The good, the bad, and the surly. Q. What do you get when you cross an aardvark, a skunk, and a couple of star-crossed lovers with technology and a series of cataclysmic events? A. Atomic Aardvark - an exciting, comedy-action-suspense-with-a-little-bit-of-romance sci-fi novel. Guaranteed to be the best one I've ever written.
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A super smart aardvark will rather play an MMO
I don't want to be too harsh, but I must have a masochistic side that I wasn't aware of or I'm overly optimistic because the narration was painful to listen to through the entire book. I kept thinking after hours of reading the narrator would relax and he'd settle into a more natural, less stilted, stiff and self-conscious delivery. Sad to say it wasn't so. The mispronunciations were rather distracting, too. That said, I made it through the whole book during which I developed a certain grudging admiration for the narrators stab at what must have been a daunting task.
I imagine I would have liked the book a little better in printed form. In my own head my narration is brilliant. Out loud, no so much, which is why I don't want to be too critical of Mr. Bratton's performance.
Only after he's practiced on a few (several) other books.
I have no idea.
- Laurence A. Pace