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Being very familiar with this book as I have it in my paperback library I have to say that I would have enjoyed the audio version much more if the annoying sound effects in the recording were eliminated. At times they actually drown out the narration of James Doohan and Lenoard Nimoy.
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This reading does bring you right into the action, expressing the emotions very well. But it's too short! I whole heartedly recommend reading the book for a more detailed and encompassing version of the story. Fans will be able to hear the voices of their favorite characters in their minds as they read. The more complete version of this story is even more satisfying than this well rendered audio version. Either way, it's easy to become emotionally involved and invested in Spock's reunion with his son. However, if you have only a limited time and need to be hands-free, this audiobook is a very good way to spend a little time in the Star Trek universe.
It wasn't strictly necessary after Tomorrow's Son. But nice to see what had happened to Zar. After listening to many regular audiobooks, I found all the sound effects a bit distracting at first. But eventually I came to like them. It's super short and more of a radio play, than a traditional audiobook. If you have that mentality going in, you should enjoy it.
considering they manage to save theentire universe this time, this is a lacklustre affair that will make little sense to anyone who has not read or heard yesterdays son.