Edge of your seat, Okay that's four.
Nothing to compare it too, it was a stand alone great story, and thankful there was more to come!
Perfect, spot on, his voice is comfortable easy to listen to, truthfully I enjoy it when I'm focused on the story and not on the voice telling it, that is maybe a sideways compliment but I really enjoyed not focusing on Tim's voice.
I think the what's on the title, "some secrets should remain buried"
This has been one of the best stories I've heard, of this genre, in a long time. I unfortunately have the kind of brain that is always racing to "figure it out" ahead of time, this one kept me going I was surprised more than a few times, I LOVE THAT!
Not really, from the description I was expecting more..of something, more substance..
NO, it's my genre and the idea was sound it just kinda carried you along till you got sleepy then BAM something to remind you that you are listening to a story. The characters were just OK and I didn't really cared who lived or died.
Not really, the reading was fine it was the subject matter. At times I thought even the reader was bored but marched on to "get it over with"
I will be hesitant about trying this author again and if there's a sequel I probably won't read it till my list is empty,which it won't be...
I think younger readers, teens maybe, might enjoy this but most adults and fans of Sci-fi will mostly likely be disappointed.
A tired story that goes no where, you don't need to be a mind reader to figure it out, lame. I, the reviewer, am writing this for you, the reader of this review so that I, the reviewer can tell you, the reader of this review how boring and monotonous I, the reviewer found this to be!
No, I enjoy sci-fi stuff very much but this is sci-stupid
The narrator sounded like he was reading a financial statement, and I mean "reading".
Yes, it wasn't very long.
I'm sorry to be so harsh but this was very disappointing, it's not that common to find a book that fails on so many levels. I will not be going on to book 2.
This was a blast! Fun, exciting and although I could see the ending coming it was still thrilling to get there.
The reader was fantastic he kept the headphones glued to my ears.
The story requires your full attention as it's not ever really here or there but gently carries you with it setting you down from time to time before you're off and running again .
Never read the print version so????
None, Crichton stands alone and above.
Well the climax, of course, no teasers
Run, if you can
I love Crichton, so im biased, he's the best and no equals
Maybe an uneducated teenager or younger.
Giant leaps of the unbelievable. I know its fantasy, sci-fi but even for that there could have been some uniformity, or flow. It asked the reader to not only suspend belief but to forget anything you've ever read or for that matter what you JUST read. UGH! It dropped plots twists like they were hand full of poker chips thrown willy-nilly. The characters were as this as onion paper.
I won't fault him for the bad story, the characters were ridiculous so them having different voices really did nothing for the story.
Anger, then disappointment. I wasted my money and my time on this drivel.
I have no idea how this got the good ratings it did, I think people must have "judged this book by it's cover" and nothing else.
It's sci-fi, court room, whodunit, fantastic.
Hard to say, it was different chapter to chapter.
Well, the great reveal, betcha don't see it coming...
NO, but I still loved it
Great listen,fleshed out, well if you can flesh out an Alien, still I would recommend it.
I have, over and over, she soothes me again and again.
Keep trying, her message as always.
I'm not, others are not, bad, keep trying,and relax
I have other Pema recordings, she's wonderful and calming, even if I'm not paying attention to her words, her voice alone, like I said is like warm honey being poured over my bitter mind.
It was usual Crichton, you will be smarter once you've come to the end. It was immersive and technical but, I am a Crichton fan so I'm a bit biased.
She was a bit weak but the story carried her through.
"You'll never fly the same way again"
As I said, I'm a Crichton fan, I love his style, which is kinda wordy and his stories follow similar path but that's not something different from a lot of other authors. I miss him, wish there were more...
Overall storyline was ok, for awhile.
Not unless they had nothing else to read
Not much, sorry. I think the voice in my head would've sounded better
Don't look now, okay don't look....now, I mean now...oh who cares.
tI was mildly interesting but I did find myself at time drifting off in thought while listening, it held my attention at first because I was curious how it all came to be, toward the end I just didn't care anymore.
Yup, already to #2
Yes, it was something new, with a twist
They were all believably different
"It's not just a game....anymore"
I was totallly into it. I can see why some people might have a hard time following it if you've never played any online games, or PC video games. I was as immersed in the story as some of the characters were in their games. Great thing is, it was a totally plausible.
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