Hull Zero Three by Greg Bear Paperback Book

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Rent Hull Zero Three

Author: Greg Bear

Narrator: Miller, Dan John

Format: Unabridged-MP3, Paperback, Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Brilliance Corporation

Published: Nov 2010

Genre: Fiction - Science Fiction - General

Retail Price: $24.99

Discs: 1

Synopsis

A small band of humans on a long journey wake up to find themselves lightyears from known space - on a ship that has gone mad. The ship is an unmanned terraformer - designed to bring life to dead planets, but not to transport the living. Now, five humans find themselves struggling to understand how they came to be here and just where it is they are going. Survival is their goal – they must find a way to live in these cold, dark halls. But they are not alone and their struggle to stay alive will uncover long hidden secrets best left to the empty void of space.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Dutch on 2012-01-03 09:56:52

This might have been an interesting scifi story, but it was so poorly read by Dan John Miller that I constantly realized I hadnt been listening for some time and would have to go back to hear what Id missed. After a while, I no longer bothered to go back. Mr. Miller is easily the worst reader Ive listened to. He seemed to have no understanding of the story and I believe he could make almost any story seem dull.