2 books listening to Dick Hill is all I can take
I'm done listening to Dick
The book was good until the end... I can understand the demons the character had but the whole life is stronger than evil was a little too Disney for me. Things really seemed to fall perfectly in place for the good guys as well. Not terrible but I am not sure I'll read another!
No, I'm done after this one. Story was not very good. Narrator was even worse.
A different narrator could have helped.
I hoped for a tough bunch of good guys giving it to a tough bunch of bad guys. But the story makes so little sense and there are so many gigantic and annoying plot holes that I was angry to listen to it. Unfortunately, the performance wasn't enough to make up for the weaknesses of the writing.
I loved this book and like the series very much. My admiration for Nathan has grown .And his sidekick is right up there with him. . Nice to have a mystery writer not put what they call hot and steamy love scenes in the story. If you like the Child and Ludlum books you will probably like this one too.
Obvious story but great to listen to because of the narrator. Very light and not too many layers but okay.
Liked the pace of action and the transitions between scenes. The emotional struggle was at times a little thick but still palatable.
Technically sound on subject matter with just a few misses like a gun's clip instead of magazine.
Excellent story of battle between good and evil - turmoil created within protagonist due to PTSD from his horrifying torture by the man he and his partner are hunting.....and different matures of the polar opposites in their basic natures. Love can conquer hatred with the help of Nate's girlfriend, FBI SAC he helped save from death in previous series novel. His business partner and other close friend/FBI agent also help bring him back from his vengeful "other" self to his natural "pro" who seeks to save the evil interrogator's victims and serve the nation's best interests.