to be a series of pot-boilers
The Temporal Void - The books in this series seemed to be a series of pot-boilers
The Evolutionary Void - The books in this series seemed to be a series of pot-boilers
The Memory of Earth - Just as good as Halo: Cryptum
The Mote in God's Eye - A real classic and a great story
Impact - Predicable, but enjoyable nonetheless
Blackout and All Clear - Loved this time travel tale - an Anglophile's dream
The Draco Tavern - just plain fun to listen to
Excellent voice and dialect control, but occaisionally dialog between characters became a bit of a challenge to the listener
Forerunners are powerful, but even they need all the help they can get.
Keep adding classic SciFi titles to the Audible library.
Can't say, but the narrator Timothy Dadabo made the whole story fun to listen to.
Riser - I think I had a relative who he reminds me of.
Don't think so, but I will see if he has performed something else I might want to listen to.
A storehouse of life, varied, flawed, and yet noble.
Greg Bear doesn't hold back on making broad settings speak broad lessons. A great story that is a great yarn.
Probably not...I already know how it turns out!
I could see some things coming, but several of the scenes were really compelling
He's great, and he can do character 'voices' changes without being jarring or confusing.
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