I will listen to another book from Isaac Asimov, but will avoid any book read by Larry McKeever if it is not a part of a series.
Larry McKeever, in his odd pauses and overly annunciated way, sounded much as a voice from an old Apple Macintosh computer. This mechanical intrusion of the story made it very difficult as I was trying to grasp the overall times and intended feel of the story. It required re-listening to the beginning quarter of the book twice before I finally found myself able to ignore Mr. McKeever's reading style and was able to immerse myself in Asimov's wonderfully imaginative world on the third try.
Even though I had originally had difficulty with Larry McKeever's reading style, it was still an excellent story. If you have enjoyed the previous books in the series, I would strongly recommend this one.
This was my favorite story of the series so far. The personal relationships, with the continuous suspense of wondering how Harry was going to be able pull off this invention of psycho-history, as well as the "life" of this great man created an emotionally entwined and overall triumphant feel of a great story.
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