Pretty decent writing, amazing story. I'm looking forward to the next entry in the series. Unlike most books, I think this would make an amazing movie..Show More » series. With well written character interactions, lonely P.O.V. sequences and some explosive action I'll bet we get to see a movie in the next few years. The book seems to question modern America and society with morals firmly footed in yesterday- exploring the next possible evolution of mankind. While that may make many queasy, P.J. Manney did this while skirting religion but delving into spirituality. Questing for "right" in an elitist society, seeking revenge but from an enlightened perspective, and using technology that is less than a stones throw of advancement away from our own, (R)evolution is a crunchy quick read that will leave a lasting impression on your mind.
At times the performance comes off a little cheesy, but that in itself is an elitist perspective. I read half of the book while awaiting release of the audio version, so my mind performers were a little less... stereo-typical That aside, David De Vries has an easy tone and excellent rhythm. I will be looking for other recordings of his in the near future.