imaginative, provocative, satisfying
It dealt with the concept of parallel worlds in a way that was thoughtful and entertaining.
He just has a great, clear voice that holds my attention, even amidst distractions.
Not the most exciting book in the series. There's some new info, but mostly it recaps The Last Colony from the point of view of Zoe. It's not necessary, but it does round out the story.
Sure it was. I enjoyed the book, and got a few ideas about subjects I'd like to probe into at a deeper level.
I would have appreciated some more technical information, as in Kaku's other books.
A sense of irony and humour.
Yes it was.
I haven't read the print version, but the audio was fantastic.
The alimentary canal, of course!
She has great inflection, and carries off all the humour with panache.
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