The premise for the story, devastation caused by an EMP, was great, and I listened to the first couple chapters with great anticipation for ensuing elements which never were delivered.
Rather than develop a story on the after-effects of the atmospheric nuclear explosion, the author chose to focus on a single person in pursuit of his family in an unrealistic walk across the country. Would have liked to have known what was happening on the government level, who our allies might be in that situation, how the rest of the world might respond to the incident, etc.
The narrator was slow and mundane. Monotone. Maybe he was cast for the job because of the dour nature of the book itself.
Oh no. Too depressing for the reality-show mentality of today's audiences.
If you are looking for insight into various artists and the music industry, you'll still be searching after 20-plus hours of drivel
Hi, I'm Clive Davis. I never made a mistake, and people who failed would have been successful had they listened to me. People who were successful, would have been more successful had they listened to me.
I'd recommend to anyone with or without kids. We all were kids at one point, trying to connive our way into staying up later than our parents wanted us to.
"You know where you can go? The ... to sleep."
Ummm, it's 6 minutes.
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