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This narrator had some fun sound effect trucks that I hadn't in any previous books, but that didn't make up for lack of tone changes for characters, the the overly enthusiastic inflection while reading what should have been serious scenes, and making each character seem like they only had two emotions. This book would have been better if I read it myself, but the content of the story is still lukewarm. Nothing like The Martian or Synchronicity War.
I struggled with this one. The book excessively flowed a huge amount of technical facts which could have been better if the narrator was more involved in the story. Very dry, and read with intonation of a ten year old boy. Yes, even the gruff adults. Most memorable moments? The author was telling us about the feelings of a young boy crippled, walked with a limp and the onlookers oggled him as they passed by. But the narrator said the onlookers googled him as they passed by. Yep, Big boo-boo.