This audio book was really cool because it fills in most of the gap of Brody's life between season 2 and season 3. The way Damian Lewis reads the script and the descriptive qualities of the writing make you feel as if you are really there. You can almost pretend like you're watching an episode or if you were there with Brody, sharing in his anguish. I'd recommend this to anybody who likes Homeland and is curious to know more about Brody's route and journey to...(I don't want to spoil anything). This adds a whole other element to Brody's experience and his character. It might change some people's view of Brody and really understand what he is and has gone through. A really heartfelt and thrilling story overall and if you love Brody like I do, you might love him a little more! Damian Lewis is brilliant and his narration is so compelling, it doesn't even matter that you're not looking at him or a TV while listening to it.