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.
What I enjoyed most was the developing friendships between the main characters. A few plot points were a bit shakey but overall very well done. Narration was great... I'm a fan of Dick Hill.
The 2nd of Nathan McBrides instalments is as paced as the first, and with a bit of back story for Nathan. Dick Hill seems to be able to do no wrong, and again performs well. I will continue with the series.
I stumbled upon this series by chance and am totally addicted now! I have gone through the entire series in just a few days. Peterson is a very good writer and Dick Hill is always a great narrator. If you are a fan of Lee Child's Jack Reacher novels, you will love these books. Definitely worth your time and credits.
very well read, voices not over the top, very believable. Will probably continue the series as the first two were entertaining
I wasn't sure what to expect out of the latest bad guy from the hellish depths of Nathan's past. Peterson did the emotional conflicts an incredible justice. Nathan's internal battle was gripping and believable, I really felt compassion for how difficult his situation was, and felt his soul being ripped apart.
I can only hope the rest of the series continues to impress like the first two books.