I love wool omnibus. I read it, and bought the audiobook. Such a treat. So, this book is more of a prequel to wool. It answers some questions about the wool world.
It felt incomplete. I wish this had SOME prequel and SOME continuation of the events after wool.
I prefer audiobooks lately over reading text. I appreciated the voice acting.
There was quite a bit of humor in a fantasy world.
Meryle was my favorite character. The way she was narrated made me think of the female characters of Doctor Who.
As stated in the title. There were technical issues. Specifically, the first major few hours of the book seemed to be of too low quality of recording and there was a fair amount of audio artifacts. I could still understand the narrator, but that weird background noise was distracting at time. The other thing was that early on in the book a truck backup noise could be heard clearly in the background. "BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP" kind of dissolved the world for me until it stopped. Other than these issues, the book was a treat and I recommend to anyone who likes fantasy.
I love the concept of the story. The tech and the nostalgia go together perfectly.
The reading was very good, made me feel like it was a first hand account from a close friend.
This was another great story I wanted to listen to in one sitting.
I like the audio better.
I wanted to hear the whole story in one sitting.
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