Paradise by Craig Alanson Book Review

Joe and Skippy find themselves on a mission to try to save the world again. Joe’s previous actions are questioned. Finding him unfit to lead a crew, they attempt to bar him from going on the mission. At least until Skippy forces their hand. He disables a ship and refuses to fix it until it’s agreed that Joe goes on the mission too.

My fiance and I really enjoyed this one. We’ve enjoyed the series very much. The wit and banter completely made the story. I mean the adventure was great too, but yeah. I liked the perspective of the humans that are left on the planet. It’s nice to know they were okay. They even found a way to start growing crops and making trades. They are slowly doing what it takes to make their new territory home.

I seriously adore Joe and Skippy. They have this dynamic. We get to the point where Joe has these moments where he has this great idea and it irritates Skippy to no end that we predict now. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that Skippy isn’t an actual human. The best way I can describe Skippy is an AI Sheldon. I can’t unsee that now.

Like the first two books, this book was narrated by R.C. Bray. I don’t have any complaints about his narration. I’d love to listen to other books he narrates. I’m kind of worried that his voice won’t be the same. I think he’ll do an amazing job. I just feel like he becomes Joe when he narrates. It’s amazing. I’m going to be listening to the rest of the series because of how amazing he does!

I have really enjoyed this series so far. I don’t even know how to explain it. My fiance loves the series as much as I do. If not more. We are looking forward to getting our hands on the rest of the series. We are looking to get our fix of more Skippy and Joe banter. If I’m being honest, I’m also scared to see the series end as well! I fully recommend this series. My fiance does too.

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