Attorney - love to listen to audio books
I like this series fairly well, but to be so fantastic, best in the world, most efficient assassin, Court sure does a lot of stupid things. For instance in this book (!) he walks into the pub to see where his target is sitting, (2) he turns in the woman to the authorities at the airport, and I can go on and on. But, the stories are still gripping. I have discovered a new reading method for the Gray Man series. I read the first 8 to 10 chapters, then I go down to the last chapter and read it, then the next to last, then the one before that. Then I go back up and start reading again. Weird, but it is the only way I can enjoy the books. Very good reader, by the way.
I read an assassin thriller to take an action packed ride in a dangerous world of life and death. The action in this one starts strong and then slowly diminishes as the book goes on; at least as it pertains to our protagonist. While I fully understand that you have to put your hero through hell, when they are so weakened by the end that they have no wits about them and someone else has to save them, they cease to be interesting. The last third of this one really fell flat for me. It was base, and plodding. All I ask is that the guy has enough gas in the tank to still make a clever move or kick a little ass so that they story can finish strong.
Great book and necessary part of the story. I skipped it because of some poor reviews but wish I hadn't.