I think the audio edition to be better than the print version in all aspects but one. The audio edition has to describe the diagrams that are in the print edition. This is not a big factor if you can draw them out while listening, but a little harder while driving.
Like any good story this story teaches you while entertaining you. I liked how the author intertwined the lessons within the characters interactions.
Oliver's voice is pleasant, and handled most of the voices well.
The lessons this book is trying to teach you can have a profound impact on you (if you are willing to really, really listen).
80's Nerd God. There were so many references to the 80's that took me back to my teenage years.
I have to say Og (Ogden Morrow). Laid back and throws an awesome party. He's a mix of Gary Gygax and Steve Wozniak.
The epic throwdown between Ultraman and MechaGodzilla. What can I say...I grew up on Godzilla movies.
It would be a tag line from another 80's movie.
"There can be only one"
One of my favorite books. One of the few books I would listen to again.
Crazy, brilliant, fun.
I found this book to be an interesting intersection of science and belief. Would you choose to believe in man and live forever without God, or believe in God and live forever after death.
Being a software engineer the thought of living as a software program gives me chills (because I know how buggy software can be).
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