Yes, it was a typical great story by Brad Thor and his twists are always a joy to unravel.
The realistic way his characters interact and the sad truth of how our goverment's political correctness costs the lives of our brave special forces men and women. When will we learn that you can't expect crazy people to act like we do??
He is the best narrator I have heard in the 40 some books I have listened to in the past year. Armand has a solid handle on shifting characters voices consisting on the fly - he is an exceptional actor.
The ending when Scott insisted the CIA keep his promises
I am hooked on my books. I love to take my camper up north and spend the weekend sitting out doors with a drink , watching my dogs
Get the old guy back this guy puts me to sleep. I loved the past reader and he one of the best for these kinda stories. I hate the change
I have not been disappointed with any of the Brad Thor novels.
When uncouth Afgan teens decide to sexually harrass the American female capitve, she is rescued by an very ulikely protector.
he does a great job or differnetiating characters not only by accent but by inflection. I love listening to him read these books. He is my favorite so far.
When Scott wrestles with the idea of whether or not he could ever settle down and have children.
A good story that holds your interest, easy and exciting to listen to. It was performed very well by Armand Schultz.
Brad Thor - Definitely
Armand Schultz - Never
Other Brad Thor novels, particularly his first two.
Sure. Jeremy Renner or Ryan Reynolds. Scarlett Johansen as Tracy.
Good book. I'm not sure if I like this one less than some of the author's other titles because the narration is so terrible. Armand Schultz makes the characters sound like cheesy cartoon heroes. It sounds as if he watches too much Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. George Guidall should be the only narrator for this genre. He is the best.
I was rather disappointed in this book. It was not up to the same calibre as Brad Thor's others and seemed lost at times. I really did not like the narrator for this one, confusing a French Canadian with and American from the Dakotas or western Wisconsin. Bacis things like that take a person out of a story and due to the amount of time this character spent in the book, it significantly annoyed me as a Canadian.
Honor, Freedom, Duty
I love the interservice sass!!
He was very good at all of the characters
I was in the gym working out and actually laughing out loud at parts.
What a disappointment!! I've really enjoyed Brad's previous novels, but this one is a stinker. The main plot was barely average while the sub-plot with the secret service was a total joke.
As a book I thought this was an average listen, however, the secret service aspect of this story was totally unbelievable and ridicules. The other plot of this book had potential but feel way short.
This is a typical story of a 'black op' to rescue an american hostage from the Taliban. The story is entertaining but there are no real surprises or clever twists in the plot. Most of the action is somewhat predictable and there is a happy ending for all the good guys. Lots of details about the names of the weapons used but otherwise not much technical detail. If you like this type of story, then you are likely to be entertained for a few hours but don't expect anything extraordinary.