Heather-Lin asked:

I just listened to a sample of the audio version, and the narrator sounds like she has a lisp. Or a really bad cold maybe. Is it like this throughout the entire book? And if so, does it enhance the story somehow?

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Chris S. It is throughout the book (though maybe not as thick), and it's not really used other than to narrate. I found it clearer than other audiobooks I read, especially when driving.

There is a fully arranged song used at one point (not at others when the same song is sung, though) that enhances the story a little IMO, but it's not at all necessary to enjoy it.

Newitz themself also reads the end matter, including a helpful note on what's real and fictional.
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