In some ways it was predictable that the Grey man would start where he had finished being wanted and going into hiding.
But the journey to the known conclusion was intriguing and worth the ride to the end. I like these books which I discovered during on of audible's special offers which I do not regret.
Enjoyed the first, this was a great second so looking forward to the third.
I thought this second books was better than the first. The action was very real and the banter between the characters was fun. But there are some contradictory aspects of Gentry's personal philosophies that I wish Greaney would explore more. But I'm on biard for the rest of the Gray Man's adventures.
yes, love his books
all the different voices are surprisingly good
The really long side journey tangent in the middle of the book seemed unnecessary.
I'm really enjoying this series of the Grey Man. The story, plot and narration are pretty good. The ONLY thing that I could pick is the S. Africans voice/accent sounded more Irish than SAfrican. Very good overall.
This was an engaging story through "black ops", intrigue. On Target was the second of the Grey Man series that I have listened to. I could not stop listening to the story. Performed brilliantly by Jay Snyder.
50 something, retired professional, mother, grandmother, wife.
I really enjoyed this novel. the usual suspense and fights but good ethical dilemmas. really showed Gentry's character. I feel like we know him better now.
For me, the Mitch Rapp series is the gold standard of this genre. Yes, all these authors have different styles, character development, and depths of plot. But at the end of a book you can tell overall how one author stacks up to others. You either get that damn good feeling about the book or you don't.
I didn't overly care for Gray Man book 1. It was good enough for me to give this book 2 a try (unlike Ben Coes' Power Down, which didn't do anything for me). I'm very glad I gave this book a try. I was just as satisfied with this book as any of my favorite Rapp books.
On to book 3....