I'll probably listen again - It's a great story with fascinating characters and interesting science.
the first human, 4% universe, the black hole war
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I'm a regular listener to Reasonable Doubts and Skeptics Guide, and this book provides a wealth of detail to fill in background on a broad range of topics as well as giving a complete overview of Doubt through history.
I like Koontz's mix of science fiction and mystery and this book is a good combination with a bit of time travel thrown in.
The narration was good, the mix of voices made it more interesting - I just never connected with the story.
I made it through, but just barely. I never really empathized with the characters. I almost missed the twist at the end because I was losing interest, but when I got it I thought, Oh, so that's it.
I enjoyed the insight into the mind of a sociopathic liar and the interesting history and inner workings of the art world. The extent to which humans can deceive others and themselves is fascinating and scary.
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