Annihilation - page-turner or soporific?
Entre no LibraryThing para poder publicar.
Incidentally, I read Vandermeer's Ambergris trilogy (collection?) last year and found it equally fascinating. His writing style just works for me, I guess... YMMV.
I wouldn't classify it as YA in a million years, but it's my teenage daughter's favorite novel.
Just last week, I read with pleasure a book that is its obvious precursor: Roadside Picnic.
You need to enjoy unreliable narration for this book and its sequels to play well.
Which may make it a bit challenging on audio (you are still only doing audio, right?) - at least I need a bit more grounding for audio books to work for me.
(I'm ambivalent about the film, which has a lot to recommend it, but abandons some of the features that make the book distinctive.)
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