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Summary

Brace yourself for something new! A mysterious moon-size alien is filled with civilization changing treasures. And we get to watch this discovery change civilization! This is a tale of the future, a future that is really possible. This is technofiction, science fiction where science matters as much as characters. Welcome to a Tales of Technofiction book.

©2011 Roger Bourke White Jr. (P)2014 Roger Bourke White Jr.

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A better voice

What did you like best about this story?

Unexpected twists

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Roger Bourke White Jr.?

A professional narrator. Either you can do it or you can't and Roger Bourke White Jr. can't, though a studio enviroment might have helped...

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There's a reason people use professional voices, and this is it!

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  • PawAngel
  • 07-01-15

Distracted by the narrator.

Not a bad story. sadly, the narration was very distracting. Too much smacking and weezing. This is a book with several smaller books in it. each has its own theme and characters. although I believe the author is way off on his technology it is still a good listen. my main criticism still remains the narration. Never the less I will be looking for more of Mr. White's works in the future. It has potential.

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