My preferences are espionage thrillers, crime novels, teen novels, psychological thrillers, combat fiction, and occasional non-fiction.
but it will not be the last! The Capital Game is a wonderful story well told. Scott Brick is without peer as a narrator. I listen to more than 100 Audible books a year and am a fan of mystery/thriller books. I'm up to date on books by Vince Flynn, Lee Child, Brad Thor, Ben Coes, Michael Connelly, Nelson DeMille, Lisa Gardner, Karin Slaughter, David Baldacci, Alex Berenson, Bob Mayer, Brett Battles, Catherine Coulter, C. J. Box, Daniel Silva, Jeffrey Archer, Jo Nesbo, John Sanford, Ken Follett, Tom Clancy, Michael Korota, Olen Steinhauer, and Particia Cornwell, so was looking for a new author. Haig's joint project with Vince Flynn pointed the way to him.
This is the perfect novel for people fed up with sleaze in Washington. Enjoyable and meaningful.
John Christmas, author of "Democracy Society"
I listen to books to be entertained... my favorite genre is a "Legal Thriller" I have actually been a member since 2001. Love my books!
Did not read printed version.
I kept wanting more...definitely a page turner.
He is one of my favorite narrators.
This is a book that I will definitely want to listen to again. It kept my interest from the very beginning to the very end.
A good corporate thriller that breaks up the ever stream of spy novels and detective/mystery novels. I thought the book was well done and kept my interest to the end. When I am anxious to get in the car to go to work so I can listen to a book then it typically is a 5 star. Brick does a great job again. Looking forward to Haig's next book.
This is a well written and narrated book. If you like being involved in the realistic lifestyle of dirtbag, scumbag politicians and corporate execs, you'll love this book. The talent of writing the book was excellent. The subject made me want to throw up.
This is the first book I have listened from Brian Haig and I wasn't disappointed. I extremely enjoyed this book. I will definitely read other Brian Haig’s books. I love the way the main character was developed. It keeps you on the edge until the end.
I hereby declare that from now on I will read books narrated by Scott Brick on my Archos/Nook/Kindle or whatever. I just can't take it anymore. Even descriptions of restaurants and offices must be fraught with emotion. In addition, this story was a disappointment after the previous book I had of Haig's. Lots of stock characters. Many elements just stretch the imagination too much. That said, it was an interesting plot. I think I'd have given it 4 stars if it was read by Guidall and I did the abridged version.
The first 3 books I read by Brian Haig were great and then the precipitous fall. The Hunted was absolutely horrible writing. A ridiculous plot that only gets worse the further you get into the book. I stuck with it seeking redemption, but it was never found. The excessive stereotypes of each profession places one in a state of disbelief that cannot be salvaged.