This is a new author for me. I am already a Dick Hill fan. I was reasonably pleased with the book. I am a big Louise Penny, Lee Child fan and am looking for a new adventure
I discovered audio books when my required reading for my profession left me with no time to read for pleasure. Now every chore is a read.
Uber-hero seeks vengance
The sardonic humor of the protagonist
His delivery allows the story to flow naturally.
The improbable rescue by the "redneck militia".
A nice introduction to Deuterman. It is especially rewarding to discover he doesn't backtrack on his characters, positioning each for a sequel that never comes.
This book I enjoyed, but did drag a little at time, all the government accronyms at time was hard to follow. Did like the story line. Like the narrator too.
The Hunting Season is a great listen!!!! I cannot believe that I am just now discovering PT Deutermann. Tons of twists and it keeps you at the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next. Plus, Dick Hill narrates the book and I think he is awesome!
The plot has so many twists and turns and it is totally gripping.
My favorite character performed by Dick Hill is Janet.
The book is over 17 hours long, and my husband and I listened to it to and from vacation. We were thrilled to get back in the car and finish the book.
I am looking forward to listening to other PT Deutermann books.
I enjoyed this book. It was a good listen and I hope to see these characters again. The narration was good as well. I've listened to a lot of books narrated by Dick Hill and he is always great.
Hunting Season doesn't take long to reel you in and then you need your seat belt on. It's filled with twists and turns that keep you guessing until the very end. The contrast of Southwest Virginia characters with the intrigue of secret government agencies make for a realistic story. The narrator handled the accents and variety of characters masterfully.
I'm on part two and considering abandoning this book, which I rarely do. By now, I should be interested in the plot and characters, but I'm not. The narrator's voice for the main female FBI agent character is absurd. There has been little action and a lot of tedious description. I'm disappointed and bored. I would like to say something positive about this book, but the only thing I can think of is that it's easy to fall asleep to.
I would have given this 6 Stars if possible. For those that like Jack Reacher, Matt Rapp and Harry Bosch, the hero in this book makes them look like cub scouts. The plot is extremely well-developed, grabs you from the start and keeps your interest throughout the book. The reader, Dick Hill is at his best! You will spend many minutes up late at night or in the parking garage listening for the next twist.
I had not known this author before, but am intrigued now.
While I do not regret the "read", it started strong but seemed to lose steam and lose me by the end. I of course LOVED Dick Hill as always though!
Unfamiliar with Deutermann, I was trying someone new because Nelson DeMille and Greg Iles don't write fast enough. What a surprise! A wonderful expose of the stupidity of bureaucratic in-fighting and turf-wars among agencies that are supposed to be on the same side, disguised as a fascinating but believable thriller. Kreiss is an intriguing hero that I hope we will see more of. And Dick Hill proves once again why he is one of the best narrators ever. It was his inclusion on this audio program that convinced me to take a chance on an unknown (to me) author.
Only 4 stars rather than five because, as some of the other reviewers have remarked, Hill is less convincing with female voices.