Arthur Winter, his wife, and daughter move to Rapture with the promise of a better life, and more importantly a new start. He intends to work hard and one day be wealthy just like Ryan promises everyone who moves to Rapture.
He opens a small business. For a few years things are good, almost idyllic.
The good life is shattered when one day his daughter mysteriously vanishes without a trace.
The police of Rapture don't seem to want to help.
So Arthur sets out to find her himself.
He is lead down into a seedy underworld that exists below the upmarket facade of Rapture.
But can he find her in time?
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- Frederik A
Where does Rapture: The Big Daddy rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Definently in the top 3.
What did you like best about this story?
The amazingly written story from the perspective of an ordinary citizen in Rapture. A great tale about Arthur Winter brilliantly weaved into the Bioshock lore.
Which character – as performed by Steve White – was your favorite?
The protaganist Arthur Winter without a doubt.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes, but for the sake of spoilers I won't mention it.
Any additional comments?
Get it! (Also Dustin, please get the other Rapture books available for audio! Ordered the paperback versions but I'd love to be able to listen to them as well!)
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- Amazon Customer
Good story if you enjoy the series
Good book and good story. A little slow at first and towards the end it all snowballs together quickly. Overall good story and entertaining if you like the series.