I like Andrew Peterson as an author. His books are well written and hard to put down.
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.
audio books are Theater of the Mind when done right. They lift words from a page written by an author and transport you into another world
Nathan and Harv are such a great characters. The story telling is amazing and the action is heart pounding
The whole series is a must, Andrew Peterson can write and Dick Hill is a master of his craft.
If you like Tom Clancy's campus, or Jack Ryan you will enjoy this. if you like David Baldacci Robie series again you will like this.
Can't pick just one so i will say the Comradery of nathan and Harv. The thrilling writing will have you wanting more and more
YES! I could not stop reading this series, and then I could not stop listening to this whole series. Thrilling story telling
Like I said Action, it has that, Adventure it has that, Thriller hell yes. Characters it has that. Listen or read this whole series you will enjoy it
I really like the characters in this series. I generally stay away from anything that Dick Hill reads because his style gets under my skin from time to time. Somehow this series his style isn't that irritating to me. Good stories with what seems like a lot of good knowledge about things like sniper tactics.
Forced to Kill the Second book in Nathan McBride series, Read by Award Winning Narrator Dick Hill. Dick Hill makes listening to this audiobook like watching a movie in your mind. The emotion and feelings of each character comes through. He enjoyment of Marine Sniper Nathan McBride grows with each book and with each listen.
This time Nathan must face the man who tortured him leaving him disfigured for life and almost dead some 10 years earlier. Could this interrogator be active again working in America? As one mutilated body is found, Nathan is drawn into a much deeper conspiracy that reaches deep into the government.
What will Nathan do when given the choice between delivering his interrogator alive or exacting his revenge.The final act of this audiobook has twists that make you long for the next book. Thankfully you don't have to wait the third book in the Nathan McBride series Option to Kill is available on audiobook now.
Must like the main characters, be intelligently written and feel like I learned something at the end.
Not really, but it got me to work and back for two weeks.
A lot of unnecessary sentences and loose passages kept this from being a much better novel. It was like the author was trying to pad the novel to make it longer.
Adequate but not my favorite.
I bot this book on an Audible promotional deal and after finishing it, I was reminded why it was on the "sale rack."
I was very anxious to listen to this book after First To Kill. Unforutnately, it left me pretty dry. First I just cant find Nathan McBride very exciting. Second the narrator is horrible especially when he tries female voices. Peterson missed the boat by not developing his villan a little more. Had he done so I think I would have been more involved in the story. Although I finished the book, I was anxious for the end.
It's really great when the sequel lives up to the predecessor and then surpasses it! This sequel was engaging and flowed seamlessly. If you are a Micheal Connelly fan of the Reacher series, also read by Dick Hill... this is Peterson's version of Reacher but with a tad less attitude. I also enjoy the the relationships that McBride has that show a great depth to this character. I am now a fan of Andrew Peterson's. Enjoy!
a terrific book, i can't wait for number 3 to come out. Not only is the writing terrific but so is