Great story great characters and the narration doesn't get any better than this. Joe Ledger is the man. Overall this is another great book in the series. I highly recommend it to everyone
This was a fantastic journey for our hero Jon Ledger, and what can I say folks Ray Porter does it again.
Great for fans of the series and a promise to those looking for an sci-fi action thriller.
I drive a lot of large landscaping equipment at work and have quite the abundance of listening time on my hands. Drowning out diesel engines
After reading Patient Zero, I had to pick up the next book in the Joe Ledger series. It is every bit as good as the original.
I have had this book sitting on my shelf since it came out. I couldn't find the "time" to read it and then forgot all about it. The I found it at Audible and gave it a chance. To think that I have had this great story sitting under my nose this whole time is messing with my head. It has it all. A great story, a twisting plot and a hell of a good narrator, Ray Porter really brings the story to life and on top of that he has a very good voice to listen to for hours on end. nearing the end I hurried in to the shop and spent a credit on the next book in the series.
This is almost better than the first book!! I have no idea how Mayberry comes up with his plots but he has an amazing creativity and makes the impossible and unimaginable believable. He has quite a gift. I got the first 3 books so far and can't wait to start the 3rd now!!!
I wasn't thrilled with various aspects of the ending but Maberry is forever entertaining and highly creative. Narrator is better than most at differing voices
Probably not because most thriller novels are about the surprise.
I would compare this to a lot of the work of Larry Correia - a team of hyper competent warriors fighting unimagined evil. He does a lot of scene shifting like you saw in the early Tom Clancy novels.
He does a great job of using accent and timbre to bring out the difference between the characters. His presentation of the female characters is surprisingly good.
Too long... but there are some time when you just can't turn it off.
Spoiler alert - The thriller genre, especially if you have a central hero in a series, requires that the hero be a "loner." Jack Reacher is probably the archetype for this protagonist. Of course, for obvious reasons, there has to be a love (or lust) interest, and that is more hazardous than being a red shirt on Star Trek. There is a love interest in this book. But Maberry gives you enough misdirections that you are never really sure how it will turn out. That said, I wish authors would just skip this part.