Finished reading this on Wednesday and decided to wait until I listen to the podcast before I comment. So I listened to the podcast last night.
This book really shows what the Aliens series can be if handled by the right person. It was epic! One of the best Alien books, if not the best Alien book ever written. Thanks for that Alex, and thanks for the really great podcast.
To me, Lucy was the Lambert of the novel. I wonder how intentional that was.
The proposed audio book really gives me cause for concern. If I don't get this as a full on Audible audio play, I will be disappointed. I don't recall ever hearing two audio books being made of the same book, so I hope this does not spell out the death of the proper Audible play. This book truly deserves it.
Oh, and I forgive the awkward flat headed Alien on the cover. Is there any way I can get my hands on a copy of the instantly classic version with the erroneous 5 tubes on the Alien's back?
But I do hope that Titan moves away from the artist doing their covers. It strikes me that it may be the same artist, because there is a feel of the same cheap photoshop technique.