Bloody righteous hero
Clare having so much trust and believing in Jim.
Jim, of course.
No laughing or crying but parts were touching, all else was bloody and righteous. A good listen.
Boring. Poor, or rather, no character development & predictable outcomes. Non stop graduitous violence. No plot development. Perhaps in a movie where one could see maneuvers performed it might be less boring. Don't bother.
Gentry is a blend of James Bond, Rambo, and Clint Eastwood. Interesting character. Stretches reality a bit but a good listen. Narrated is excellent except when he is trying to be an 8 yr old girl. Overall very good. Will move on to next Book in the series.
This book moves quick and was fun to listen to. I was hooked from the beginning and didn't want to stop. I thought the characters were strong and believable. The only thing that was a little too much to swallow was the amount of damage Gray Man was able to sustain but I don't mind that in fictional story. Warning there are quite a few f-words in this book.
Story was unrealistic and if the GM was given one more hurdle I would have puked my objection. The bad guys always a step ahead, McGyver feats to extradite himself way to many times, the wounds to his body - please, and the coincidences - common - after reading positive reviews my confidence in future reviews has taken a serious downturn - not likely to follow up this fiasco with any sequels.
I would indeed recommend this book - very well written and the performance was outstanding.
Oh it has to be the Gray Man - even though he is nearly invincible, enough reality is included in the story so its never quite unreal and always entertaining
none in particular - it was all great
Not unless you have a lot of time on your hands! It was 12 hours I believe - and not one minute too long - well timed from start to finish
This is standard thriller fare, but well-plotted and exciting. Within the book, I liked Court Gentry's integrity, but overall Jay Snyder's narration and voice performance was fantastic.
Court Gentry is not your typical hit man. He has a personal integrity, a soft spot for children (subtle but present), and tries his best to kill only the truly bad guys.
Snyder gave every character a different voice, using accents, inflections, and tone to make scenes come alive in a way that reading the words never could. A tour de force; I would (and will) gladly listen to other books he has narrated.
As I said before, this was standard thriller--but quite well done.
A good story with a great reader. Love the twist at the end, but not much twist or suspense in the story.