I think this book is a really enjoyable sci-fi book, it doesn't start out as strong sci-fi at all, but if you stick with it, it will get there. I loved the modern references and they were all over the place, the only thing that is going to be bad is when all of those references are old and no one knows what they are referring to anymore. It rarely surprised me, but every once in a while something would come out of no where. Overall, I felt it was a fantastic book and hope I can get this much enjoyment out of other books I pick.
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I liked that the main voice actor (Jay Snyder) was kept, but I missed the additional voice actors from the previous books. The multiple voice actors really made the series stand out, and I missed Khristine Hvam, and Mark Boyett. Voices really do make a huge difference.
I'd like audio books to keep all of the same cast if they can, it's very distracting when the voices are different from the previous book, and quite honestly I really loved the way the previous books had multiple voice actors.
I thought it was an enjoyable book, the mystery wasn't all the only thing I really didn't like is the interruptions here and there where one chapter would stop in the middle of something exciting and the next was something completely different, and then it would get back to what you were listening to the chapter before last.
This was incredibly exciting, well written, well researched, and really made me never want to stop listening. It was just as exciting as Daemon.
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