Luckily, me (Chip Collins), Pete, Nikola Tesla, Bobo, and FBI Agent Gina Phillips are here to kick its ass, and send it back to last Tuesday. Maybe. Or maybe we'll fail, and everyone in the multiverse is doomed. (Seriously, you might want to get that underground bunker ready.) Either way, I've got to get home to Julie and find out – woah, I'm not about to tell you that right here in the book description! TMI, dude.
WARNING: If you haven't heard Where the Hell is Tesla?, I apologize in advance, as you might get completely freaking lost. If you do, just call my apartment, I'm usually around, and I'll fill you in. (If I'm not stuck in the ITA.) – Chip
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By Fascinatingbooks on 21-09-17
Fun roller coaster ride through the multiverse!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely! This whole book is hilariously fun and that would be enough. But there's more. Within the wildly imaginative humor there's a touching love story and some very respectable science fiction that takes on even the metaphysical aspects of perception and creation.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Don't Touch the Blue Stuff!?
When Chip proposed to Julie. Through a door.
Which scene was your favorite?
When Chip decides to save dimension 92103445523194 and he has to disarm a missile.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The whole book was funny, the relationships were real, the science fiction aspect was intriguing and the scope was cosmic. There isn't another writer like Rob Dircks in the entire multiverse.
Any additional comments?
Only Rob Dircks could (and does) narrate this book. He's like that crazy fun friend you want to be around because you never know what's going to happen next. I hope this series is going to continue, it's a blast, from the past, the present and the future. After listening I felt happy, contented and light hearted. It's that kind of book.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
By Julie W. Capell on 30-10-17
Another home run for Dircks
Another home run for Rob Dircks, an author with no shortage of ideas and whose new work I now await with great anticipation. This sequel to "Where the Hell is Tesla?" did not disappoint. This book was full of the same irreverent humor and scifi references I have come to expect from Dircks and that remind me so strongly of John Scalzi's writing. But what makes this book stand above most scifi is the way it incorporates a very touching tale of the meaning of fatherhood, friendship and love.
Also kudos to Dircks for reading his own work, he does an absolutely fantastic job with all the accents of the various characters and even does the female characters extremely well.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful