If you want to listen to one of the most touching, personal and at sometimes funny Star Trek novel ever written then download this file right now. John DeLancie and Peter David have out done themselfes this time. DeLancie provides a great rendition of his novel in the humoric tone that only Q can provide, and in case your wondering the opening and closing monologues of this book were read by Delancies Wife, Marnie Mosiman.
I would have thought since they got Armin Shimmerman to play Quark that he would actually apply the voice of Quark. He doesn't sound like Quark at all in this audiobook. He does a better job immitating Rom then the character he played on Deep Space Nine for seven years. I don't understand that at all. The story overall was good, but I wanted a real Quark feel to it, and I didn't get that.
I'd like to give this book negative stars, but I really couldn't finish this book. I don't know where Ann Coulter came from, but somewhere down the road she must have been messed up mentally. How can you believe somebody is treasoness, if they don't like the US going to war? Buy this book or audiotape if you want to get really really pissed off, but I'd buy the book cause you'd want something to throw down on the ground. You can't throw down the computer since it's a cost alot, but a book is worth it. Actually, for this book I'd take a bit of Ann Coulter's ultra-religious culture, I'd burn it.
Once again Michael Moore attacks the right-wingers and the democrats who should opppose them, but just bend-over backwards for the moral minority. Just like his other books and his movie Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore pulls no punches in his quest to show the plight of the Americans being screwed by evil, stupid or lazy politicans.
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