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Eternal Voyager 1 - 6: Boxed Set  By  cover art

Eternal Voyager 1 - 6: Boxed Set

By: Conor Kostick
Narrated by: Colin Jones,Recorded Tales
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These are the tales of Eternal Voyager. Tales from a distant future in which all life is virtual. Everyone in the Metaverse takes for granted the ability to teleport; to change shape; to create entire planets for their playgrounds and to make backup copies of themselves, so they cannot permanently die. And what do these people who live beyond the conventional universe do with their powers? Mostly they party.

©2015 Conor Kostick (P)2017 Conor Kostick

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bad narator

i can not give this book set a propper review. the narator is very talented to be doing this and i applaud him. but i can not stand the enunciation of the "t's" , "p's" & "s's".

its torture on my ears and mentality comprehension.

i hope someone else can find this a great box set.

apologies for any ruffled feathers.

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Very Compelling and Thoughtful Stories

This is a compilation of multiple short books, all set in the same universe with the same characters. I love how Kostick hints at so many things without ever going into detail on what's going on behind the scenes. He leaves so much up to the imagination, while painting a beautiful and also kind of terrifying vision of what life would be like if we were all virtual all the time.

I was initially scared away by the reviews of the guy who does the narration. He does have a thick British (I think?) accent and it takes a little bit to get used to, but once you get going I found it added to the story and gave the whole thing a particularly cool feel.

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Great Story, not my favorite narration

This title was provided to me by the author for free to give a review.

The stories are good and I really enjoyed the places these books took me to.

The narration really hurt this title for me. I love hearing him speak but I can not distinguish between characters or male or female from his reading. There is a lot of dialog between characters and the conversations seem to run together. I usually multi task while listening but had to put all my focus into this title to be able to follow the narrator.

I believe I would enjoy these titles much more with a different narrator or just reading them myself.

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A light listen

I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for my feedback. This review however is from me.

This is a collection of six novellas, Far into the future humans have uploaded themselves into a virtual world and are currently living a life of leisure.

The thing is the book starts off suddenly in that world as if it was already established which was a bit disorienting if you didn't read the blurb first (which I didn't but still...) Some tales are better then others however they are all entertaining and light.

The first tale is about people giving each other (kudos) and how that slowly morphed into a currency system that almost destroyed their utopia.

The second tale, they get an alien visitor and things got surreal for awhile.

The third tale, Vampires, pyramid schemes and plans of world domination!

The Fourth tale, An Adam, an Eve and a Judas.

The Fifth tale is a bit of a litrpg with dragons, elves and well... the works!

The Sixth one ends on a high note with none wish granting Genie and a big reveal at the end.

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Enthralling Stories & An Amusing Character

The narrator has an unusual accent, Welsh I think, but once you get used to it, these are enthralling stories. Eternal Voyager is the hero of them all and he is a very likeable, amusing character who is put to the test in a variety of ways: as a rogue in an RPG; as a detective in his own murder case and as a political activist, for instance.