Yes, You don't miss a beat. The narator adds so much to the book.
The plot was great. Very simular to The first Joe Marco novel.
All there was no slow parts
Never I listen in my car.
This was off my usual genre, but I enjoyed it and it kept me engaged.
Absolutely loved this book. It was exciting, kept you guessing and on the edge of your seat. As Always with Dick Hill, it was easy to determine each character. He always adds so much to any book he reads, by giving each character a very distinct personality through his reading. Excellent read.
Easily one of the best audiobooks I've listened to to date. Big fan of the writing style, as well as the performance from Dick Hill.
I really enjoyed Harvard Guy. Very smart and stubborn, but was still willing to learn new things.
Great job done. I liked how every character had a different voice, accent. It wasn't all flat and monotone like other books I've listened to before or since. I will deffinitely look for his name in the future.
Out of One, Comes Many.
Well written and beautifully performed. Interesting story with a nice twists thrown in every now and again.
WOW, this is my first Lee Child book and I now intend to read more from this riviting author.
From the first minute this is non stop action and suspense. Jack reacher is an interesting character that you just dont quite figure out completely, but you are always on his side. Twists and turns keep you wanting to listen for hours
I couldn't stop at bedtime and just kept going until it was over in the morning.So exciting!!
I think I'll dream about losing Molly in the airport.
There is basic, early Jack Reacher life style built into this story.
I really like the way Lee Child uses Jack Reacher's search for a part of obscure Americana to draw him into a situation. The initial police interaction is intense, but plausible.
I really like Dick Hill and I look for his performances of other authors' works (besides Lee Child). I actually prefer his earlier work over the most recent releases.
I can listen for hours, but as usual, I broke this one up into several sessions over about a week.
This was a great book and made me want to read more about the main character
Jack reacher. It's a little dry at the beginning but once you get into it, it's great.
Most mystery stories focus on the particulars of a "typical" crime such as murder. Killing Floor is a double mystery - one being "who done it", the second being what is it they did? The combination of the two makes for a very interesting story line and keeps the reader guessing who the bad guys really are. The author does a good job of describing how the crime was committed, educating the listener without boring them. The narration is clear and easy to listen to.
It is in the top 15 of all the audiobooks I've listened to thus far... It is very well written, but I think the books get better as Lee Child writes.
The kill squad out at the house. Wow, Reacher really knew his craft!
Jack Reacher of course.
The love of money is the root of all evil...
The movie made me check this series out. I am glad that I took the time, the series is great. By the way the book that inspired the movie was awesome, the movie did the book justice and vice versa. Tom Cruise (even though he's not that tall) did Reacher justice. I'm on my third Reacher book!