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I waited a long time for this one to come out on audio and it was definitely worth the wait. Wow, Maberry did it again. This is another masterpiece all the way through. In every single book he makes it seem so real, no matter how unbelievable it may seem. From technology, to space travel and anything in between. For fans they will definitely know what I am talking about. Maberry studies until he is an expert on the subject and then puts pen to paper. I was hooked from the first line of this book. Just when you think you know where the story is going there is a curveball and it makes the story even better. Outer space is so mysterious, dangerous and unknown but what is awesome is what Maberry does with this. There is even some young love that he does a great job of not allowing it to consume the whole story, but there is enough of it to make you wonder if it will work out or not. There are even parts you will be laughing out loud at. This story brings consumerism to a whole other level too. The characters are so real and flawed that I liked every single one of them and they make the story run like clockwork. I really liked the multi cultural cast Maberry has employed throughout the entire story. Plus if you love tattoos, like I do then you will get to hear about one of the coolest tattoos I have ever heard of. This cast of characters shows how wonderful the entire world is. The performance is just so marvellous. As with the multi cultural cast of characters comes a multi cultural set of voices and accents and Andrews does a totally amazing job. He adds so much to this story and makes the listener feel the emotions the characters are displaying. Andrews has that swagger to his performance that will make you seek out other titles he narrates. This is not my first book performed by him and definitely not my last. As for Maberry, he continues to produce works of art that readers/ listeners all over the world enjoy. An Awesome listening experience!!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This is a sweet, sappy, adventure story spiced lightly with science. There's a little bit of violence in it but not much. I'd almost have to put in the YA category. It was good, if a bit too sappy at times. The science and the rigors of travel were over simplified a bit and overall plot a bit predictable, but it's a good story and well told.
Just don't expect this to be "Rot and Ruin" because it's definitely not that.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful