I listen to a lot of audio books and this is the most enjoyable listen I've heard in some time. The story is great but the performance by Andy Weir is worthy of an Audi!
The story is an interesting one and I like the way it was done with the grand jury. The plot does a nice job of keeping you wondering about Jacob's guilt or innocence. The reader did a great job of bringing life to the characters.
This story was a nice mix of science fiction and theology and culture. I've been vegan for years so I found the issues raised around agriculture and community to be quite thought provoking.
This was a really fun read. I found myself laughing out loud more than once. I think those people that grew up watching the original star trek will enjoy it more than others. The sillyness of parts of the book are, I think, intentional.
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