Oh yeah ! Starting from the first page to the last ! It is so enjoyable. Like watching an Indiana Jones movie.
All of them, the narrator brings you so close to them that they are your friends and foes. Totally enjoyable! A fine roller coaster ride !
Laugh, spooked got the willies. Hope you do too.
I enjoy reading thrillers: espionage. I am ex Army. I work in the health care industry. I like to practice martial arts. I participate in IDPA matches. Genghis Khan is my favorite person.
I havent read the print version. The audio version was very engrossing and held my attention.
When Grace died. I had to stop doing what I was doing and sit down. My heart hurt for Joe.
Yes, just as good as previous readings.
The same as the title. The Dragon Factory. Why change anything?
This is the best series of book I have ever listened to on Audible.
Interesting in an 'out there' way, gritty and amazingly narrated.
Joe Ledger - how can you even ask. He is your basic all American who hasn't forgotten how attractive modest can be; hilarious at times; not to be missed.
Great narration can make an OK book just as poor narration can kill a great one. Ray Porter enhances every book I've listened to w/ his narration. He does it all - his accents and American dialects are excellent - women too which is not an easy feat.I now look for his narration and will try an author I an unfamiliar with simply because Mr. Porter will bring out the best in it.
Both - laughing and crying.
Don't miss this series. Wild storyline, great narrator.
Ledger is a great character: flawed and human.
Great voice inflection to build the characters.
This book has a lot of detail and keeps you interested. Very good, just like his first one.
This book was even better than Maberry's first book in the series ! Maberry did a great job with making the story work. I'm looking forward to the next Joe Ledger adventure!
I loved the first book in the Joe Ledger series, "Patient Zero." This one is just not as good. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad I used a credit to get this, but, I don't know, it's probably just a taste thing. I like weird, but perhaps "The Dragon Factory" is just a little too weird in the wrong way for me. Maybe I just liked the zombie plot of the first book better. Again, a taste thing.
However, I will definitely listen to the rest of the series, and am looking forward to doing so.
Ray Porter again does a masterful narration. He's definitely in the top echelon of storytellers.
Reading is my favorite past time.
I was told about this series by a friend and really didn't think that I would like it but am I so glad that I was wrong. At first I really thought the story was boring but as I got past chapter 10 I found myself getting more and more into. This is all action from beginning to end which normally I don't like but there was so much meat to the story that I found myself wondering what was going to come next. Normally, I can predict every step a book like this takes but not this one. The regular formula for action books was not followed at all. Thank you Johnathan for writing something that you truly felt for and sticking to the cookie mold. You can tell this is the kind of book that he would want to read himself instead of what is predictable. Also the narrator did a really good job in bringing this characters to life.
I loved the great action "scenes" in The Dragon Factory. However, the author is not ashamed of incorporating overused character outlines and story themes in this book. In places I was rolling my eyes at the obvious use of stereotypes. The bad guys are comicbook crazies and science fiction oddities. The good guys are strereotypical bad asses, not alot of depth in the characters. The story moves right along, however, and keeps you entertained right until the end. This author is very good at writing fighting scenes and battle scenes. The action is very detailed.
I would recommend it to a friend who doesn't have to pay premiun price for the book.
Ray Porter does an outstanding job of bringing this story to life. His different voices and accents continue to amaze me throughout the performance.
I do not know what you mean by a tag line.