fourth or fifth
I enjoyed the story lne and the plot, its a little outdated, but it didn't keep me from being into it.
Dick Hill is a great Narrator except when he's speaking as the narrator. Then he sounds like a terse robot. using words quickly annunciated. When he gets into character is when he is at his best.
I love books with significance
I recommend this to everyone
Story is riveting at first it seemed like there were just to many details but after you get use to the style the story takes off and you are hooked for the whole series.
The whole story. I couldn't get involved enough to keep the story straight. Possibly the most boring thriller ever and could barely be qualified as "inspirational fiction."
Craig Johnson "A Serpent's Tooth."
Did the best he could. (I know, it's 5 words.)
Considering that I have a reading disorder, the Audible compamy has quenched a great day of time with Audible as my greatest personal fre
This and the next book to follow in the series are truly an amazing series of action and adventure novels based in so many Countries with so much historic truths to fuel the excitement.
Believers in the Christian way of life or not, I believe this is serious mental exercise and edge of seat listening. The narration is flawless, the writing style flows with ease, the story is believable, and this book has amazing historic fact and research.
A must read/Listen for readers such as I. After over 200 books I have gone through, I was running out of great Authors and series to choose from. Stumbling onto this series with general browsing feels like a blessing.
The reader was excellent, but the story line was terrible! Very predictable and I found myself not interested by Chapter 3.
Nothing, I like Dick Hill. I think it would've been better to have had multiple narrators.
Great start to a political thriller series - though current events have made the events somewhat stale. For those that follow the likes of Jack Bauer, Mitch Rapp, etc this book may interest you, though the main character is a political advisor and not an agent of a government agency. Sure he gets in the action, but it's a bit different.
I learn so much about the middle east from reading Rosenberg's books. He's improved with time, but I will definitely finish reading the series.
After having first read The Twelfth Imam and The Teheran Initiative (which I thought were outstanding books), I felt the The Last Jihad, both the writing and the performance, were very amateurish. I was amazed at how improved Rosenberg apparently was by The Twelfth Imam.
Yes, I would listen to Rosenberg again, but only the books written after The Twelfth Imam.
I would prefer not to listen to Dick Hill as a reader. I did not like his voice or performance.
This book was a great disappointment to me. It almost seemed like it was written by someone in high school.
Politically, I am conservative, and I was greatly disappointed in this book. I saw on someone's review that this book is just right wing propaganda. I don't think so, but I think the book is how the left perceives the right to be.