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  • Slow burn

    Honestly wasn't feeling this untill about 1/3 of the way through, where the story begins to pick up steam and the relationship between our two main characters really develops. I'm keen to see where the story goes from here

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  • Axiom....why?

    I am an adult reader who reads widely but always loved sci fi and fantasy stories ( The Hobbit as an example). One of my daughters is also an author in the same genre. I found this book ponderous and really targeting young adults (early teens). It is not a bad book. But it is a story that struggles to grip the imagination and bring anything new to thinking about what ‘first contact’ with alien life might bring to humanity. Not a book I would recommend to readers older than 16.

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  • Ooof

    Just a good helping of SciFi and 2007 politics 10/10

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  • Promising start to a series

    Two-thousands nostalgia trip with alien encounters? Yes please. With understated sci-fi elements and firmly established lore, Axiom’s End is a promising start to a series. In it, Ellis balances stakes of a fractured family and a potential threat to humanity, and in doing so shapes a very approachable narrative. As for the audiobook format, the two performers offer a clean and clear reading. They establish structure, imbue characterization, and ultimately allow the text to speak for itself. I find I much prefer this approach to the audio play approach when it comes to audiobooks. Definitely worth the Kobo credit.

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