Nope- loved them both
I love the characters- all of them especially Randall. I love the information in the story- literally we wanted to take notes. I also felt it was very plausible.
Gets better the farther in. It took us some getting used to but I finally did. My husband never could get behind him though. Try Duke Fontaine- love love love him and equally love Kevin Pierce.
Not if but when...
I think the narrator needs to learn to pronounce Coeur d'Alene-- kore-duh-LANE --- that is a bit annoying for those of us from the area.
Overall this is a much better read than his follow up novels in the series. This seems more thought out with better development of the characters. Most notable are the Keene team which was the highlight for me. Also wished he would have focused on the Templars and the Washingtons. Overall a good read. Wish he would write a parallel novel expanding on the above and more personal details about the rebuilding (not amendments). Also the narrator was excellent.
One of best books I have ever read. Gives information while having and amazing plot and awesome story line. Would recommend for a friend. Going to get it in print so I can share it with people.
I really enjoyed this book. it can get a little technical at times and sometimes the politics are little too much for me. the storyline is great and offers a lot of knowledge would definitely recommend
I can't tell you what the story really was. .i always finish a book no matter how bad, gotta see how it ends. all I heard was the brand, type and where they bought there survival gear...it was commercials strung together by some knd of a story...wish I could return it...wasted credit...ugh