I'm enjoying this book a great deal. A captivating plot and provides a good picture of what Viet Nam was like for those who fought it.
This was THE audiobook that I just did not want to end! I have listened to literally hundreds of books over the years, and this is up there with the all time best maybe THE best. I will admit that I have enjoyed just about everything DeMille has written (except some airline pilot story), and I think Scott Brick is the audiobook version of Sinatra. But this was a magnificent listen, I found myself avoiding my weeken golf game to listen, taking extra time riding to work and even taking long lunches just get get a few more minutes of it. I rate this up there with Demille's best!
DeMille is one of my favorite authors. He demonstrates the breadth of his skills in this book. It's an engaging story with several characters very well developed. That requires an interest in people and the Viet Name era. There are many lives that were affected by this "war". This story tells about some of them.
I've listened to most of the Nelson DeMille books and loved all of them...until now. I'm 16 hours into this one and I keep thinking it's going to pick up, but it never does. I'm pretty sure there is an interesting climax that will occur at the end, but I don't think I'll make it that far. I also normally love Scott Brick's narration and he does a good job with the voices in this. However, it seems like he is talking at half-speed...maybe it's the material.
I would recommend any Nelson DeMille except this one.
Nelson DeMille delivers once again. I enjoyed the captivating plot and cliff hanging story line. Keep em' coming...
As a fan of Lion's Game, this book was a huge disappointment for me. I survived part one and wondered what the author accomplished for eight hours besides wasting my time. I didn't make it to part two.
I am generally not interested in anything about the Viet Nam war but I love Nelson DeMille and the book was on sale at the time. Much to my surprise I loved every second of it even the slightly predictable ending.
Nelson DeMille has become one of my favorite authors. This story had a few slow spots, but they did not last long. It is a very good read and well worth the time.
This book was enjoyable as it was well written and of course, Scott Brick, did his usual great job in narrating it. Nelson DeMille's books that have been based on Vietnam have done a great job sharing what our soldiers went through while placing the war in historical perspective. I give this 4 stars instead of five as there are sections of the book that seem to lose a bit of continuity. Overall, an excellent book
This moving novel keeps your total involvement from beginning to PAST the end. It stays with you.
Lt. Ben Tyson has every quality of bravery, personal principles and human weakness that most of us can only wish we had.
Scott Brick is the ideal narrator. His narrative is immediately and completely eclipsed by the characters and the story that he gives us.