This is a good book, well narrated, but I felt that it wasn't as good as Ballistic. Would still recommend.
A believable story line would have been a great help. Not only were the events far fetched they were totally illogical. The story was way out in left field and when the team extracted its members one by one while leaving their target to be extracted last, 12 hours later, I gave up and quit listening.
Did a good job.
As a retired military dealing with special operations I found this story line very real and presented well.
His reading technique is well paced and well timed with the number of events taking place simultaneously.
Yes- always has twists you do not see coming.
Gray Man, of course.
If you have not tried the Gray Man series, start with the first one.
A bit of a slow start, but it takes off quickly. The narrator does an excellent job bringing a different voice and tone to the characters. The 3rd book continues the drama from the earlier 2, and leaves off with a pretty interesting plot line for.the next.
Love this narrator for this series. Fantastic story. Not as action packed as The Grey Man and I'm not sure how I feel about the end. If I had to compare the two...The Grey Man is the best. Don't like the character change. I can't wrap my head around a hero with this particular physical need to numb pain. I think he is a worthy character except for that need. Debating if I wish to continue on.
The story was great. The hero became a disappointment. He fulfilled his task, you can see he is honourable...that weakness...just makes me vexed.