I I loved the first gray man book and was excited too listen to More in the series. unfortunately I'm going to send this one back . Just could not finish this one it was too annoying. there's plenty of action and our hero does show he has Achilles heels. the main female character just does not work. there are things even little things that just don't add up so far in this book. I decided to quit about halfway thru. I'm not going to listen to the third .
I really like the book cama some of the situations felt more was needed. obviously it's going to be a continuation in order to tie up some loose ends.
In the top 25%
Six of course
His deep voice makes it more intriguing.
I laugh a lot at his dry humor.
If you are into action books or action movies, this is an audiobook for you.
This Gray Man novel takes the hero to Africa in a kind of "Black Hawk Down" story line but with no Black Hawk :-). Mark Greaney does a good job at building tension and creating an action packed story.
Jay Snyder is once again stellar. He has a remarkable range in voice characterizations.
The flaw in this story is the necessary profanity. I can take some profanity by a character in the story line as a means of communicating the characters personality, But, when profanity is used as part of the narration I get really put off by it as it seems a weak method of describing a scene. I hope this is the standard in Mark Greaney's writing.
So, this is a good story but beware of the necessary profanity in the story line.