Tempe, AZ, United States | Member Since 2005
I enjoy the audio version better because I am frequently listening to it in the car. In addition, I tend to skip over things when I am reading and take away from some of the cleverness of the author.
I enjoy Aurora because she seems to think like a real persons with conflicts that seem real.
The current title certainly hooks you in.
The accents of the narrator were distinguished. I was impressed at the range of subjects that were intertwined in the book. In terms of scholarship I would rate this book quite high. I have been an Audible reader for many years and have read all sorts of books. This book stands out because its topics are new and presentation is remarkable.
Presentation ov the real facts.
The arrival on the lifeboat.
Sorry. This is not an area of my expertice.
Since I have listened to close to 1000 books, it is difficult to know but the book held my interest.
The book is up to the standard of the other books in the series so that this book is comparable to it.
She has good temper and tone and reads as one would expect an actress to read.
It is in the middle
The mystery was not obvious.
The main character
The author is quite witty.
Science fiction is a niche I occasionally like to read or listen to. It is escapist literature and although I enjoy it I would never put it on the same level as someone as Marion Zimmer Bradley.
All other Andre Norton Books since she tends to use common themes although she may use them with different shadings.
He is adequate.
All of the parts were not tied up till the end.
Other Alex Cross books because the set-up is the same.
Not just another thriller but one which will keep you guessing
Although I had hoped the series would finish, the book was great in starting to bring everything together.
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