Copyright ©1991 by Bill Fawcett and Associates; Copyright (P)1995 by Dove Audio, Inc.
This was a good continuation for the Dinosaur planet survivors. If you have not read the series, this book will confuse the heck out of you. This story does not stand alone. It is like a chapter of a continuing story. And this would be chapter 6 or 7. If however, you have read all the previous books, (which audible does not have) you will like the story. There is no description of the main characters in this installment. The total story (all the chapters, is quiet well written. It is only hard to follow if you do not have all the books or the proper order for them.
Read it yourself if you can. The performer is rather bland and does not contribute much to the story.
abridged chopped up a story that could have been entertaining and left me wanting. I like both authors and have enjoyed most of their books. This was a disappointment.
The best parts of this book have been abridged out. I am not sure who decides what is worth being left out but all the parts of this book that made it funny and engaging were left out.
No because I read this genre all of the time. I won't listen to an abridged book again.
I love reading, escaping to another place or time. Sci-fi, Romance, surprisingly I've even enjoyed some Erotic Romance (Shades of Grey)
An awesome conclusion to the series. I read these books over & over... they are that good!
I enjoyed the story and cringed at only having the abridged version available. The audio quality was lower than I'm accustomed to with audio books with the audio sounding like it was filtered by cotton.
Extremely disappointed that so very much of the book was omitted from this audio performance. Anyone looking to renew acquaintance with this book will miss all the details of the adventures of the various team members' travels from Ireta to Fed Central for the trial. This summary version only provides an abbreviated version of the main character's POV.
There were unabridged versions of books one and two of this trilogy, so why completely gut this third and concluding book of the trilogy? Don't waste money or a credit on this audio book version. You're better off reading the paperback or e-book.
Actually, although I would recommend the book, I would not recommend the audio version. Not because of bad reading, the performer does a good job, but because of the technical standard.
My favourite scene has not been recorded
No, no follow up. Generation Warriors ends two story lines and that should be it
Hoping to finish this series before the end of the year, I decided to go with the abridged audiobook. I made the choice also because I didn't enjoy any of the other books in the series and wanted to get it over with as quickly as possible. And, strangely enough, despite the very short running time, I still don't feel like much happened. The whole story is still confusing and not very interesting to me, and I can't really understand why it is popular amongst certain circles. There is nothing really new here, and the personalities and thought processes of the characters are still just as strange and alien as in the other books. I'm glad to be done with this series.
The audio quality is pretty low, since it seems to have been recorded a long time ago. I think Audible realized though that it's not worth the expense to have this re-recorded. This series is probably only going to appeal to avid fans of Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Moon.
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