Loved it! This book will keep you on the edge of your seat. I really enjoyed the narrator's tones with the changes of moods and the elaborate descriptions to set scenes.
This and all of the Joe Ledger should be movies! It would be Hollywood Gold... I have listened to everything and anything Johnathan Mayberry has written with character Joe Ledger, after reading or Listening to Numerous series I find it awe inspiring how some characters can go from one story to a completely different one...
I have to admit I really enjoyed this book, but probably not as much as Patient Zero. Being a bit nit-picky I would say that the villain's in the first novel were more grounded and believable, and the second act of this book seemed a little muddled, buy overall it came together into a great story with the same wonderful fight choreography I've come to expect. (Needed less fantastical bad guys and more Joe Ledger) A-
I haven't read the print versions, but I think Ray Porter adds considerable dimension to the characters. I sometimes listen to a book and then buy the subsequent books in a series in print to read them myself. I would not do that with this series. The stories are great, but Ray Porter really knocks it out of the park.
The fight scenes are fantastic.
Ray Porter does a fantastic job playing the characters in these books. I can almost see this as a movie just based on his narration. Top notch narrator!!!
Of course the scene near the end, I won't spoil it. It involves Grace.
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.