Great story as usual and I love the interaction between " the troll " and Scott.
A familiar sound that I have come to really enjoy.
I enjoy reading thrillers: espionage. I am ex Army. I work in the health care industry. I like to practice martial arts. I participate in IDPA matches. Genghis Khan is my favorite person.
This was an easy listen. The plot was very straight forward as were the characters. There wasnt anything to technical about the weapons or tactics used in the book. This was a middle of the road effort by the writer. I would recommend his earlier books.
I have tried several Brad Thor books and just cannot get into them. I finally figured it out on this book. He takes too long to start tying the different characters and parts of the book together. It is as if you are reading 3 or 4 books at once, putting one down and picking the other up. His main character is not very interesting. Thor was billed as "Vince Flynn style writer". Not!
Maybe I've read too many great political/action novels, which I love, that this one didn't cut it for me. While there was action, I did not feel a connection to any of the characters. I felt myself bored listening much of the time. The best moment was the very end, leaving unanswered questions. However, I don't think I'll read the next book. I also did not find the narrator brought much interest to the book.
Perhaps I'm spoiled by Vince Flynn.
My first Brad Thor book. Halfway through. Really put off by the author's political views. Good story and action.
The story is good. I guess I was surprised the ending came as quickly as it had on account it seemed like needed more suspense or something. Interesting twists in the book that kept it interesting. Narrator is good, but there are others that really nail characters very well.