I absolutely love my audible account, makes its from enjoying a book to loving the stories found in the books. Do forgive my errors in the reviews i do have dyslexia but i will share my love with everyone
Because of a attack of a mad Japanese father wanting the revenge of his son and brothers death almost the entire united states government is dead, Ryan going to be sworn in as vice president is now president of the United States. and has to restore order. except what he thinks the USA needs is not the same as the former vice president.
at the same time a sick boy has come down with Ebola and the dictator of Iraq is assassinated. Iran adsorbs Iraq into its borders and transports the Ebola virus to Iran to weaponize it. what other plans does Iran have?
China accidentally hits a plane and pulls the us navel from the Indian ocean, and India starts to make its moves.
Glad to be part of the audible community and I hope that my reviews help to choose the right book and share my love of reading.
I found the author to be very repetitive and rather boring after a while. I know many of you think Tom Clancy has the "know In" -- but even if he does... yawn... what if... I bought the book for my husband who loves Tom Clancy, but even he hasn't managed to listen to the whole book within 40 days...
Yep... Tom... you might have been "interesting" in the 80's ,... but I think you are boring now.. YAWN ....
I have read most of Tom Clancy's work. I have enjoyed it all. Upon joining Audible I looked for the opportunity to hear his work and see if the stories were as alive as reading. Notwithstanding the mediocre narration in Executive Orders, the answer is yes. Sure I would have preferred a better performance but for me the story is the reason why we read or listen. If you are a new to Tom Clancy, I recommend you read or listen to Debt of Honor first. Doing so will really set the stage for Executive Orders and introduce you to Jack Ryan.
I love Tom Clancy books. Read Debt of Honor and loved it. I decided to listen to Executive Orders. I am only about 1 hour into the 51 hours and I am in pain, the narrator is terrible. He speaks in a monotone, there is no inflections, no excitement, no trying to make different voices for different characters. I'm considering stopping and just reading it myself. I'm sure the story is great, but the narrator is just ruining it.
The book was engaging just like other Tom Clancy novels. However, the narrator was bland and emotionless at times. His ability to do voices was not very good. It was difficult at times to tell who was talking. This was my biggest problem with the narration.
Clancy was brilliant again in creating a world within ours! The way the storyline has progressed over the years, I am glad Mark Greaney is take the reigns of the campus series