I've always loved the rainbow six games and I really liked this book, but the narrator is not very good. I think holter graham would have been a much better choice.
A very gripping novel. It is the first one where mr. Clark is outlined in some detail other than Without Remorse. I just think that Lou Diamond Phillips doesn't much better job reading Tom Clancy works
Pritchard is not my favorite narrator. Prior to listening to Rainbow Six, I listened to a few Alex Hawke novels by Ted Bell, narrated by John Shea, who is a fantastic narrator. if Rainbow Six had a better narrator, this would rate 6 out of 5 stars. Oh well.
This book seems to be broken down into 6-7 minute sections, rather than chapters, so the 'End of Chapter' sleep timer option wouldn't work with this one. But that's the only issue here.
Not my favorite Clancy book. Normal 'these guys are super heroes' stuff, but also too many times where Clancy has characters shrug off an extreme feat with a mention of "wow, just like in Hollywood".
It's been twenty years since I have read the print version. In print versions, you can glance over dull or dry bits, that's not possible in this case.
Not quite, but the tactical situations were quite fun, and often enough to keep interest in the book present.
No, though I enjoyed the two main protagonists' relationship (Clark and Chavez).
This was a good story but could have been told in half the time. If I was reading the book I would have given up 25% through. Didn't need to hear about all 25 cleaning patches that went through the gun barrel or the other countless minutiae.