Too many to count!
I will definitely be looking for more books by this author.
I have listened to over 250 books in the last 10 years. I tend to listen to certain authors and try to read all their books. I listen while exercising and driving which makes the time past enjoyable.
NO, I do not listen or read any book twice
Yes, it kept your interest. I had listened to Power Down by Ben Coes and it was equally as gripping. You should listen to Power Down first as “Coup d'Eta” is a continuation of most of the characters.
Nearly everyone scene when Dewey Andreas get his revenge.
NO, but proud to be an American
David de Vries did an excellent job of narration.
Dewey Andreas is the absolute best character in this genre!
There is lots of action, twists & turns & some unexpected events
Dewey is once again rugged, ruthless, determined & a killer if need be.
He is ruthlessly pursued by his old enemy but ultimately turns the tables.
Don't have to think much with this book . Just sit back ,listen & enjoy.
Another excellent performance with one exception. Dewey's girlfriend & now the National Security Advisor has lost her slight Irish Accent which I missed
Buy this book. You will be entertained!
Among the best out there at the level with Vince Flynn
he is good
On the same level with Vince Flynn
It was all enjoyable - the plot, the fast pace, the characters and the narrator.
I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. There so many twists in the story that I never new what was going to happen next.
It's difficult to pick a favorite scene but if I had to I would say have to say that my favorite was at the end when the drone was guided to its target while Jessica was on the phone and then she reached out her finger and pressed that red button....
I had trouble leaving the book. I found myself sitting in my car for an extra 15 minutes when I got home in order to listen for a little bit more of the book.
I enjoyed the narrator. The was enough voice variation to grab your attention without taking over the story.
My son recently commented that the value of fictional books is simply entertainment. While that may be true of some books, this series offers enough detail that is presented in an easy to understand way that one actually learns more about the region, history and geo-political climate. Great follow-on book; hope there will be more.
Tell us about yourself!
Dont mess with Dewey Andreas! You might think you can kill him, but you cant! The bad guys take it on the chin again as Dewey engages in another fast paced, thrilling, kill all adventure while India and Pakistan teeter on the brink of all out war. Not to mention their allies, China and the US poised to back them up with their nuclear arsenals. Dewey is trying to live a quiet existence in Australia but the Fortunas drag him back in.
I really enjoyed this book, and the previous book Power Down. The action is fast and furious and the story is very entertaining. The performance is quite good and matches well with the characters
Cant wait to get the third book in this series
I no longer live in Worcester. I now live in Brooklyn, NY.
I realize the Pakistan/India situation is necessary background, but I was beginning to think our hero Dewey was never going to show up! When he did, it was exciting and worth the wait.
Absolutely ! In fact I was telling an Audible subscriber about this book the other day. The backdrops to the stories offer the reader an insight into worldwide cultural and political issues; while still maintaining the intrigue of the story.
Yes. I found myself looking for reasons to be in my car o I could hear more
He does a very good job of capturing the personality of each character
I bought this one to try a new author in a 2 for 1 sale, but it's not my taste. I was aware of the short, punchy sentences, woodeny dialogue and the cardboard cutout characters, but I soldiered on to give it a fair shake. The concept is interesting to me, so I thought I could accept its limitations. But when a character was described as a 'brick-sh*thouse of a man" and it wasn't by another character, but the narrator, I was done.