Listen to hours of audio books weekly. Some really good and some not so good. Rely on reviewers to stay on the good side.
This book should be mandatory reading for any one who thinks that "911" is the last attack on freedom.
Sometimes hard to follow, but very interesting and intriguing. For the most part it kept my full attention.
CW 26 mls.
I disagree with Gov. Romney's view that this story had no "holes" and "could" all happen and spare me that our "American" oil companies are patriotic good guys.
Really poor narration the reader voices are terrible.
Super slow never reaches a point.
Her voices are terrible
Unsettling - Racing - Gripping
The overall tension of the sitution
It scared me to think that there is probably a thread of truth running through the story that is happening right now in our free American society
This was a total departure from what I would normally reay but I loved it.
The writer had me hooked from the beginning. The amount of detail provided from all the characters was excellent, it was not just about Dewey. The context actually helps one understand the world better.
Very well written suspense field story Coesdoes a fantastic job of building up to a climactic point and growing it out just the right amount. Characters are very believable. Should make folks think twice about not being in favor of big data collection by our government.
Maybe. The narrator wasn't anything special, though he did an excellent job overall. The story of the book wasn't all too original, but I did enjoy it. The plot was more intricate than most, which kept it interesting and well developed, but most of the book wasn't about the main character, Dewey Andreas. It was easy enough to follow all of the characters, which speaks to a book well-written and narrated, but I find I prefer stories which follow the main characters more closely.
The narrator did a commendable job of keeping the voices distinct for each character, but there wasn't anything particularly special about them.
Not a movie, the storyline is too complex. It would be better if it was made as a TV series in line with what "24" was.
While I enjoyed the book and narration, I'm not sure if there's anything here compelling enough to get the next book in the series.