Yes. I much enjoy Ben Coes’ writing style and think this book was well edited. This is a worthy continuation of the Dewey Andreas series.
The narration is excellent. The characters voices add a dimension of color to the story. I’m glad the producer dropped the Irish accent for Jessica’s character.
Nukes for Nuts. This story puts a spotlight on the real danger of nuclear weapons. Can any government be trusted with such destructive power?
I really enjoyed book one in Ben Coes series. Coup D'Etat, however, seemed to repeat the same bloody narratives every couple of chapters. The violence became a hindrance to my enjoyment of the book.
Congrats again on a thrilling story. Moving on to the next new story of Dewey Andreas
The story was good
Would have been much better if the specifics on weapons and tactics were more realistic. They called the gun's muzzles, "nozzles" COME ON..... Things like a Glock 357magnum (no such thing) they continued to flip guns to full auto when this is almost never used in reality. The story is very good though.
No, I loved Power Down but this book is very different and a different narrator to boot, using different voices/accents for characters from Power Down.
With just under 4 hours to go, I finally gave up. It feels like a history lesson. Someone said it's like a documentary and I agree.
The first book got me hooked. This one is a great follow up. But they changed narrators, and this one isn't nearly as good. Still clear and easy to understand, but lacks the pauses and voice control of the first narrator.
Too quickly into action without "taking a breath" -
Didn't get that far. The book was too "rushed" - There was too much information for me to enjoy and analyze.
Power Down was a good book, believable and disturbing. Coup D'Etat not so. Too quickly into action without "taking a breath" - Stopped after chapter 11 and returning book.