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Editing bad, story great, better character voices.
Story was easier to follow this time and didn't get confused nearly as much as with book 1.
It's because of the bad editing. Maybe if there was a 2 second pause between the story line changes, the listen would have been a lot better. Instead, the story line changes in what most time felt like mid sentence.
It brought the over all experience down about 40% to be honest.
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It has taking me a while to finish the second book of The Night's Dawn Trilogy. "The Neutronium Alchemist" is a tab bit shorter than "The Reality Dysfunction", only by less than 50 minutes, but if you are listening over 40 hours in audio, who is counting. I hope that I'm not losing my interest in this series.
The second book is just as good as the first. Whenever I am reading anything from this author, I need to switch off my other thoughts and be more aware in what is going on in the plot. It's a long one needless to say, but like all of his books, the story goes by quick and it feels like you are reading 10 stories into one.
I'm really enjoying on how Peter F. Hamilton is defining religions in a scientific matter.
Reading this series has become a full time job. I can't wait to spend another 40 hours plus overtime in the last and final book of this series.
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