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My Lunar Home III: A Totally New Paradigm

Narrated by: W. Bolinger
Length: 5 hrs and 31 mins
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No one could have anticipated the catastrophe that had occurred on Earth, but it meant that they would have to continue their colonization efforts without any Earth-bound help or guidance. It also meant that every member of the other space-bound locations would have to find a way to resupply without the assistance of their Earthly headquarters. If they couldn't, they would all certainly die.

Hundreds of people were stranded in these various space locations, and their entire future now rested with Greg. Would it be possible for him to create a plan that would not only save his own lunar-bound population but also the men and women circling the Earth in these man-made facilities? If he doesn't, it would mean they would all die before they could ever got any help from Earth again.

©2018 K. A. Bolinger (P)2018 K. A. Bolinger

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  • Adam
  • Tulsa, OK, United States
  • 11-08-18

The Narration, oh Gods The Narration

First time I've ever reviewed a book here. Its a great concept, real daydream fodder. It's very technical and I'll admit I'm a fan of that. The story is good. Light on dialog and character building but you can't have everything.

HOWEVER, The narrator. I'm not capitalizing the word for a reason. To paraphrase Dave Lister:
-If there was such a thing as the Stultification Olympics that man could Bore for his Nations Glory.-

He'd get nothing but Gold Medals all the way. I'd use him as a drill to Bore thru mountain passes but its illegal to use a weapon of Mass Destruction that way. He could make a Junior High school teacher sound interesting on a beautiful April day. His voice is a natural Anesthetic ... Do not listen to this in your car, you'll wake up in the wrong lane. He's weaponized Ennui.

So good book, but the narrator needs an Adrenaline drip and a stern lecture on what the word -Monotone- means.

I realize the narrator is a relative of the Author. And I want to put emphasis on the fact that I couldn't narrate a book if someone put a gun to my head. There'd be far to much weeping and screaming involved. But we have professional narrators for a reason. Intonation and mood are vital to narration. Just my opinion. Mahalo

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