Great story but the authors knowledge of firearms and tactics needs some work.
No problem at all with the narrator.
Yes. A little slow at the beginning but it was needed to set up the story. Hopefully the follow up books will be a little faster into the actual story.
Author needs to do some research on tactics and firearms. Author apparently doesn't know the difference between a "magazine" and a "clip". Also, doesn't know that law enforcement doesn't stand in front of a door or a car trunk when they are searching it for suspects. Ben could use some instruction from people like Brad Thor on how to research a topic to make it realistic. Vince Flynn was also very good at this.
The narrator read every character with a monotone voice. There are so many plots and subplots that I soon got bored and erased the book. Couldn't finish. I'm surprised about the positive reviews.
Try "the rook" if you want a good read
What a ridiculous hero who would believe all those adventures I couldn't take it seriously, his injuries which he operated on himself ridiculous!
Won't be buying any more of Ben coes books!
A must read/listen for all you action/thriller junkies out there. Dewey packs a punch! A perfect introduction to Ben Coes. Also, read by the amazing Peter Hermann bringing the action to life.
I found it not drawing be back in, but the intelligence the author brings the story is intriguing. Reminds me more of Gabriel Alon than Mitch Rapp. While the character is the constant, it's not the real story.
Technically extremely accurate. Great character development. A very realistic and extremely scary scenario. Love the terrorist, business, world travel aspect of the book.
this book is read way to slow. first time ever that I had to speed up to 1.25 or 1
50 to keep interest. the book itself is nice though. the narrator is the issue