enjoyed this book..the protagonist was believable given his background and while the ending was a bit flat, it opened the way for a sequal...most characters were weaved well into an absorbing story...
This is hard to fathom that this is Andrew Peterson's first foray into the thriller genre. Dick Hill does a great job of bringing all characters to life. Make this a character revelation to look forward to!
1st book I have listen to by Peterson, and its great. The plot is rich ingood scenes but does not get bogged down. Characters are very good. This is one of thoses books you can not put down until your done. If fact I have listen to it again and still love the book and characters, in fact I have gone out of my way to tell others.
Dick Hill is excellent and put life into the characters.
I really hope that Peterson has more books of this quality coming to us in future
You are the sum of what you read!
I have never read the print version, however the narrator was not invisible like a good narrator should be. The voices of the characters were very similar and I had a difficult time telling them apart. The female voices were poorly done. This may have been a better book to read than to listen to, however only because of the narrator.
I would prefer this book to be read by another author.
No, however I did identify with one of the characters.
I've not read the printed version so it would not be good to give an opinion here.
The story moves right along in most places and was easy to keep up with. This book won't be a classic over the years, but it is enjoyable to read.
He did a great job of reading. His voice inflections for the different characters make listening and keeping up with the story very easy. I especially enjoyed his feminine voices--they always brought a smile no matter what was being said.
The book had its "one liners" which always lightened the tone.
Excellent, excellent! I'm a big fan of Jack Reacher by Lee Childs and this novel, characters, plot is made of the same stuff. Loved it!
This novel reminded me of Stephen Hunter's series on Bob the Nailer. I enjoyed this book. It was fast paced and kept my interest. As always, Dick Hill did a great job.
Peterson hits the mark with this one. "First to Kill" is truly a thriller that leaves the reader on the edge of their seat. The end of each chapter compelled me to keep reading to see what was to come. The characters are believable and likeable (well some aren't so likeable). The story and action move at a fast pace. This book is sure to please readers that enjoy a well woven story line with well developed characters, political intrigue and LOTS of action. Looking forward to more from this author!