- If you could sum up The Feedback Loop, Book 1 in three words, what would they be?
- I’ll pre-empt this review with the fact that I received a free copy of the audiobook from Mr. Cooper, now onto the review.
I’ll start by saying that this book really was written to be read to you. Don’t get me wrong, it’s really well written, but since the story takes place inside a game based on a 50’s environment, the words and slang are all of that era. It could get really tiring, really fast.
Enter Mr. Hayes and his voices. You are basically listening to a movie, letting your mind paint the images.
There were two times where I felt the book dragged on a bit, but an action scene was just around the corner. The repetition a-la-groundhog day was the culprit to these slowed down parts, but am assuming as things have moved along, book 2 would be more action oriented, or at least not repetitive.
Highly recommend picking up the audible version over the read yourself version, unless you have multiple voices in your head that can act all the parts, then all the more power to you.
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