If really, REALLY are a Roswell conspiracy buff ( and I tend to count myself amongst those) then this book is for you. Otherwise, I recommend you stay away.
A genuine strech at best, entertaining at times, trite at others, and something I can't in all honesty recommend. I did, however, listen to the end, and ended up caring about the story line, although the characters were sketched at best.
Not more of this.
How much he struggled with Australian and New Zealand accents was entertaining to hear.
Not even the SyFy network could defend airing this.
Look, if you are into the entire aliens ( or not/! ) at Roswell thing, go for it. Boyd does bring in some of the more obtuse concepts about what really went on there, but you do have to wade through the entire story to get there, and it may not be worthwhile.
I sure would. The Berry/Bick team have hit it again! Not the best either have done by any stretch, but a classic ,well researched and unique offering which captures the best of both performers
Some of the Croatia scenes are memorable.
Hah good question. Malone is an all time fave but in this one its Stephanie Nell, as always, that works best for me.
I almost did!
All good, classic Berry/Brick, but could they stop using the word " DEVOID". as frequently as they do? My only irritatiion, but a real one.
The ending is notable being arbitrary, incomplete and almost trite. The book fairly rocks along ( and it is a rather long book, so get ready ) but boy, the ending is weak.
No, so no comparisons available.
The characters are breathing creations. Morris does excellent work here, and is the highlight of this offering.
Aside from the ending, yes.
This is a sprawling audiobook, with a wide variety of characters, plotlines and concepts. It all stumbles to what I felt was a rushed ending, but on balance, this offering is still worth the investment.
Not bad...a decent distraction. Was certainly not the best audio book I have experienced recently, but not bad, and the concept was on the unique side.
My first by Rainer. I would try this author again, in the correct circumstance.
Sure. Dina did a fine job keeping the characters well defined and consistent.
On demand at home.
This is a reasonably good offering, with a somewhat weak conclusion.Nominally recommended.
The principle FBI investigator Pierce ( sp? ) was complicated and had an interesting background. Worth paying attention to all his details.
Easily his accents. He nails RFK and LBJ, as well as all the other story advancing characters. A fabulous performance!
Yes, and I almost did!
This is a truly excellent audiobook, with a crackling plot, enough action to keep the listener engaged, and an outstanding performance featuring historical characters. Highly recommended.
All of it. Poorly edited, poorly constructed, and lacking a true sense of direction. The premise, and the overall start of the story began well, but it descended into treacle.
Chose another career.
Look, Donald had a mess to deal with here, so it's unfair characterize his stuff with the crap he had to deal with. On balance he did all do under the limited circumstances.
All of it.
The diversity of characters was compelling. Additionally, the concepts and history add layers of interest that holds the listener rapt. At least, this one.
The last hour or so is full of twists and developments that make the length of the listen well worth it.
Galelio was damn compelling. PJ did a great job with the challenging range of characters and accents overall .
Nothing extreme, but certainly made me research and think about the concepts presented.
This was a great little discovery by a new artist and performer for me. I think you will find this one entertaining, exciting and thoughtful as well. One of the best of 2015 so far. Highly recommended.
Only listened to it, so don't really know.
The overall concept is compelling, to say the least. Certainly the concept has been visited in the past, but not to this level of nuance and complexity.
Yes, and he does a fine job here. Lot's of characters to explore, and he does so with a flourish.
Not extreme, but it was compelling at times. Esp. the conclusion.
This book spans a wide range of concepts, which at first glance seem unrelated. Yet somehow it is pulled together with style and aplomb. I liked it a lot, and so will you! Recommended.
Interesting take on time travel, from a well respected and consistent speculative fiction author. In that context then, I would, with the usual reservations.
As above. Redundant question.
I have , and the performance here is very good. Not the best, but certainly professional. Some crappy editing and back ground noise which is becoming all too common in Audiobooks performances recently , however.
Decent offering, interesting but slightly derivative idea on time travel, with a solid performance and some interesting twists. Likely a series pending, but stands by itself well.
Gosh, there are so many "aliens invade the Earth " that I can't pick just one. Needless to say, this one is unique in many aspects. Artificial intelligence, rogue agents, etc. This one has it all!
RC is one of the best in the business ( witness his performance of "The Martian" ) and this effort continues in that tradition. In this outing, he has to take on aliens, both genders, and AI, and carries it all off with style and intelligence.
Not really, aside from it making me want the next book in the series to come out soon!
This is an outstanding start to what promises to be an excellent series. Highly recommended!
The author clearly has done extensive research into Nazi scientific history, and this was interesting. That said, the format and execution of this mess left alot to be desired.
Much better editing, updated continuity, and a clearer, more consistent performance.
Lose the French woman's ongoing insertion into the story. Goofy.
Don't waste your credit. I did, and it wasn't worth it.
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