Mr. Ken Kliban needs, if he ever reads another audio book, to stick to children's books!!! ALL of his characters voices were terribly the same! They ALL sounded very mad. They ALL sounder like the "wicked witch" on the original "Wizard of OZ"!
The story was great, as all Mitch Rapp stories are! If this had been a book by any other author, I would have not made it passed the first chapter! I sure hope the remaining books are not read by this narrator!
I'm sure this narrator has a niche somewhere, but it certainly isn't in this genre. I got the impression that Mitch Rapp was paranoid and angry, rather than a cool, calm operator.
I am a fan of vince Flynn
I am a Mitch Rap fan
I almost stopped listening because of the narrater... I thought Ceorge Godell narrated Vince Flynn?
I have been a long time member of Audible ...This is the first time I am commenting on a read. (Listen). Scott Brick Is probably your best narrater
I've gotten about halfway through and at this point I'm fast forwarding just to get to the end. Huge Mitch Rapp fan. Re-reading the entire series and had forgotten about the narrator. Makes everyone sound like whining, screeching, cry babies. Has Rapp practically yelling at other characters when clearly the conversation should be hushed. In fact there isn't a professional in the entire cast if you go by the performance.
The performance takes away from the book. Flynn family, please have George do this one too.
I HAD TROUBLE CONCENTRATING BECAUSE OF THE NARRATOR
I DIDN'T GET THAT FAR
NOT GEORGE GUIDALL
REDO THE NARRATION
The narration is awful. Ken's intonation, inflection, and rhythm are so far outside the norms of spoken English that the book takes on almost a comedic quality. Picture William Shatner inhaling a balloon full of Helium and then reading the book as Captain Kirk and you'll be in the ballpark. I'm not sure if it was simply my frustration with the narrator, but it also seemed like it took much longer to get to the action than the other Mitch Rapp books. The first hour or two seemed to simply rehash the events of the prior novels in the series. Hopefully this isn't a recurring trend in future installments..
I like Mitch's character, even when he sounds like a whiny adolescent.
Rerecord it with a new narrator.