Yes. I found the book to be very entertaining. The narrator did a great job, and the material itself was very enjoyable to listen to.
The entire first half of the book was entertaining and very memorable.
Ken, without a doubt.
Sure! I enjoyed every minute of it.
It's a great story!
It was very interesting. I could listen to it for hours.
Victor nailed it. The one thing I really loved about Hyperion was how many voice actors there were in the audiobook. That really helped bring the characters to life. However, Bovine managed many distinct voices for all the characters of the story all by himself. He did a remarkable job.
Get the audiobook.
Endymion is very different from Hyperion, but still very enjoyable. Highly recommended.
Yes, I would recommend this book to a friend. It's a little dated, but I think the material is still very relevant. This isn't the kind of book I'd enjoy listening to in my free time, but I really enjoy it while driving to work in the morning. (My commute is generally free of traffic and about 30 minutes long.)
None come to mind.
I didn't notice it much. I was really listening for content, and Andrew did not get in the way of that.
Nope. I do think it's a great book for listening to when you're physically occupied but your mind isn't.
The amazing story and the narrators. This was a first rate production with a great story line.
This is easily one of the best audio books I've ever had the pleasure to listen to. It's hard to compare it to other works.
All the narrators did a great job.
We had to cut so much out to make it fit in a movie; you really should check out the audio book!
YES! I love this sort of book. I love listening to it while doing other things, like riding my motorcycle or driving to work. It's engaging, but not distracting.
It's worth nothing that this book has a lot of history in it. It's not a dry physics book, even though there's a lot of physics in it. If you're a layperson that's interested in science but don't have the mental bandwidth to devote to it, and you also enjoy a bit of history, I highly recommend this book.
If you enjoy this book, I also recommend "A Short History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryson. Both are fantastics audio books.
I think Michio Kaku has a great voice, and I was a little disappointed when I discovered that he didn't narrate the entire book. However, Ray does a great job, and I'm very glad that Ray was picked to read the book. (Michio Kaku narrates the opening of the book.)
This audio book has a lot of replay value. However, I don't think it would make for a good movie.
This is a great book. I've enjoyed it immensely.
This is a fun book that's also really interesting. It's not thought provoking in any way, but it's definitely a "page turner". The writing style makes it very agreeable to listening to while doing other things like driving, or painting a bedroom.
Hmm... I can't think of any. This book has an interesting mix of humor and "horror". (Note: this book is not scary in any way.)
Nick Podehl FTW. I'm used to searching for books based on the author, but I'm going to have to start searching for books based on the narrator, too. Nick narrated "Walden on Wheels" and I really enjoyed his performance in that, too. I bought "This Book is Full of Spiders" because it was on sale, and was pumped to hear his voice when the book started. I knew there was a very good chance I'd enjoy this book because of Nick's narration.
I don't have the attention span to listen to something this long in one sitting, but I did turn it on every time I got the chance to listen to it without being interrupted. I listened to the whole thing within a period of two days.
This book is good fun, and is a fantastic "distraction" when doing something really boring like painting the trim in your bedroom. I don't think it's meant to be taken seriously, and I think it deserves 5 stars for being very enjoyable.
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