I most likely will not get another book from the author. Ridiculous story and the main character is a super human that cannot die. It left me more annoyed than entertained.
I have both the print version and the audio version of these books. Both are good, but the audio really brought the stories to life.
Very disapointed the narration was kids stuff and left after one hour.Will pass on the rest of the seies
The twists and turns at the end were good. The insight to the darkness that's part of a police investigator is interesting. The depressing circumstances of aging are well written.
This book will be made into an action sooner or later. The action is nonstop, intense, and violent. I am glad i listened to the audible version instead of reading it. The narration is first-rate. This is an adrenaline rush from beginning to end. If you are looking for entertainment that you can get lost in, and you enjoy this genre, you cannot go wrong with this book.
Very edgy, technical with amazing characters. Makes you laugh and also keeps you so on the edge of your seat that you may be tempted to pause the story to catch your breath.
Lloyd!! He is an immature, adolescent bully...no one with his temperament would be in his place of authority!
Just way too unbelievable....
The Gray Man is a unique character-no friends, no family, a true loner-it makes you root for him even more.
Okay story but a bit melodramatic and predictable. Main character is not believable. Maybe one too many twists and turns.
Most bad books you simply put down. But this book, "The Gray Man" was so bad that I listened as if it was truly an artful parody of a thriller. It keep reaching new highs in being ridiculous. The narrator sounded exactly like Ted Night (the judge in the movie Caddyshack) who died in 1986. Don't say that you weren't warned.