I really liked the story. The reading went mostly well. But occasionally there were long gaps at semi random places. And there were often no pauses between different conversations or settings. And that made it a bit difficult to follow. Otherwise it was great.
I loved the narrator and the mystery in the story. What did bother me was the authors lack of knowledge of firearms. For example: Semi-automatic rifles no longer use"clips" and a revolver doesn't take a magazine.
It started off interesting and then devolved to rambling. The ending was so far fetched and unbelievable that I became angry that I wasted so much time listening. Scott Brick is, as usual an annoying, over-acting performer who seems to think his voice should be more important than the story.
This book grabbed my attention and held it throughout the entire story. Very nice twist in the plot. Would love to see what happens as the main characters take on new adventures.
Listening to so many books I had begun to think my expectations were too high but this one really captured my attention and kept it all the way through. It is definitely worth the credit and time to listen to.
I used to love Baldacci's books - they were entertaining and suspenseful. Now they are puerile and predictable. What a waste of talent.