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.
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.
If you liked the first one, you should like this one unless you liked the first one just for the zombies.
he could have spent a few months more to consider a better ending. after everything that went on during the book, the ending was abrupt and impossibly unlikely, a real let down.
good job there.
the bulk of the work is pretty solid.
if you like the series, i guess you can overlook the ending and hope the 3rd one doesn't have as bad as a finish.
I like the wit, arrogance and street wise attitude of Joe Ledger. Not your run of the mill intrigue . Enjoyed the performance.
Another kick-ass Joe Ledger story, but it definitely needed a little editing. Ending was disappointing considering how long it took to get there, but a solid, albeit tearful, ride. Narrator is consistently terrific.
Joe Ledger is sort of a combination of Jack Reacher and Fox Mulder. This whole series is definitely something to get into. This particular one is an edge of your seat ride through the possible extinction of a sizable chunk of the planet.
Ray Porter never disappoints.
We enjoyed book 1 so we went onto book2. Book 1 was farfetched but when well-written , it is entertaining. The science in zombies was interesting. I should have stopped there. The dragon factory was long and tedious and violent. Too many people died horribly . There was constant fighting...it was exhausting ! Ray Porter does a good job with the characters, if not for his reading we could not have finished it.
Started a little slowly but the plot and the characters were complex. I enjoyed the book & appreciated the reader who made it seem more like a movie than an audiobook. Lots of action & gore with some surprises thrown into the mix. For those who have firsthand knowledge about the horrors of WW II,, those who had family members in the war or affected by the war in the extermination camps or prisons in German occupied countries, or those who were born soon after the war & grew up in its aftermath, this book will probably have a greater impact than on generations who have had little exposure to those horrors. The philosophical discussions about the reasons for racial or ethnic hatred was sound & the distinguishing definition of EVIL was interesting and made the story & the mind-numbing violence easier to swallow. Overall, the book gets a thumbs up but at the details slowed it down a bit for me.