The first person story telling allows you to keep a constantly attached to the story without forcing you to jump around the world. It is like you are just following only one person in the story rather than many, keeping a straight story line and thus losing pace.
I could compare it with mogworld and Jam. This due due to the fact they are all told in a first person by the protagonist. It keeps you in the story without jumping you around the world.
This is my first one, although I am already going through the others of the star force series.
Space adventure with the smallest allies and the biggest enemies
This book gives a nice alternative and objective view to human sexuality and why cultural and religious barriers are destroying friendships and families.
The civilizations that did not have our current cultural restrictions forced on them and those that are doing their best to preserve something truly human rather than something made for mass consumption.
Where it was told that the marriage structure we know is, in reality, but an illusion made by people who wants nothing more that power, humanity be damned.
How other culture kept themselves in control by sharing everything, including responsibility , obligations and each other. Something many in modern societies shamely lacks.
Must read for everyone who wants to understand their sexuality and maybe find clues to help with their current relationships. It may also help current families by giving possibilities to help each other without sacrificing the family while at the same time remain true to your nature and also to your partner. Should also be a must read at sex education classes.
Psychological horror adventure
The main character development during the story makes him very interresting. It also makes you question yourself during the story if you would share his views or not as the story progresses.
When the main character is returing to his home station and he start asking himself about everything that has happen to him and he survived and others did not.
A story that will make you question your own place in the world and what is truly valuable and what is not.
The book itself is a bit hard to read on its own. Mainly because it was translated in a very google-like way. With the audiobook, however, it becomes much easier to follow the story all the way to the end. I recommend when you buy the book to buy this audiobook as well. I will guarantee that you will not be dissapointed when you do that.
The overall voice acting, combined with how the narrator expresses the characters emotions during the story. Keeps you hanging on the story to see it all the way to the end.
Not many that keeps you this attached to a story or adds a good dose of comedy to a story without sacrificing the overall experience.
The main character Jim, off course. Although he does a great job with the other characters as well. Mainly because the performer has written the story too, he can perfectly express the exact emotions the characters are feelings in their voices. Keeping you attach to them and also wanting to follow them to see what is coming at them next.
An adventure that will keep you at your edge of your seat laughing while begging for more.
Not many stories are both written and narrated by the same author. So this audiobook would be a perfect start for anyone who wants to try an audiobook. Reading the book while listening will add the bonus of being more immersed in the story.
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