I gave this book a try after reading the reviews! Glad I did! Story was one suprise after another. Kept it real to. Nate is a true hero and loved his partner Harvey. Dont stop with this series!
The biggest surprise about this book is that some people bought it and didn't like it. It is exactly what it was supposed to be, a fun adventure thriller. Lots of action and a flawed hero. I took it with me on a trip and got totally wrapped up. I wonder if some of those reviewers thought this was the other Andrew Peterson...
Wonderful audio book, wonderful book; good narrator (except for women's voices) but I can overlook this narrator's treatment of women as sounding prissy; he should get married; he does the same with Lee Child's books.
A good book, lively and technically correct. It wasn't hard to maintain interest and the plot wasn't too predictable. The narrator however was just awful, I never could get used to his "style"? I can't say I would avoid another book read by him, but it will definately influence my decision given a choice...
If Lee Child didn't write this book he should have. And it would have been one of his best yet. The book was great and very difficuct to put down[or turn off]. p.s.I still think he wrote it.
Hope this dude is not done because Nathan McBride is a great character and I look forward to hearing more. He reminds of the Lee Childs Jack Reacher Novels
The bad guys are sooo bad, and the good are over the top good, but the story and plot are okay. It might have been a better book without the hero being so pro-Marine Corps - if you're a gungy Marine - you'll enjoy it.
I gave up on it. I kept drifting off and missing details. Twice I went back thinking I had jumped chapters but No I just had blanked them out. Definately not for me
Glad I didnt pay alot for it.