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Crater - Audio Book Review

And the review is in!  Check out the new review by Audio File Magazine for Crater, a great young-adult science fiction book by Homer Hickam.  Produced by Oasis Audio.

Homer Hickam
Read by Adam Verner

Adam Verner delivers an adventure story set in the 22nd century, when humankind moves into the final frontier. Fossil fuels are depleted, so corporations are surface mining the moon, specifically for Helium-3. Sixteen-year-old miner and tinkerer Crater Trueblood is an orphan who works in the Moontown mining camp. Verner nimbly uses his voice to make Crater and those involved in his escapades instantly recognizable. In particular, Crater has a complex relationship with his sidekick, a gillie—a synthetic, semi-sentient life-form and smartphone rolled into one. Through his varied tone Verner consistently maintains the aura of uneasiness that is part of living in an environment in which one must constantly think about life-support systems. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2012]

Young Adult Young Adult • 8 hrs. • Unabridged • ©2012

Reader Comments (1)

Actually looks pretty interesting. I wonder how long it will be until we start surface mining the moon! lol

July 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJamie Leger

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