this was amazing and the storytelling the plot within plots. wow once I started listening to the story I did not want to stop but it sad to say work had to come in and in family had to come in and they were interrupting this wow this story there there so many layers of the story the voice drawers you into it and then you don't want to stop this is one of the books that is a must hear.
I really enjoyed the story. Plot, character development, action, everything. I did not however care for the narrator. He has a very good voice for the job but so many scenes were drastically overacted. So much so that it took away from the story. I'm not going to say that it is completely on him as I'm sure there is a producer of some sorts for narration. I will only get another of this authors audiobooks if they switch narrators. I will be purchasing the next book in the series in print.
Emergency physician and fantasy nerd in Chicago.
Like many others have said the action almost never stops. It's pretty fun to listen to since it's basically all gunfights and the like.
Yeah quite a bit. It's not a spoiler to say that true disaster is just around the corner.
None of the characters were particularly interesting.
There's some flag-waving that can be a bit heavy handed.
Only thing that bothered me is that the anatagonist is a very confusing character. There's nothing about his presentation that makes you believe that he's basically just waiting to destroy the entire world he lives in.
This is non stop action. Never repeats itself even though it's so long. I wanted to listen
in one sitting but its an impossible feat. Believe all the other good reviews when they say Ben Coes is the new Vince Flynn. The narrator gave this compelling story all the right inflections. I can't recommend this book to action/adventure lovers strongly enough. Worth !two credits!
Power Down might rank as my all time favorite audiobook, even beating my Tom Clancy classics.
My patriotism sucked me in at the formation of America's Energy Company, while I was on the edge of my seat with every unexpected twist in the plot.
When Dewey goes all in, even though he wants to get out.
Yes, and I've already purchased the next 3 books in the series.
A great read, though I didn't like the times when the terrorists won "a battle".