great look into the world of undercover agents. it's good to know that there are people like Mr. Queen that will risk their lives to get filth off the streets. thank you Mr. Queen
Really enjoyed the book and I knew where I thought I knew how bad any gang could be but this just took me to another level how human beings could be so downright horrible trying to keep this review clean very well read I would definitely read another book and by the narrator who did a great job
Enjoyed the honest portrayal of the OMGs and the special agents who go after them.
Queen goes little too in depth about his struggles to the point of seeking pity.
I couldn't help but feel how desperately our society needs someone like Queen to do the dirty work for the rest of us. People like the author make sacrifices everyday, lose their families, their identities. Yet we as a society, to include the paper pushers in govt. simply use and abuse such heroes.....
Decent book, just have patience and enjoy...
This book grabbed me from the first page and didn't let go. I hated to turn it off when I had to because I was so enthralled in the story. The story is fascinating with a great flow and rythym to it, and the narrator did a great job. The only negative I have is the ending, it just fizzled out and disappointed me a bit. I was expecting the ending to have more story to it, instead he gave us an abrupt, quick, and dry finish that left me wondering if I had somehow missed a chapter. I can't say more as it will ruin the book for someone that hasn't read it. That being said, I still highly recommend this book!