What a great hero, story and narrator. I cannot say enough good about Dick Hill. He has this genre down pat. A great book to recommend to those about to attempt a long drive through!
Love to read!
Loved loved loved it! Couldn't put it down until it was done. Great book, great author, great performance...
Hi, I love listening to books when I'm driving it is better than listening to today's music.
I enjoyed listening to this but feel that a different narrator would have added more to it. I do recommend.
Yes, pretty interesting.
It moved pretty well, no big lulls in the action.
He's the best, that's all.
Maybe "what goes around comes around".
Dick Hill is a master. Listened to all the Reacher books and was pleased to find out he narrated this series as well.
Some extreme editing and another narrator.
If you like stories about nonstop torture, this is book for you. Most of us would like the good guys to not be outsmarted the entire book.
I get tired of that tremulous voice and the female voices are just bad.
I know it must just be me because I've read reviews where people think he is great.
Yes. I'm a San Diego native and the locations were fun.
This book was disappointing on several levels. Firstly the narrator was woeful with female voices. They sounded like helpless little girls instead of strong powerful women. Secondly the time the main character spent musing over moral and lifestyle issues became boring. Don"t get me wrong I like my hero to have a conscience and a good dose of humanity but I think it"s time Nathan McBride retired and changed his lifestyle.
Have it read by a different person.
Probably not. I've listened to two now and that's enough. Too predictable.
His character voices are poorly done -- especially for female characters. Even male character voices don't seem appropriate for the character. His "acting", especially in high-stress scenes, is over the top -- cringe-worthy as I said in the headline.
Hill does his usual style by inserting dramatic pauses in the middle of sentences -- sometimes in the middle of a word. It gets old fast. I'd rather listen to a straight read of the book, rather than Dick Hill's "dramatic" version.
I couldn't care less.
Retired CFO, Army wife, Mom of five, Grandma of six, two sons who served in combat, love to read books that reflect my values and faith, love mysteries, historical, military stories, and books that don't waste my time . . . if it doesn't have an ending that was worth the wait, I'm not a happy camper.
Okay, another one for the Marines!!! Retired or not, Nathan McBride and partner, Harvey still rock! Didn't realize this was the second in the series, now I have to go back and listen to the first one. My husband and I listened to this on the road to our son's house. He's a retired Army guy. We both enjoyed the military ops terms, wouldn't be the same without it. Dick Hill nailed it with the narration. Ending was perfect.