"Remote Control:Gripping, Exciting, full of action"
Andy McNab, draws on his training and knowledge of covert operations to bring you a story that is not only beliveable but gripping and includes the sort of detail only an experienced operative can give you.
Reminds me of the James Bond books (not the Films)
Ric Jerrom made the experience even more complelling as he expertly read the book.
I read this book when it first came out but wanted to read it again, i chose to buy the audio version as i was going on a long trip. It was as goood the second time as it was the first time I read it. This book must be made into a film.
"new series to hear"
Liked it - no, loved it. I was hooked early on and nailed the whole 13 hrs in two days. Some great 'I know that' scenarios (with the kid, not with weapons or spy tradecraft)...
Great book, really enjoyed it. The suspense at certain points is incredible. Well worth a listen.
Abosloutely brilliant from the first word. The Story is origanal and always. It keeps getting more intreasting every minute. A very good book.
Was only the 2nd Nick Stone book I have listed to - thought the narrator was great and loved the story - I am now off to download more as I am ready to keep listening to more of the same
"dont download it!!!"
this is the worst book ever!!
its predictable and has been read as bad as it has been writen.
save your cash or credits and look for something else
"Great Introduction to Nick Stone"
I love this book, it keeps you wanting to listen to more. The feeling of obligation Nick has to Kelly is well described and works well.
This was the first Nick Stone book I had listened to and liked the narrator more then Clive Mantel. But now I have listened to more Nick Stone books narrated by Clive I think Clive brings the character to life in a more realistic way.
Remote control is one of my favourate Andy Mcnab books.
As with all of the books the detail and sense of realism is fantastic. I think that remote control is one of the best stories out of the Nick Stone collection, it is a shame Clive Mantle is not narrating, however this should not put you off. Once you get into this book you will not be dissapointed.