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.
What is not to love? The story kept my interest and involved. Love The Gray Man character.
Anything by David Baldacci.
Yes, I have. He is one of my favorites along with Dick Hill, Scott Brick, and Ron McClarty.
Yes. I found myself sitting in my car to hear more. I did not listen to music at the gym; I listen to The Gray Man, and it pumped me up.
I can not wait until the next book. Mark Greaney, you have a new and lifelong new fan.
I will return to this author to continue this series; it is certainly action packed . i hate to assign a gender to a genre, but this type of book falls int9 the "man's adventure" category and if you are looking for that type of read, them I would rate this an A plus" fit! Narrator nicely matched with novel!
what I do not love is the 20 word requirement. the the the the the
From start to finish this one held my mind focused on every word. I felt my jaw clinch and abs tighrened during many of the action scenes and I shivered with the thoughts of pain when the damage to his body was explained. I have found a character writer that I want to follow I cannot wait to start the next book in the series!
Story was quite straight forward beat-him-up-but-he-stands, but nicely written. The tone of the narration chanhed a bit sometimes on the latter half of the book, distracting the immersion a bit.