In the blink of an eye, Kip Dawson is truly alone and has no way of navigating the ship home. With nothing to do but wait for his fate, Kip writes his epitaph on the ship's laptop computer, unaware that an audience of millions has discovered it and is tracking his every word on the Internet. As a massive struggle gets under way to rescue him, Kip has no idea that the world can hear his cries - or that his heroism in the face of death may sabotage his best chance of survival.
©2007 John J. Nance; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This is the most delightful, compelling, poignant and suspenseful story I have encountered in many years. The main character found his way into my heart almost immediately. His responses to the terrifying challenges facing him were surprising, believable, and heartening. Since listening to this book, I feel happier about being a human than I have in a very long time.
The technical and space flight aspects were secondary to the human drama and the examination of a life and aspects of the human mind.
None, I have never encountered a book quite like this.
No character in particular. It not clear who the narrator is, I suspect it was the author himself. The narrator did not sound like your typical "professional Narrator", but after a short time I could easily understand him. I suspect it was the author because you could tell he had a fondness for the characters. I do think the audio engineering and microphone used could have been better.
Yes. Wanted to yes, but not with my busy life.
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