Yes, I love to hear the narrator - he is amazing!
The Gray Man Series by Mark Greany. The author developes the characters very well and are similar in both
When Drury saved Jake at the car and killing the woman before she could do in Jake.
I liked the backbone that Jake had while in captivity.
I'm excited to continue with the Series.
listening from 1st to last chapter, without stopping. Couldn't stop. Super exciting, twists and intriguing angles. I knew Nate would pass muster. Great listen
These books are always interesting and keep you wanting more. It's fiction people it's OK for the bullets to be flying and our hero is untouched.
Good mysteries, good character development, awesome narrator, and in all of these stories a lot of the bad guys really 'get theirs' - and I like that!!!
Avid audio book listener with over 1600 books in my library!
I really enjoyed this one! The story line was well written and Scott Brick is back so the listen was much more enjoyable. I really like the cast of characters, looking forward to the rest of the series!!
I generally read books out of their published order, and had read "The Cleaner" awhile ago, but wasn't inspired to read more of Battles. The real breakthrough and character development came for me when I read "Becoming Quinn", which really fleshed out Jonathan Quinn and gave the character depth. Deciding to continue reading Battles after enjoying the prequel so much, I chose this one, based on some of the reviews and the narrator being one of my favorites. I found the character development of Quinn still somewhat shallow, and almost unrecognizable from the depth of the prequel. The other things that bothered me were some trite dialogue. Not sure if I'll try Battles a third time.
The story was ridiculous and poorly structured. The emotions shown in this book were strange based on the background and theme of the series. It only got worse as it progressed.
I really like the prequel Becoming Quinn but this book was the polar opposite.
The narrator only made the story worse. The affectations of longing and sympathy from the narrator accentuated the bad story theme.
too many to mention
I can't figure out how this book received such good ratings from the other audible members.
"I ain't often right but I've never been wrong"
Again I'm finding things to clean just to listen to this book - better than the first book
Definitely, especially with Scott Brick as the narrator.
Yes. The focus required by Quinn and Nate to find each other in the obscure island was terrific. Once having a tiny piece of information and then continuing to piece the puzzle together. The characters were heroic.
I couldnt stop listening, always on the edge of my seat. No laughing or crying, just rooting for the Quinn and his team.
Can't wait for Brett Battle's next book.
This is,unfortunately, a very lame story, read with more melodrama than it deserves and, in the end, was a major disappointment even as a mindless time filler while driving in rush hour traffic. The last two books that I have listened to that were read by Scott Brick have both been poor listens, I think in part due to the basic story lines being so bad, but also he is trying too hard to give these trite pieces more gravitas than they can handle.