I really liked listening to this story. It was a fast paced wild story with excellent narration. Even though it is Fiction there seemed to be many historical facts inserted. I also liked the first book, Patient Zero, with the same talented narrator, Ray Porter, who makes both books an easy listen. I have also become a Jonathan Maberry and Ray Porter fan.
Really bad bad guys, mad scientists, mosters, evil plots to take over the world, hidden underground lairs, a secret government agency, none-stop action, and the baddest good guy ever - Joe Ledger. This is a great book.
To top it off Ray Porter's narration is world class, some of the best I've ever heard.
I'm becoming a big fan of Jonathan Maberry and Ray Porter.
Original, Science, Action.
Joe, because in his head he's sure he's not the right guy for this. Plus he has a cat named Cobbler.
The names for everything, I'd be tripping over some if those weapon and science words for days. Plus I love how he portrays Bunny's voice.
I laughed at some of their ridiculous situations. And, yeah, I cried.
Newbie to the book listening game. Photojournalist for a local TV Station in New Jersey. Enjoy history, Mysteries & Thrillers.
Dragon Factory wasn't as good as the first, but I enjoyed the plot. Some of the story lost me early, but made since in later chapters.
Joe Ledger rocks! I like that the villains are always so descriptive and by the time their reign is over its a celebration to see them defeated. The twins were fascinating characters. Great read...onto book 3. Yay!
I was drawn in & hooked from the get go. I hated the ending but like any good story it never goes where you expect it to.
A fantastic plot premise is somewhat mishandled by Maberry. What could have been a mix of relentless action mayhem and a sense of wonder, instead becomes action mixed with endless descriptions of the evil mind. Lecturing mixed with bloody carnage. Evil is bad, genocide is evil. OK I guess i knew that already. And that Extinction Clock... Ye gods how I hated hearing that at the beginning of EVERY chapter.
Ray Porter saves this book with his outstanding narration.