the unabridged version is as good as, or better than the print version.
The conflict of Angus and Nick at the space station canteena, the secret message and instruction to Morn.
Yes, and I feel this is one of his signature performanes. I look forward to more programs read by Scott Brick.
The Gritty Reality of Humans in Space
I read the book back in the early nineties and had hoped there would be more stories to follow. This is an adult adventure that Disney cannot touch, I hope they don't touch. The only way to have this story made into any visual narration, would be to have the Japanese anime masters develope a series. (See Ghost in the Shell or Akira) Then again they wouldn't do it justice either. I look forward to listening again, but not too many times, I don't want to get burnt out on this story as i did with Bladerunner and Star Wars: A New Hope. I look forward to the next four stories. The Gap series still needs to have the fifth book, with Scott Brick, for me to add to my growing library. If I can discover another space adventure, it will have to stand up to my comparison of the Gap series, as my standard of comparison.
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