The essence of a truly null-Earth logic may never be as clearly defined as in this novel-length package of interplanetary surprises. Ride The Wormway To No-Wonderland. Consider this marooned astronaut. His spaceship and supplies are swallowed in one gulp by something from beneath the featureless plain of an unknown world. The natives are not hostile but incurious. He fathers a child without ever touching the mother. It's when he does physically create his true offspring that he gets his most startling surprise.
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Ignore the publisher's summary this is really good
Fascinating and captivating.
I have never read the print version. I'm certain I would have enjoyed it but it wouldn't have been brought to life as this was.
A plot point toward the end which I cannot reveal.
No extreme reactions, no, just a desire to continue.
I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook.
As a fellow narrator I'm likely to hear things some audio listeners may not. So, there were a few clicks I picked up which initially made me hesitant. This is only because my ears have become trained for them, however, and I quickly forgot about them as I became more and more absorbed in the story.
Jeff Hay's voices were terrific! They absolutely lent more immersion to the experience and helped create the tapestry of this (seemingly) bland world our protagonist finds himself marooned on.
By the end, I was wanting there to be a sequel but I have learnt that, since the author died some time ago, it isn't likely. The book doesn't NEED a sequel, but I just wanted more of it.
- Ian M. Walker of Walker's Words "Ian M. Walker"