This book didn't deal with outlines at all.
This is NOT a book about outlines. It's a decent book on writing commercial fiction. I'd have given it 4 stars had it been advertised as such.
Jenna Blum could read the phone book, and I'd be enthralled. Great book, succinct, informative and well structured.
This was a fresh book. There certainly have been female protagonists in Space Opera, take Kai Vatta, Herris Serrano and Honor Harrington. But I think this is the most feminine role yet. Sure she's tough, and kicks ass, but she's sexy, and feminine, and I enjoyed that aspect of the book. The book doesn't get bogged down with unnecessary description or prose, and is fast paced, and very satisfying!
Some uneducated toothless moron, who dropped out of kindergarten.
This author has no skill with words. The plot might have been good, but the prose was so bad, I couldn't bear to listen past 5 minutes.
Mediocre at best. The fault was the writing, not the narration.
All of them. Actually, let's cut out the writer!
I cannot believe audible published this. I'm very disappointed with audible's poor judgement.
Absolutely! Ringo's story is fascinating, and Mark Boyett's performance was stellar!
I really enjoyed Tyler Vernon's cagey negotiations on the trading ship. Dragon's Tears! LOL
Fantastic genre bending tale. Great characters and fascinating plot!
I liked Stealth. She was very mysterious and I really wanted to know more about her.
Loved that there was a male and female narrator!
I enjoyed every minute of the book. Bourne can really spin a yarn, but I found the plot quite flat. It was just a string of this guys experiences with no major revelations, and I felt the book ended very abruptly and early.
That said, I still really enjoyed reading the book. Glad there's a sequel!
Yes, Mark Boyett's performance adds so much to the story.
Larson's storytelling ability is epic!
Best scifi I've read in 25 years!
Report Inappropriate Content