One of the best audio books I have. The narrator is excellent. There is no "I said" or "She said" I like flowing dialogue with voice changes much better than "I said" and "Said". Exellent story, and I recommend this audio book so much. Enjoy!
Too much swearing
The main characters only seemed to know a couple of words or at least seemed to have a need to accent everything with f… this and f… that. This was absolutely not necessary. The story itself, although not very plausible, would have been entertaining, if they hadn’t made the good guys so unnecessarily rude and foul-mouthed. There needs to be a way to find out such things before purchasing.
A good book, but not what I have come to expect from this author. The premise is good but the story ends up rather one dimensional. Worth the listen, but a little disappointing.
This was a totally enjoyable listen. I often found myself sitting in the parking lot at work listening, unable to team myself away to go into the office.
The characters were developed very well, and the plot held me until the end.
It was an OK book. After a while, all these books seem to sound the same. Corey is a wise ass and annoying after about 3 hours.
I really got tired of the smart mouthed John Corey in this novel, the character was way over done in Wild Fire. In previous novels John Corey was at lease believable as a maverick detective but I'm surprised that anyone who ever worked with Corey, including his wife would ever trust him with anything. Too long.
After Lion's Game and Night Fall, I really anticipated another great thriller. While it has a timely and topical setting, the first 13 hours of the book was incredibly boring. It was bearable only because of Scott Brick's terrific narration. The final hour was predictable with a cheap trick ending. This book definitely should have been abridged!
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Night Fall was so great I think I had high expectations, I can't help but to feel a little disappointed. The story, although built on an interesting idea, just doesn't have the tensity and spark.
If your going to get the book go abridged, and I usually never say that, but this time, go abridged.
I enjoyed being able to read another Nelson DeMille title, but I really grew tired of John Corey, and his constant jokes. Here the country is in grave danger, and he is a joke a minute. Thank goodness for the fast forward feature on my iPod!
I also thought the ending was weak. I think there was much more to be written about the actions of their superiors. Maybe that is for the next book??