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By Alex delaforce on 11-07-17
Not 'FOLD' or '14' but still worth waiting for.
The imagination in the story was great. The light touch use of tech was good. Characters you cared about. The satire of the 'faceless men' was intriguing. As I said in the title, I enjoyed 14 and Fold more but still enjoyed Paradox. I have to admit that I was half expecting a seven limbed bug to appear at any moment😀. Looking forward to the next Clines ...
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By Craig on 06-18-18
Really trips over in the middle
I'm really disappointed in this book. I love Peter's books and had read the mixed reviews on this book. Some people loved it while quite a few seemed to hate it.
The first few hours I couldn't see why people were hating this book, it was quite interesting and I was flying through the book. Admittedly I was unimpressed by the way time travel is used in the book, it really is kind of a lame take on the idea. Then I found it, I hit the part of the book where that story just got...well stupid.
I've tried several time to continue this book, weeks have gone by and when I return I try to be open to the idea but it is just so out of place in the story to me it makes it too hard to get lost in the story. Peter's ideas are out there and I'm all for his interdimensional escapades and crazy stories, this one just isn't for me.
So sadly I will be returning this book. Better luck next time Peter.
By David on 04-19-18
The time travel I wanted. Not complicated. Smart.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Paradox Bound?
The cleverness inside the 1st iteration. You'll know what I mean. Very clever.
Any additional comments?
I read the reviews before I listened to this book and the people who said the story was confusing didn't listen properly. I found it to be very clever and got more engaging the further into the story I listened. I do recommend this book!
By Mitch on 04-10-18
A rip-roaring adventure through history!
Great narration from Ray Porter.
Very fun and engaging story. The fact that it doesn't get bogged down in how the history travel occurs allows the story to flow.
By Johnoamondo on 04-08-18
as always a story that keeps you flipping the page, and keep you looking for hidden connections to his other books. thanks again Peter, and ray.
By Adam Barich on 11-25-17
A fantastic tale with great narration!
Some of the most fun and truly entertaining reading I've had since discovering Audible... Also, Ray Porter? Tell me you can't hear him singing Cake's, "He's Going The Distane".