No. I've enjoyed previous books in this series, and will likely try another; but this one was quite tedious. It was a meandering story that lost me quickly and I couldn't even finish. Too bad.
The episode (in the life of Cotton) is action packed almost from the first word.
The mix of fact, fiction and fantasy is always intriguing.
Another good read from Steve Berry.
I find the story as well as the narration fantastic. I truly enjoy the Cotton Malone series and the way Steve weaves the twists and turns and facts and fiction to create a fascinating tale.
Love Scott Brick, I think I could listen to him read a phone book
Many of his book have significant logic gaps, I didn't catch one in this book. A previous book had this estate that two groups were taking helicopters too. The second group is arriving and landing in the only place suitable to land, yet there not sure if the other group is there yet. Hello, if there was only one place to land, the other one should have been sitting there as a clue. Later in the book both helicopters are there. So unless they have cloaking, that was bit of an opps.
I enjoyed the historical parts of this book, and the story was ok, but I was very disappointed in the ending. I felt that after the build up the ending was flat. The history woven into the story was the best part of this book. The love story part was just sad. It's an ok listen for a long drive or if its on sale.
This is a good listen. Gives some history and a great story to enjoy. At the moment the Cotton Malone series is one of my favorites to listen to.
Each character was engaging and full of surprises.
Scott does a fantastic job narrating the story and his voice changes are impressive.
I usually love Cotton Malone stories but this was awful. the story was very repetitive and so far out there that it was laughable.
a more believable story line and not nearly so much repetition.
Scott Brick was fantastic as always