I rarely ever write reviews for books because most people usually say what I want to say. I felt I needed to comment on this book.
Simply put, it was fantastic! Character development was well thought out, and well balanced. The story line was suspenseful and kept me engrossed. One of the best parts about this story was not only was I able to sympathize with the protagonist (a given) but at many times I also could sympathize with the antagonist. It's one of the few times that I've read/listened to a book and have actually wavered as to whether I wanted the protagonist to change his beliefs.
There are some unanswered questions but not anything that needed to be wrapped up by this book. I can't wait to see some of those questions answered.
It was entertaining and funny. Would've been 5 stars if the protagonist was better developed as well as the underlying connections of the people in the multiverse. It made up for its lack of depth with its entertainment value most of the time. While the narration was generally good, I found myself wishing there had been more difference in tone or accent between Chip and his best friend. I would recommend it to a friend.
Horrible narration. Too fast, no inflections, no emotion. I felt like text to speech engine could've done better. Couldn't finish the book.
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