I love all Tom Clancy books. This narrator is so bad I am about to read instead of listen to my first novel in over a decade. I just can't *strange unnatural pause* take listening to this guy.
Debt of honor is by far one of the best books in the series, but unfortunately like many others have mentioned, the performance is not good. I struggled to get started because of the very computerized sounding reading. I did get used to it after about 10 or 15 hours, but it really shouldn't take that long just to be able to tolerate a reading.
Yes, because it is a story that refuses to let the listener go.
His narration was stilted but the voices he assigned to each character were memorable, making it easy to know which character was speaking.
All the parts finally come together but it takes a while, and at least one character gets fairly well developed and then never comes up again (the VP's rape victim). I found my mind wandering at times with the Clancy tendency for excessive details.
There were some weird quality problems with the recording, too (gaps-skips), that I have never encountered, but that could be my phone, I suppose.
As some reviewers have noted, the narrator is mechanical but I got used to it. By the end of the story, I ordered the next book, so it was good enough to get me to finish it and want more.
Excellent story but the narration was so mechanical I didn't think I would finish the book. When I adjusted the speed of narration to 1.5x I didn't notice the robotic voice as much, and that let me continue listening.
I felt this book was to close to what might happen but gives me the knowledge that America would go on no matter what
An unfortunate performance, especially following Scott Bricks spirited performance of the prior book in the series.