I would have to pick when Bridge wakes up in the apartment with the assassin and gets the guy to spill the plan in typical bad guy fashion and Bridge manages to do something spectacular. I really do not want to spoil anymore of the scene because it is a pivotal one in the story. Joe is one of my top two favorite narrators.
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The story comes alive for me with his voice. Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? No I try to listen to the books in a few days time to keep the story stretched out so it does not ended because it do not want to have to wait for the next one to come out.
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I really enjoy a story with a good and believable dystopian future. This book does that well. What did you like best about this story? The good guy sort of wins in the end. Which scene was your favorite? My favorite scene involved special squad's intervention of a gang war and the interludes pertaining to that event. Most definitely yes! I'm sad it's over. I really enjoyed the Bridge Chronicles and am terribly sad this is the final book.
The story revolves around Artemis Bridge in a dystopian near future that is really not that far fetched given our current political atmosphere. Artemis Bridge is the guy who knows a guy, the amoral bridge. He has a way of manipulating everything around him to come out on top. At first you think he is all about himself and the story keeps trying to justify that. But in the end you believe he really is a different breed of hero who ends up helping others but most definitely always helps himself as well.
In a nut shell the first book's general theme is political corruption. The second books general theme is the evolution of the Technomancers. The third and final book's theme is gang wars mixed with corporate and political influence. The author does a great job painting a dark and a bit terrifying picture of corporate influence and control gone bad. The political and corporate world Gary Ballard creates is really not that far off if we're not careful. The character development is excellent. The author does a great job adding interludes for individual characters.
Having these side stories of the perspective of individual characters for a common event really made the story awesome. It was cool to see different angles of what's going on. Joe Hempel did a great job in my opinion narrating this story.
He kept things energetic and did a good job with different voice tones and accents for the various characters in the story. I especially liked the hitman and corporate bodyguard Poly. Good job Joe! If you like technology, dystopian futures, or sci-fi and enjoy a smart story line then the Bridge Chronicles won't disappoint. This Audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.
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I had a hard time with this book. I read the previous book in the series and enjoyed it, but I had the hardest time following this one. My interest kept waning and I was unsure of what was happening. I listened to the Audible audio version of this book narrated by Joe Hempel.
He does a good job giving each character a unique voice, but I think I was just kind of over some of them. I honestly think that if I didn't read the previous book, I probably wouldn't be reading more of this series.
However, since I enjoyed the first one, I will continue with the series in hopes that this one was a fluke. I go into every book with an open mind and the summary got me interested. That being said I was pretty disappointed with this book and it was difficult to get through without falling asleep. I finally gave up after about 5 and a half hours. The author provides a "previously" to open up the book, but there is too much that happened in the previous two versions to get a good understanding of everything that must have taken place.
Since I started with this book, I was lost from the get go. Its a pretty boring storyline that lacks excitement except for the occasional gang shootout where not a lot happens because of "magic" and lacks relationship development between the listener and the characters. I'm a white guy with a decent Spanish vocabulary and was pretty annoyed with the accents. Along with the use of "el Diablos" rather than the correct pronunciation of "los Diablos", I lost interest really quickly.
If you've enjoyed the first two books then you may enjoy this more than I did, unfortunately I can't recommend this book based on the quality of writing and narrating. Listen free for 30 days.
By: Gary Ballard. Narrated by: Joe Hempel. Series: The Bridge Chronicles , Book 3. Length: 7 hrs and 2 mins. What members say Average customer ratings Overall. Amazon reviews. Sort by:. Most Helpful Most Recent.
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