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Different and enjoyable.
Not particularly complex. I.e. this is more about the idea, and the people executing it than any grand historical perspective on a group of people tweaking history.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
What a double pairing with both the writers and the performers. Let's start with the writers. Brust and White play off each other like they'd been writing together for years. I haven't read any of Skyler's other works yet but I will. I've been listening to Steven's Vlad series for a couple of months now so just a few minutes into TI I was thinking "this is really different". I find myself looking at current events and wondering if a group similar to the Incrementalists had a meddle in it.
We've all listened to audio books where the reader is sadly only that. Ray Porter and Mary Robinette Kowal PERFORM this book. The delivery is wonderful and consistent.
There are so many layers to what's going on I know I'm going to listen to this book again.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful
What disappointed you about The Incrementalists?
The female reader really spoiled - the intonation in her voice was unconvincing and irritating in the extreme.
What was most disappointing about Steven Brust and Skyler White ’s story?
The female reader was the most exasperating. The story line was very poor.
How could the performance have been better?
A better reader
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Incrementalists?
pretty much all