Great real world story line.
Clive Cussler's work.
No. Thought narration was distracting. Having a man narrate a woman;s portion is okay as long as it is none done in a high pitched voice.
An interesting story but the language is horrible. I didn't finish it because of the language issue to me this is quite disappointing.
A complete moron
Shot the narrator, and then found someone with half a brian
I was only able to stomach 30 minutes of it. He makes the "hit" team sound like a bunch of excited school girls, not professionals. He makes the president and general sound like a couple of NY City Thugs - just horrible.
I felt like throwing up
This was an excellent novel, especially for the first one from a new author. I chose to read this book because I knew Brad Taylor in college and honestly I wasn't expecting much since the other reviews were horrible. I was amazed what a great book it was. The story was fascinating and every turn kept me on the edge of my seat. The characters felt real and I was right there with Pike and Jennifer from the US, South America, and Europe. Although the book is fiction, the book was written from a knowledge base that made the story believable. Not like some books where you think "that could never happen". Brad did a great job writing the book and I can't wait to read the next one.
The only thing I found distracting was having a man do a poor imitation of Jennifer's voice in the book. If a book is going to have two narrators, maybe the one who does the woman's voice should be a woman? Otherwise overall great audio book!
I liked this. The story gets a little far fetched at times, but most do. I like the narrator of Pike.
Had my doubts in the first few chapters, but he tied things together nicely to bring it all together.
Enough to try Book 2.
Which I'm about to start on..
I really can't tell if the narration is spoiling the story, or if it fails all on it's own. I'm only going to give this author another try as the abysmal narrators of this book are gone from other titles. Good riddance.
Over-wraught, unsympathetic, poor pacing
not on purpose
The narrator had a strange cadence to his speech and added emphasis in unusual places. It was distracting.
I had a tough time getting past the whining of the main characters. It was recommended because I really enjoyed the Gray Man books so much but this is not in the same league at all.