I love the story and the memorable characters, Bryan, Pookie, Robin, and of course Mr Biznass.
The seamless blending of hard police science and proceedure with the supernatural horrors.
Mr Biznass. It would be Pookie Chang, but I will forever hear Scott's version of pookie in my head when his lines are spoken.
Chief Zou's choice. 'nuff said
Would be a 5 star performance for Mr. Gigante, If I had never heard Scott's version of Pookie.
anti-hero, clever, and modern
The Dexter series, because of anti-hero themes,
Blade runner because of a number of parallel plot points
Wil is a very solid and dramatic reader who doesn't waste time with ridiculous over-the-top falsettos or other bizarre character voices. He puts emphasis on the character rather than himself.
While I didn't due to other demands on my time, It certainly would have held my interest well enough to listen to it in a single sitting.
This was my third Scalzi/Wheaton book (Red Shirts and Agent to the stars were the others....highly reccomend both, especially Red Shirts)
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