Review: Singularity

Singularity by Bill DeSmedt
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I listened to the podcast version of this book, which was very well done by the author. He did a really great job of making all the characters have their own “voice,” both by using accents and via very subtle modulations in his tone.

I found the book a little slow to start, but once I was hooked I kept coming back to it, wanting to know where the story was going. It’s easier for me to ditch an audiobook than a physical book, so while I’m a little more forgiving with audio, I’m also quick to give up if the author really loses me. The plot has lots of twists and turns but there’s a nice balance of viewpoints that doesn’t leave the reader lost, and the science is well-handled even when it gets into the very theoretical. By the time I was halfway through, I really wanted to know what was going on, and that kept me listening. I didn’t love everything about the book, but it was a worthwhile read for me.

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