Outlaws, Scotts, Wanted
Masters of Doom. Kushner's first book on the golden age of gaming and programming, tells an almost equally gripping tale about the bad boys of the gaming world, and the controversy that surrounded them. Similar themes, but less focus on the technical aspects.
Verner is a great narrator, and very subtle in his emphasis. Paper books just suck. I haven't read a physical book in years.
You take the high road, and I'll take the low road, and I'll get to Los Santos before you...
Honestly, I would have liked to have had someone from the UK of Scotland narrate this instead, as most of the central characters hail from that region of the world. Was Patrick Stewart just not available? Still, Verner did a solid job.
Yes. Wil Wheaton was the perfect narrator for this book in so many ways. Imbued with a sincere passion for the subject, his reading of the two John's story is gripping.
Carmack. I personally identify with many of his traits, very forward looking and intellectually curious.
I have not listened to him before.
Commander Keen Must Die.
Again, Wil Wheaton made this book absolutely sing. One of the best narrations I have heard in some time.
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