On Mars, the dust is yellow, and microscopically fine. With the result that it penetrates to the sensitive lung tissues of a human being, causing distress. Crossing the street toward the dive set into the towering wall of the cliff overhead, Jim Ronson sneezed violently. He wished fervidly that he might get another glimpse of what Robert Heinlein, two centuries before, had nostalgically called The Cool Green Hills of Earth, and again smell air that had no dust in it. Deep inside of him, a small voice whispered that he would be very lucky if he ever saw the green hills of Earth again.
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Decent short story but predictable. Reader awful.
It was fairly enjoyable but lacked interesting twists. The plot was a bit predictable and the characters could have been better developed. Still it was like reading something from the 50's which can be fun. The worst part was the narrator. She was absolutely awful and took the whole audio book down.
Yes, but not read by the same woman.
Drole & unimaginative. She lacks any real enthusiasm and reads like a 3rd grader.
Not likely. Plot needs to be re-developed.
I would pay $5 or less for this audio. This book was given to me free courtesy of the author.
- John F. Williams
Feels like classic philisophical sci-fi
It felt like classic Isamov or Vonnegut. Imaginary tales of a future where man has mastered spacew ithout being so fanciful as to be ridiculous. The tale is quick and delivers a lot to consider without getting in the way of itself.
Naturally, all narrators offer you the ability to enjoy a tale without doing the reading yoursrlf, but Daniela's style complimented this story.
She does seem to struggle a bit with male voices, but she has the pleasant voice of a school teacher reading a class one of Aesop's fables. Given the subject matter of the story, it works very well.
No real reaction, but I did get the brain juices flowing. The story doesn't dwell on the moral implications of what the protagonist discovers on Mars, but the seed was sown.
It should be noted that I was provided this audiobook for free in exchange for a fair review. The gift had no bearing on my review above. I enjoyed the story and the narration.
- Marcus "Willy Wonka of it"