I didn't read the print edition.
Joseph Morton is GREAT, I also heard 77 Days in September by him.
Audible, Audible is disappointing about this book, I can't delete it!!!!
Not write it.
Awe. That I can't delete it!
Sure, if they have listened to the Jakarta Pandemic, otherwise, no.
Currently none. The characters don't seem to have changed after the 'end of the world' type of issue they went through in the Jakarta Pandemic, the narration makes it worse since the voices in JP are now gone and different.
Not read the follow up, and return it to get my credit back.
listen to the Jakarta Pandemic again. Not sure what exec decides that you should change the narrator, if it's scheduling then wait! if it's money pay up!
Something from a writer or narrator that I already like.
No way, in A Distant Eden: Volume 1 Mr. Hacker tries Texan accents, none work, even the Latin gang-banger was off it sounded like some sort of stereotypical Asian accent.
Anger, that I spent a credit on it!
Not worth the credit. Re-listen to One Second After or Lucifer's Hammer instead.
Only if they are die hard preppers who don't care much about fiction.
Yes, I'm hoping he becomes a better writter.
I dont think it can be based on the content and lack of story continuity.
Ugh, not at the moment, it would end up like Atlas, Shrugged or some other crap adaptation. I'd rather see a better novel, then a movie off of 'that' better novel. Will Patton could star though :)
The fiction in the book HAS to get better, I know the author receives great reviews, but that might be confusing the didactic nature of the content (preppin stuff and how-tos) instead of the fictional prose (the story) it has some decent spots, but exposition ruins it. It is worse than James Wesley Rawles 'Survivors'. I do like the Don and mother survivor combo/interaction, you don't see that much. Don's friends seem to have better dialog than he does. The narrator does well with female voices. The other books should be reread by Duane Sharp.
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