Well up the list of hundreds.
I enjoyed the adept interweaving of the various plot lines.
His voice, his ability to add to the story.
Sure, but I can't sit that long, but it was with me almost constantly for nearly a week as I went about more mundane events. I good story can make even laundry tolerable.
Great character development. Clever plot.
I enjoy spy, military, psychological, technical and fiction based in reality and science. I really value intimate, thorough writing.
Did not read the print. Prichard gives quite a bit of personality to the characters. Especially when he is reading as Kelly.
The Matt Helm series. A very realistic account of a character with a larger than life reputation. Both men are very pragmatic and efficient in a very real environment. Neither of them fall to the typical weaknesses of other "heroes". Therefore, when they are in trouble, you cant dismiss tension.
Only reading Tom Clancy Books. He is just as good across the board for narration. Pretty poor on voices because he hardly varies at all.
Yes. There always seemed to be something that needed to be addressed or taken care of. So many questions. So many impending climaxes.
This is a very very ugly story of gray. No angels and devils. No black and white. Clancy does a very good job of illustrating consequence and a very unforgiving environment. Certainly one of his more personal tales. A much smaller and intimate picture.
This is a great Jack Ryan book! even though he is not a character, this book sets the scene. I liked it
Unfortunately the narration is SO monotone, I found I spent all of my time trying to figure out what characters were speaking. Definitely ruined the book for me.
Start with the first book, and by the time you get to this one, you will be excited to figure out about Clark. He is both exactly who you think he is, and completely different. Excellent listen.
Gotta love Clark!
John Kelly/Clark. He's been my favorite of Clancy's characters since I started reading his books.
Different narrator. Preferably one that doesn't sound like he's holding his nose while reading.
Wanted to, yes. Though I think my future re-reads of this book will be in paperback. This narrator was painful to listen to.
I would love to hear this book with a different narrator. Michael Kramer or Scott Brick would be awesome for this book!
Debt of Honor
Michael does a good job voicing the characters. It took a little while to discern the difference between some of the bad guys but after I got used to it you could tell.
I originally read the book just after it was published and had a hard time putting it down. This was the same. I listen in the car while commuting to and from work. I generally had a hard time getting out of the car in the parking lot.
The volume of the book was a little inconsistent. It could stand to be re-mastered from a sound quality standpoint (or perhaps reproduced if this is the best from the original recording quality). For some reason the last 10 minutes would not play on my IPod so I had to finish the book on-line.
Overall it was a great treat to re-visit a real Tom Clancy Book and remember just how good he was at constructing a story.
I love Tom Clancy books, I also really enjoy this narrator who has done a number of Clancy titles. Great prequel to the entire jack Ryan series. John Clark is an amazing character.
Poor audio quality, although the sorry and reading is excellent. Hopefully audible can correct this for future listeners.