No, the narration was awful, about as bad as possible without causing me to stop listening or return the purchase to audible. His voice is nasal, and his style monotonous: A deadly combination. On top of this, his accents were awful
Anything else by Greg Egan; The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Philip K. Dick
His voice is nasal, and his style monotonous: A deadly combination. On top of this, his accents were awful I don't recall listening to anything else by him, so maybe he just had a bad day.
Permutation City, the Movie: WTF, Hollywood Actually Made This?
Permutation City amounts to a compelling thought experiment on the nature of consciousness, self-identity, and the implications of artificial reality & existence. This is not SpaceOpera scifi; It's hard scifi and requires thinking about the ideas & concepts presented rather than passively enjoying a good story. One of my favorite books.
As the title says; The narrator was good, but great. There was very little difference or change in tone during some of the dialogs, requiring a few short replays to determine who had spoken. Still, there was no major problem, and the slight gritty/raspy voice the narrator used did add to the immersion.
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