The original Buck Rogers novella from 1928, narrated by science fiction author Scott Reeves.
Mining engineer Anthony Rogers is trapped by a mine collapse and falls into a state of suspended animation due to the presence of radioactive gases. He awakens nearly five hundred years later, to a United States that has been conquered by the Chinese. Using his 20th-century military knowledge, he helps the down-trodden Americans take back their country.
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Reader ruins a good book
Simple answer is a decent narrator. I'm sorry but the reading is pathetic.
Sixth Column by Robert Heinlein.
Almost any one. Scott Brick, George Guidall...someone.
It's hard to say as this is an old Novella and (as noted) the reader destroys almost any enjoyment value to be had.
Good book (I read it years ago) EXTREMELY POOR READER.
Buck Rogers, your origin lies herein!