In an overpopulated world seeking living room in the jungles, the International Ecological Organization was systematically exterminating the voracious insects that made these areas uninhabitable. Using deadly foamal bombs and newly developed vibration weapons, men like Joao Martinho and his coworkers fought to clear the green hell of the Mato Grosso. But somehow those areas that had been completely cleared were becoming reinfested, despite the impenetrable vibration barriers. And tales were coming out of the jungles - tales of insects mutated to incredible sizes, of creatures who seemed to be men but whose eyes gleamed with the chitinous sheen of insects....
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Another Herbert / Brick Gem!
In the top ten. I like Frank Herbert already and had read The Green Brain but Scott Brick really nails it when he reads Herbert novels and this was no exception.
If I told you I would spoil the book...so go listen. ;)
He has a solid sounding voice, he is clear spoken and doesn't stumble over weird science fiction names and places. The recordings of Scott Brick are (so far) always really high quality with no distortion or hiss, no loud spots and then soft spots. The clarity he brings makes it easier to get lost in the story.
It's about sentient insects dude!!! Read it...it's killer!
- Lawrence, P.A. "I'm a speaker at Odd Salon in San Francisco as well as an actor, singer and all around performing monkey. I am crazy about Frank Herbert!"
nice idea loses it's way