As Neil Gaimen once said that it comes down to just four words "...and then what happened?" that make you want to keep reading.
This book will make you wonder "and then what happened" each time you have to take a break from listening. Interestingly, Cabal seems to become much more human and less scientific in this.
As usual, the narration is suburb. Will most certainly buy the sequel.
I loved the book. Plain and simple. Slightly cliched at times. The narrator does a wonderful job, and the author has just enough twists and action to keep things interesting. A few painful logical questions (Just why are some barmen so accepting? Does no one report stolen vehicles?) but otherwise you're fine. I already purchased the sequel.
As Aaron from smithville said "I want my credit back!" I have to second that.
The narrator in my opinion is horrible (Especially after having read both of the Johannas Cabal books and then Sandman Slim and even Everything Matters)... This audiobook dragged, in fact, while listening on a 4+ hour ride to ohio I chose to listen to the radio over this due to how... dull... and muddled it became at points.
Most of the characters to me seem very plane and single dimensional coupled with the fact that the book just doesn't seem to flow, I wanted to cry in frustration.
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