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Lost at L3

By: Douglas Phillips,Bryant Phillips
Narrated by: Amanda Ronconi
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Lost at the far side of the sun, two pilots, five space tourists, and one fluffy dog explore a miniature planet steeped in mystery. The planet is small enough to circumnavigate in a few hours. Treetop clouds form in unusual shapes. And what's that rumble each morning? Even their remarkably perceptive pup hasn't figured that one out. Will they be marooned forever? It will take scientific ingenuity and a good sense of humor, but these marginally clever castaways stand a chance. And even if they don't make it home, being lost was never more fun.

©2022 Bryant Phillips and Douglas Phillips (P)2022 Tantor

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I got about halfway through this and gave up

I got about halfway through this ridiculous story before I gave up. yes there are some funny parts but most of it it's just kind of slapstick and the storyline just kind of goes off on a murder mystery. I was kind of hoping for a bit more sci-fi not who done it.

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Love the Narrator, not so crazy about the story

Lost at L3 can't decided what type of book it wants to be. It starts out as a bit of a space opera with the characters stranded on a small planet, but then it goes off on a metaphysical bend, where some of the characters don't believe they are real and start describing how they would write the things that were happening into a book called "Lost at L3". Then it swings back to a David and Goliath story as an incredibly unrealistic billionaire is brought in as the "bad guy".

I'm trying to avoid any spoilers, so let me summarize by saying that if I didn't love Amanda Ronconi's reading as much as I do, I would never have finished the story. The book feels very disjointed as if the two writers each took parts of the story and they just didn't fit together. So much so that I found myself completely uninterested in finishing the book several times.