The story is great, and it might just be the update, but chapter 28 and 29 have skips in them where parts are consecutively repeated. This reader always does a good job and I watch the clock to see if it was my own doing or my phones. The count keeps going as normal, but phrases were repeated.
Listening to Doomsday Key had me on the edge of my seat. I didn't want to put it down to even sleep. I will definitely read more of Rollins books.
It is similar to the Tom Clancy books in its intrigue. Consistent characters, suspense all form a good series. It is a definite read.
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Loved this book. Great continuance of the Sigma saga. The historically accurate pieces make it even better.
I do plan on listening again because I enjoy the characters I have come to know and the fast pace of the story.
All the twists of the plot keep you guessing who will betray who this time.
As always, his narration brings he story line to life, but there are some technical problems and the music that was added didn't help in anyway.
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I would have enjoyed this book so much more if there was less action – it was like Dan Brown on steroids.
The idea buried deep down in there (under all the pyrotechnics) was a good one but overall it seemed like just one over-the-top action scene after another. Beat-em-up, shoot-em-up, chase everyone around... good on the Big-Screen, not so good in a novel; was he hoping to get this made into a movie?
In my opinion, the story would have been just as good if not better if at least half the action scenes were cut out.
I bought this book based on my love of thrillers and some good reviews. Overall I have to say that the book is entertaining and I did love that the author writes in the same vein as Michael Crichton, meaning lots of true elements to a fantastic, science filled story. Unfortunately I think I've reached my tolerance for all-knowing, shadowy, nefarious groups of bad guys. It seems there is no end to the knowledge these people possess, to their ability to show up at just the right time with exactly the equipment or personnel they ned to thwart the plans of the hero.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the story for the most part and don't feel like I wasted a credit, but it wasn't quite the book I was hoping it would be.
The Sigma force adventures seem all the same. They always escape or find the answer in the nick of time to save the world. Unless something drastically changes in the writing of the series, this will be my last Sigma audiobook purchase.