A diary of a prominent scientist has been found, and it harnesses dark revelations to our future.
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Made my commute so much better
Of course I loved the story, but length was also a factor to my enjoyment because I was able to listen to it in one go during my commute, and I even found myself walking a little slower after getting off the bus just so I could listen to those last few minutes before work. Only after the book finished did I realize I had been wide-eyed during God knows how long - people on the street must have found me funny.
I'm divided between loving this wonderful, fast-paced progression... and screaming "MORE! I NEED MORE!"
I hadn't listened to T. W. Ashworth's performance before, but he did pack a punch. The main character's descent into madness was aptly performed, the way his voice started to crack by the end. Other characters were also nicely interpreted, and I was happy that Margo had an identifiable voice that did not sound forcedly feminine.
This was fast-paced and the journal format worked well even in audio format, I really could not put it down! I recommend this to anyone with a little time on their hands - specially if they're into first person narratives, conspiracy theories, sci-fi (I had never heard about a spaceship like that!), and Area 51 in general. Wonderful ride, this was, and I'll certainly check other titles by the same author.
Great Conspiracy Story
- malynda copeland