I found the narrator's inability to pronounce the names of common and famous Naval institutions and ships to be distracting an unacceptable for a story about Naval espionage. while the average American does not use names like Annapolis and Tarawa on a regular basis, I would expect a professional narrator reading a story involving Naval vessels to at least familiarize himself with how to pronounce the names of some of our ships and our Naval Academy.
Outstanding story. Excellent presentation. Superlative overall audio. I enjoyed this audio thoroughly. Keep up the good work. Your audios are excellent.
the only complaint I have about this book is that the performance is sub-par. The first thing that annoyed me were the low quality sound effects when a character in the book was speaking over a phone or radio. The last thing was the accents, the most irritating of which were the British accents.
Living in a log home in the tall trees, surrounded by wildlife and streams, it is easy to find myself enveloped within a great story!
The narrator changed voices too many times, it became distracting and was hard to follow characters due to the inconsistency.
I almost shut down the book at least 3 times!