James S.A. Corey’s best-selling hit Leviathan Wakes earned Hugo and Locus Award nominations. In Caliban’s War, the second chapter of Corey’s Expanse series, a desperate Earth politician works tirelessly to prevent war from reigniting. Meanwhile, upheaval takes root on Venus and Ganymede. And amidst this tumult, James Holden and his crew on the Rocinante are charged with the impossible task of saving humanity from a terrifying fate.
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Oh, my yes. It is a perfect introduction to the medium of audiobooks.
Just about any moment when the old lady speaks
The precise articulation of dear foul mouth Chrisjen Avasarala.
I would plan to listen to a couple of chapters each night as I drifted off to sleep... and either a cliff hanging chapter would keep me going for just one more 20 minute dose, or my burst of out-loud laughter at Avasarala's potty mouthed truths leave me chuckling for another half hour. (I am an equally profane old codger...)
Lol OK so the app isn't letting me submit this until I've written 20 word.
I'd love more Sci-Fi details about life in the future vs the heavy focus on politics and posturing in between quick battles. Good overall and I'll move on to the next one in the series.
Leviathan Wakes was ok so I decided to push through and listen to Caliban's War. This book was amazing. Sucked me in and had me invested in the characters and on the edge of my seat.
And the last couple of lines at the end. SHIVERS! Can't wait to listen to the next book
I had hard time with this one. I felt like the author was trying to develop the characters by describing everything they were doing from minute to minute. So, it got a little boring at times, but maybe it has more to do with the story just unfolding too slowly. After all was said and done, I just didn't feel like enough happened. I'm tired of this series. I won't continue.
The characters are very copmpelling
I was waiting for the Chrisjen Avasarola chapters. She is a very interesting and compelling character.
The performance is well narrated
i loved it. i did not expect the ending. what a surprise. the under secretary is hilarious!
This story is mostly just tropes and cliches. Good performance though, and despite the lackluster story, it's still a good time passer because the subject matter is interesting.
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