the story is very interesting and full of suspense and i really would recommend it to my friends thank you for giving me a story so captivating..
Possibly better because of Jay Snyder's narration.
Like all of the previous Gray Man novels, Peterson moves us from one harrowing action sequence to another. More than edge of the seat, standing and rooting for Gentry to find his way out of each impossible predicament.
accent and inflection give distinct differences to the characters.
When Eddie's sister tells him she is entering the convent.
As usual Peterson keeps us in the action from beginning to end.
Good story. It's similar in many ways to the Jack Reacher series. Unfortunately, that series became utterly preposterous and equally predictable. This story had similar sections that bent credulity. But, generally not to the extent or frequency of the Reacher novels. The bodies in the Reacher novels are starting to rot. Here, things still seem kind of fresh.
All the pieces fell together - and the humanity of the gray man was striking. Parts of the other books I've read in the series made sense. Plus the fact the book is very fast paced and the personalities of the characters come alive and I cared.
These stories always start a little slow. Three or four chapters to catch you up but after that the story runs at a decent clip. I enjoyed this story but I'm somewhat reminded of Charlie Brown trying to kick the football. Sooner or later the gray man has to have a break. :-)
Those who give up liberty for security deserve neither.
Great story and performance. Greaney is underrated as a writer. This series is on the level of Mitch Rapp.
this audiobook was really well read and kept my attention from the very beginning until the very end I would highly recommend it