During the recording or maybe just on this recording most of the last line of a chapter was repeated on the first line of the next chapter. This got old after a while.
The story is great though, just an annoyance!
So I absolutely love Tom Clancy's novels. However, the narrator can completely ruin the book. This is exactly what happened here. Why would you have a narrator who reads action books as if it was poetry? Stephen Hoye narrates as if he is reading gay erotica. This is more of an action adventure / suspense book, not Lance snuggled up to his lover Rupert. The only reason I finished the book is because I want to make it through the entire series.
Like most or all of the Tom Clancy books, this one is very good. Unfortunately the quality of the audio book was very poor. Sometimes a chapter would repeat for the first couple sentences of the entire chapter would repeat and it was very annoying.
I've been working through all of Tom Clancy's novels, and I found this one kind of weak. The idea of The Campus is interesting, and the introduction to Jack Ryan Jr and the Caruso brothers was good, but the story was not very exciting. The antagonists were stereotypical Islamists, nothing more. And last, the narration was confusing, because there's no difference between alot of the characters' voices. There were several instances where I couldn't follow who said what in a conversation, especially when it was between the twin brothers. This novel has convinced me to take a break from Clancy, and I hope the next one raises the bar. I can only reccomend this one to die hard Clancy fans.
I did not care for the Narration by Stephen Hoye. I wanted to listen to the book but it was difficult.