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What made the experience of listening to Macrolife the most enjoyable?
Several days after finishing it, it started to gel.
What other book might you compare Macrolife to and why?
1961 Dandridge Cole Space World Magazine articles entitled "Macro-life". They made the points that this puts a story around, kinda like the tomes you have to read to make flesh of e-mc2
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
Seems there were two readers, but they were very close to each other... both seemed to be crying. That's a lot of hours of pleading, whining. But in the end the story comes through and it all works.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Macro-life: Longer than Lord of the Rings, no flashy action but far more epic
Any additional comments?
At first you may think you're channeling Ayn Rand via the stiff characterizations from The Roads Must Roll era Heinlein, and then it takes off like Methuselahs Children or Time For The Stars. And then... and then...
If you get part way in and feel it's just too thick and lifeless, hang on just past your wits end. It's worth it. It just needs to ferment in your brain after the reading is done.