this book kept me on the edge of my seat. I'm a truck driver and I was able to drive a long way because I wanted to finish it
The narration was difficult. There is little distinction in the male voices of John and Robert and of the narrative.
This is a book that would be better read versus listened to in audiobook.
I loved this read. I am on the second in this series with John. Baldachi is my new favorite author while I wait for Sandford's next Prey novel. Great!
I had never heard a two person narration of David Baldacci before. I must say that I was thoroughly pleased with the performance. I've been a fan of David Baldacci books since first reading "The Winner" in 1998 and I will say that he doesn't disappoint. I would recommend all of his books. Even though you know the genre he writes that doesn't mean his books will be in a cookie cutter plot. You never know what to expect from his books. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.
Excellent on all counts... Time to move to Series Book 2.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story, it's unpredictable twists and its outcome.
Well written. Well performed and directed.
Just purchased the next two in the series, probably the highest form of accolade, not the purchase cost, but the commitment of 30 hours of my time to listen to John Puller, Book 2 and Book 3.
Give Zero Day a listen. If you enjoy the genre, I'm certain you'll find it a great listen.