Suspenseful, intriguing, quick
I don't focus on one moment of a book like this there were many.
No, but I like him. He is clear when he reads, maybe some of his intonations are a bit over the top (like the Dallas King character) but as many people like George Guidal I found Nick Sullivan's voice to be very clear, Guidal sounds like he has marbles in his mouth to me and I can listen to him but get frustrated when I have to replay as I can't hear whim as well.
Good and quick listen -
no, but there are very few books i re-listen.and no sooner than a decade between listens.
The Gray Man series or Robin Monarch series
meeting with Milt Adams
Retired military with assignments to Saudi Arabia; Germany; Italy and Turkey. Duties include: Operations; Intelligence; Inspector General
No, never listen to a book twice
Audible listed this book as 3rd in the series but has mention to terrorist previous contact and was not in the first two books in the series. Plus, expected this to take over from book two and wanted to know how the CIA traitor and Victor were explained. Good book but did not flow with the first two like I expect a series would.
No, not without another narrator. Story was fantastic, but reader was pathetic.. though not nearly as bad as the reader of book 5 (DO NOT BUY). Book 5 (Separation of Power) literally has the WORST narrator I have ever listened to.. I basically threw away $20 on that book because I was out of credits and couldn't handle listening to that guy past 15 minutes... Cannot understand how they allow someone SO awful and out of character to handle reading such good books...
Yes, great story
Yes... Anyone would have been better except the idiot that reads book 5 in the series... I could at least tolerate Sullivan
Truly a great book and great series. The choice for the narrator was bad though, it almost hurts to listen to him do the voices.
I have found that if you speed the reading up to 1.25 or 1.5 the reader doesnt sound as bad. Dont get me wrong there are much better readers but this has helped me be able to finish the book.
This is a great series. Transfer of power is the next thrilling episode.
Not sure if it was a book, but from the trailers of the movie, I'd say it was like White House Down. Didn't see the movie.
Sullivan has a great voice. He was able to project a perfect image of these very powerful characters. I really liked Guidall in the first two books and it is hard to compare the two. Both were good. Had Sullivan been the first narrator I listened to, maybe he would be my favorite.
It may have already been made - White House Down. I didn't see the movie though.
I now know the first two books are prequels to this series. There were some inconsistencies in the story and the characters. There seemed to be an 8 to 10 year jump from Kill Shot to Transfer of Power. The transition from one book to the other could have been better. One Narrator for the entire series would make the series even better.
Thought the storyline was great but having to suffer through Nick's narration was brutal.
When it was over and I no longer had to listed to Nick's voice.
I found myself yelling at the speakers for Nick to pronounce words correctly. After listening to George Guidall no one else should be allowed to do Mitch Rapp.
Now I only have to listen to Nick one more time then we get back to George and can enjoy listening again.
Just a guy looking to fill the time gaps with fresh perspectives. Looking for insights that prompt glimpses of difference.
Well crafted and very engaging makes your believe within the worlds police department their are good cops after all
"Hmm," you think. He must have misspelled Anna REILLY. Not according to Nick Sullivan. According to the narrator, Reilly is pronounced with a long "e", and the last name in "Heckler and Koch" is pronounced...well, I don't know how to describe it except that it sounds like he's trying to clear phlegm from his throat. The story itself was strong, but it was overcome by basic performance deficiencies. Every time I heard the mispronunciations it reminded me of what I was doing while listening (e.g. driving, running, doing the dishes) and jolted me back to reality. Then, every time I heard Dallas King's voice, all I could see was Mr. Smithers talking to Vice President Burns, er, I mean Baxter. Bottom line: you can skip this one and you will not have missed much.