I didn't read the book. I'm a busy person and I cannot find the time to read but I can listen to audiobooks 3-4 hours while I'm working
I found it very cheeky as to the Tom villian and how his life is very much like a certain mogul that shall not be named. The characters are richly developed and I was amazed at the amount of sniper infornmation I gleaned from this story. I would reccomend this story to you guys that like good mental games with the physical stamina too
No, The delivery was to monotone.
It hasn't. I was a sniper for 6 years.
Until now. I have to take issue with other reviewers on a couple of points. First of all, I have not observed any regression in the quality of his Swagger novels (prior to this one). Although Hunter presents a good and plausible story line, the level of meaningless detail on relatively insignificant matters almost seems like he's trying to
No, I would not, for reasons evident in my review.
Schriner does well with accents.
I, Sniper inspired me to read a summary and some reviews of the next Hunter novel before purchasing.
to have a story line
start over on a new book
I should have learned my lesson and read the reviews before purchasing, but I loved the movie Shooter so I thought I would like the book. I did listen to the sample and was really misled by that. I started listening and 10 minutes into this it hits me, the narrator has a lisp! Are you kidding 15 hours of this. I really tried by best to ignore that but the story itself was so horribly boring that its all I could focus on. It was too technical, too wordy, and I actually started to hate all of the characters. Save yourself the suffering and pass this one by.
Perhaps trying one of these books in hardcover where you can really use your own imagination would help.
Driving over 100,000 mile a year since 1983, I got hooked on audible books on tape 30 years back. I now listen from my bicycle 2 hours a day
I thought I might enjoy this in the "patron state of shooting stuff' Tennessee
but Hunter is a Limbaugtomized Hen-Becked Faux Noise lover with an absurd political agenda that ruins a good sniper story. Such CRAP Stephen.
Great book for the most part. I am a shooting enthusiast so appreciated the great detail the author went into regarding the weapons and how the trained used them. The "hero" was often believable though at times it was a let down when he would make catch phrase comments like something from a Arnold or Stalone movie. The ending was also a bit over the top. Still I found myself not wanting to stop listening.