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I like the whole team but this one went a bit too far. Trying to like it but the snark got in the way. The complexity is usually welcome but it wasn't as rooted into the science. Loved the last three sentences though
This series is so stinking cool, I love it. I would like to be in delta force.
The story and the writing is fantastic! The Narrator is really good also, delivers very well, except in my lone opinion suffers miserably at being able to satisfactorily deliver on Joe Ledgers humor, making those lines fairly awkward. Besides that though great job overall.
Loved the story. Good villains and got some closure from past books. Love that one of my favorite characters Ghost is a dog. Woohoo. Onto the next great Joe Ledger story...
Not sure, maybe the sarcasm and humor of this careless hero keeps me coming back for more, or maybe its the fun paced story filled with a deeply immersive world. Both along with Ray porter's excellent job narrating these stories and giving the voice of joe ledger make this a masterful audio book.
Say something about yourself!
Ray Porter is one of the BEST narrators I have ever had the pleasure of listening too. That being said, this one didn't hold my attention as well as the others. Rudy's "Dios Mio"s were getting kinda tiring. And also Vox is becoming a pain in the butt and annoying. I too can skip the sermons that Ray likes to throw out there from time to time. But still it was a WONDERFUL listen. Ray Porter is THAT good.
Smart, surprising and engaging
I've yet to finish it but so far at the halfway point I'm really enjoying the growth of both the DMS and Ledger himself.
Yes I have and this one is not lacking! Ray Porter is by far the best narrator I have ever heard! His range from women, men and international characters is absolutely mind blowing! I often find myself in awe of his performances and have to remind myself that it is ONE man instead of a CAST of narrators! Exceptional!
Not to this point? But I'm not a reader who will get an "extreme" reaction to any story...
In addition to this phenomenal book(again only halfway through), I have finished "King of Plagues" and failed to write a review... That being said, I've read countless reviews about that particular book and have to say that I completely disagree with the "political" nature people have said they find "heavy handed" and "too much". Ledger works for a government agency that is DIRECTLY linked to POTUS. It should be understandable that it would get "political", right? Now in terms of the reviews that have said Ledger is "soft" is unbelievably unfair. How else is a man, any man, supposed to react to losing someone he is utterly in love with? Even fictional characters have to be written as human to connect with an audience. Would you prefer him to simply brush it off as if nothing had happened? I find it very relatable that it's a daily fight to motivate himself to do what is asked after such a tragedy. Introspection is, well should be anyway, natural after any such event whether it be fiction or nonfiction. Just because Ledger happens to be a badass is irrelevant in this matter. I have SO much more to say about this book and may download it again just to get it all out in that review!