This story had lots of moving parts and new characters, but Thor put them all together brilliantly. Unexpected twists and turns, much like a season of 24. Well done!
Not only does Brad Thor thoroughly research the technology in this (and all) his books, it is frighteningly prophetic of what is happening with our government leadership right now. Thor's sources for information provide him with the guts for this fascinating and fabulous Harvath book !
I enjoyed listening to this book as there was never really a slow moment. The book captured my attention from the beginning and kept going until the end. I quickly realized I would want to read other books in this series. This was more than confirmed with the turn of events at the end. I have all books in this series on my wish list, and I will be reading them.
Without giving anything away, a scene at the end was a bit shocking. I had to read it twice to make sure what I read really happened. It wasn't a typical ending. It made me want to read more in this series.
Well I am a Brad Thor fan. Story moves along at a good pace and mixes up the plot in an effective manner.
Too long for that
I really enjoy Brad Thor. His books are always page turners, the kind where it is difficult to put down.
I love all the Brad Thor novels, He does not dissapoint.
Scott- He's just a good old American Hero
I cried at the end when Tracy was shot.
Yes, found diffcult to stop listening.
Yes, what you would call a page turner.
Can't point to just one.
As always George Guidall was great in this type of read. The story line was weak and beyond far fetched. It lacked the intrigue of the Flynn books to which it so frequently compared!
I'm only into the 3rd hour of this book and it's getting more and more difficult to continue listening. The narrator sounds like an old guy with marbles in his mouth and all of the characters sound virtually identical; they all sound like geriatric men, even the females!
It's difficult to follow the story because I'm constantly trying to figure out which character is talking.
In a nutshell, this guy is awful. It's unbelievable that he's been selected to narrate so many books. All books that I won't be buying as I can't stand this narrator!
As for the story, it's okay, but difficult to follow (mainly b/c of the narration). This is my 2nd Scot Harvath book and it will probably be the last. The character is a moron, in that if he didn't always have someone with him that was more observant, he'd be toast. The story starts with key tactical areas being attacked in a city and Harvath is too stupid to see that it's a coordinated attack. Seriously?
It was the same in the "Lions of Lucerne," he was unable to make obvious conclusions from events happening around him. Not to mention all the stupid mistakes he makes. It's as if the author is trying to purposefully make the character into a "normal" guy, but it comes off totally unbelievable.
If I could get my money back, I would.
BTW, does someone sell a watch for a video camera in all of Thor's novels?
First, George Guidall is one of my favorite readers, so that gives this book an edge right there. The story requires one to really, really suspend one's disbelief (OK, it's kinda absurd, but I could still mostly go with the flow). It is mainly one big chase scene while terrorist are coordinated enough to simultaneously blow up every way in and out of New York City, plus do lots of other equally absurd dastardly deeds. And the ending was so blatant a set-up for a sequel that I think I will pass on the sequel just on sheer principle.