interesting if slow read but then the "end" seems to not be an end - and the audible transition of this is only part of the book is given at the end of the second part of a presumably two part book - so what gives!!! somewhere there is a mistake - either on audibles side by putting a transition tape at the end of a book or there is a third part, which seems more likely given where it "ended", and that part is missing from audibles library - in any case until the mistake is sorted out (get rid of the transition or add the third part) do not buy
are you kidding - yes if that is in fact the end that is there - but then even the folks at audible found it very confusing by putting a transistion statement at the end of a book to what?????
the various scientists as that was what was interesting to me
anybody - he is the worst narrator I have ever heard - I always wondered why people complained about a narrator as basic reading skills was fine by me but this guy made it hard to listen to the book - the pace was way too fast, the voices he used too often did not ring true
yes, i like this genre of book
the author is weak in building interpersonal relationships which just don't make sense or rather don't ring true but the background story of superstorm and how to plan for it was interesting - the ending was a hoot!!!
If you utterly familiar with EMP or with the idea the the US is amazingly vulnerable on so many levels than don't bother - but if you have the basic idea but not the historically accurate projections then read on - terrific, spellbinding and so what if the main character is molded after the author - who cares - or if not - that is not the point and nothing to base a review upon as I read before I decided that indeed this was a book i wanted to read
great book - totally absorbed all the way through - you have to like the topic but if you do it delivers
This is a wonderful story of time travel which departs from typical male perspective of science and technology and considers the relationships and the impact of such multi-time lines on the development of a relationship. At the same time it captures the notion of time being all at once ultimately and manages to keep the reader on track with various devices like telling us the ages of the major characters at each turn. It's emergent quality and sensativity to relationship brings a sense of authenticity missing in so many time travel novels. I very highly recommend it.
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