Well narrated and a classic tale
All geeks born in the 1970's MUST read this book. It moves right along and covers all the best of the 80's geek culture.
The final book concludes the riveting story. Throughout it all you wonder what this girl is thinking but its still believable. The narrator is great. I highly recommend all three books of the Hunger Games.
Book Two with the same great narrator. The story continues with more twists and turns.
The first of the trilogy got me hooked. The story moves right along but you often wonder "what is she thinking?!" about the heroine.
The narrator does a decent job. I like him reading other works too. But the material is mediocre. It reads like a Hollywood sci-fi with predictability and lacking much suspense or tension. For my one-credit per month I think I could have skipped this and checked it out from the library as some summer-fluff reading instead.
A dark story, well written and well read. A good one for those interested in post-apocalyptic stories.
The first 10 hours of the book are a bit slow and confusing as all the various characters are built up. Mid-way through, it gets really good. Then it gets better.
Well narrated. A great choice for those interested in one way the earth could be reborn.
A thoughtful take on the world degenerating. There are some places where it gets slow but the tempo is good overall. It's well narrated too. Worthwhile if you're into end-of-the-world fiction.
This is the first-half of the end of the Ender Speaker series. Great narration combined with a great story.
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