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What disappointed you about Dynamo?
It's flat, not quite as bad as book one but gave up half way through it.
What was most disappointing about Scott Bartlett’s story?
I love this type of book, but Scott Bartlett is in it strictly for the money. The story and the scenes would just get going when they would stop short of reaching their potential.
Which scene was your favorite?
The book was only 5.5 hours long and I only listened to half of it. It probably came after I quit.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
The story could have been awesome by a good author. Book one and two should have been one.
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Amazing performance by Mark carries the lack luster story... While it is an improvement over book one, still has a long ways to go...
Author Scott Bartlett's Mechs must be the biggest, baddest in the galaxy. And they just keep getting more terrifying.
The story continues to take place in two different locations and following separate groups in the Stele System: for this reason, it is advisable to have read part one,, Powered, first or it could prove very confusing. .Plenty of fierce fighting, soul searching and whisperings in the heads of the mech users: it almost feels like something is evolving. And always there to make a profit, the ever more sinister-seeming Dark Stream Corporation, dominating everything in the system.
Mark Boyett continues his narration of the series, his pleasant voice well suited to the subject matter. His narration is both nicely timed ànd well modulated, the characters individually voiced and, overall, his input enhances the enjoyment of the book.
Not, perhaps, as thought provoking as it's predecessor, Dynamo is still worth reading if your passion is for metal monsters powered by Lucid dreaming, beating and attacking each other Quite good characterisation and a twisty, unexpected plot. I guess I am as I enjoyed it.
My thanks to the rights holder for sending me a complementary copy, at my request, via Audiobook Boom