Great story for those who enjoy Clancy's style. Great narration from Pritchard, as always. I've found him a great narrator for all the Clancy books, so I'm not sure why other people dislike him. It's certainly an out of date story, but that makes it even better as you can learn some good lessons comparing it to today's combat and strategic environment. A+ around the board.
The first several chapters comprise conversations between USSR officials. With the exception of a refinery being overtaken and destroyed there is nothing exciting taking place
could not get past the first 5 chapters would like my credit back
could not tell you as I could not get past the first 5 chapters
A "can't put it down story!" Even after having the original novel some years ago, this re-visit was an absolute. The narrator was superb; wish he hosted other Clancy novelA must read/hear!
Hi I'm Jim Munchbach author of Make Your Money Count, What Matters Most, and Allied for Success. I love to read with my ears.
Loved this listen. Not the best ending.
With so much action from page one, I guess the ending had to be non-climatic. Not disappointed just a little surprised.
Thrilling, realistic, taught
The beginning of the story.
Almost anyone. Prichard, seems to talk like a computer–monotone. His voice is grating. I just got into audiobooks, but this has been true of the two I've listened to. (So, don't take what I say as true.)