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What made the experience of listening to Avogadro Corp the most enjoyable?
The complexity of the story, and the obvious knowledge of the topic the author has, and carried forward to the story and the characters . Very enjoyable.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Avogadro Corp?
The very end. What the hell!!??!!
What does Rob Granniss bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He did a fine job activating the characters. They resonated well with me, and I am confident it will with you as well.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The end, which moves pretty quick, but is a turn around that caught me off guard.
Any additional comments?
Not a huge stretch from our current reality. Recommended highly for tech thriller followers, and anyone else who enjoys near future forecast stories.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
I should have know better. I made the mistake of only having one book on my player. I went on trip to Kansas and was in my work truck for 8 hours. This was the only book, I had and I listened from start to finish. When you are driving and you have a good book to listen to, time just flies by. When you are driving and you have a boring book to listen to time drags. Like I said I spent a week in Kansas in One day.
The premiss for this book is good. I love a story that includes artificial intelligence. This is an almost the end of the world through e-mails. The problem is, Hertling can't write. This had to be a debut book, surely he has not sold other books. He has some good ideas, but he needs to team up with Daniel Suarez or Robert J. Sawyer. He needs a mentor, someone to teach him the art of writing or telling a story.
I also kind of wonder if he was funded by a coffee company. There is more in here about coffee then about artificial intelligence. I love coffee and the book still sucked.
The narrator did not help, I don't know if it was his talent or the bad writing.
If you like high tech, then buy Daniel Suarez.
16 of 18 people found this review helpful
I found the story interesting and exciting.
Unfortunately for me I found the voice a little monotone for my liking, but that's my personal taste I guess. No offence meant. Great story!
Really good near future sci-fi, thrilling up until the last minute. Definitely recommended for sci-fi fans.