• Project: Perception

  • By: Joshua Cook
  • Narrated by: Skyler Morgan
  • Length: 5 hrs and 33 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Mankind is stagnant. Still fighting the same fights since the end of the 20th century. While technology advances at a blistering pace, socially, humanity is becoming stunted. Someone or something known only as "the Administrator" is determined to change the path that humanity is on. A small push in certain places, and the combined weight of public opinion will change. But who is the Administrator? What is the ultimate goal? And who will get sacrificed to reach the endgame? 

©2015 Joshua Cook (P)2016 Joshua Cook

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I Enjoyed This!!!

I started listening this morning and just couldn't stop until I finished just now. The story had me on my toes guessing what would come next all the time and Skyler Morgan's voice is lovely. Soothing yet simulating enough to make sure I didn't got to sleep. He modulated and changed his voice well too.
I didn't see the end coming at all. Wham and it was in my face. Even more so I think because I was colouring and had no idea how much of the book was left.
I recommend it if you're into sc-fi and AI.
And if you are like me a noob to audiobooks, Skyler Morgan's voice is an excellent introduction. 😀

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Gripping and stimulating.

Whether it's the wonderful narrative provided by Skylar Morgan, or the flowing tide of plot that threatened to rip me from the edge of my seat, Project: Perception was an enthralling tale from start to finish. For any fans of Sci-fi out there, you should definitely add this to your list of future listens.

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A well-written story from a very good author

Project: Perception: Strings are Everywhere, my third read from author Joshua C. Cook. I loved the premise of the book, but Skyler Morgan’s bland narration took away from a well-written book's enjoyment Well-written epic fantasy with intriguing characters. 5-hours 33-minute/136-pages. I was given an Audible copy of this book and am voluntarily reading & reviewing it. I'll be reading more from this author, I recommend a print edition to get the most enjoyment from this book. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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Fascinating

How will humanity ever change. Even though technology goes ahead, why do humans stay the same. Perhaps there is someone out there to help. Loved the narrator.

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Exciting Concept

I loved the beginning of this story. It totally captured my interest; however, the middle part of the story was a little flat, but then the story ended with a great twist. On the whole, I found this book interesting and entertaining. Skyler Morgan does a great job in the narration of the story. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Project: Perception

An interesting thriller with a sci-fi take. The reveal of “The Administrator” was a twist that I didn’t totally see coming.

I was definitely entertained by this story written by Joshua Cook and narrated by Skyler Morgan.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Great book!

This story was great, perfect for when you don't have too much time on hand to invest into listening but still want an in depth read. Narrator was fantastic as well!

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Enjoyable

Was a different story, first time I’d listened this type of story. Enjoyable but not story line I’d listen again.

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It’s difficult to talk about this story without spoilers. So be warned.

Starting off, the story is interesting. I thought it was going to be a story of a protagonist locked in a small room, slowly losing his mind. Nope. He was killed off and the perspective changed. It was well done, sure. But part of me was more interested in the first protagonist.

When the story introduces this mob boss-esque “admin” character and then later mentions an AI that left the planet. It became blatantly obvious who and what this admin was. Whle that reveal fell flat for me, others were a pleasant surprise.

The thing I found myself annoyed with was the side plot of these two guys who were looking into the protagonists. The whole story you’re given glimpses to what they’re doing, their suspicions and how they’re onto the the protagonists. All that buildup and it fizzles out at the end like a wet fart. It didn’t go anywhere. It was a total waste of time.

I enjoyed this one, for what it was. It had an uphill battle because I can’t stand SciFi. I request review copies via. genre and I didn’t realize the ones listed were SciFi stuff. So I was really pleasantly surprised with this one. It wasn’t just the side story that was a dud, it was the ending as a whole. But the story overall was good.

The audiobook has some issues. Chapter 2 is extremely quiet. The audiobook in general seemed too quiet to me. I could barely hear it with my phone volume turned up to max. The volume was all over the place. When chapter 3 started, it sounded slightly louder than 2, but from there, I got used to it and stopped paying attention to it.

Overall, the narrator was good. I got sick and tired of him mispronouncing the word across. It’s seriously annoying when people add letters to words. “acrosst” isn’t a word and it cums up over and over in this story, compounding my annoyance.

NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.

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GOOD SCI-FI STORY

WELL WRITTEN AND EASY TO FOLLOW.
ACCEPTABLE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES.

NARRATOR IS GOOD AND EASY TO FOLLOW.

INTRIGUING STORY FULL OF THRILL AND DARK SUSPENCE.

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  • undeadcelt
  • 01-22-22

Fanbloodytastic 💖

Fanbloodytastic 💖extremely well written and intriguing storyline and one of the best books I have read in a long time ☺

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  • Kirsty Barrett
  • 11-29-21

interesting

Well written, and plausible enough. Not keen on narration on audible - too monotone I feel.

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  • Julie
  • 12-27-20

A different type of project

I did enjoy this book but felt at the end of the story the big question for me was what just happened? It is definitely not your normal type of book. I loved the first part of the book but I kind of got lost what was happening in the second part, as it jumped from character to character and situation to situation. I think I was also still expecting the first character we learnt about to come back and play a part. It still made for an interesting listening and I did understand the concept of what was happening but I guess I was expecting the bad guys to get there comeuppance and I don't think that happened in the end.
Will humans ever learn from there past mistakes, the administrator does not think so and sets in motion a plan to change the world forever. Can using social media and influencers for good really change the world and at what cost?
The narrator was good and I liked his style of narration.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.