The premise of a Dewey being around to make the difference makes for a fun read.
Peter expressed emotion (especially anger) with more force than the usual readers
Yes, The story captures you, found myself wanting to drive just to get to the next part. There is always something that was mentioned ealier in the story that makes you try to piece together how the story will play out. It was enjoyable as there were action scenes as well as personal moments that you can visualize with great detail.
Logical progression of events. Like the way the action scenes were intertwind with the discussions. For example when Dewey tells the CIA director not to tell Jessica that he is going to help his friend, then Jessica finds out. Many scenes like that were in the story and it gets you thinking "how is this charater going to respond".
All, Each charaters have their uniqueness and Peter does a great job with each one.
I returned book one and loved book 2 (different reader)
Now am back to the same reader as book one. UGH! Suffering through part I.
Great story except for the very minute l9ve interests of Andreas. I could care less, I listen for the action and their is plenty of it.
Good story however it would be nice to see Andreas miss a shot and not Center punch every terrorist dead center in the four head or directly in the heart
Great narrator and his ability to use various excellence to help you stay engaged in the story
Exciting plot but the characters are cartoonish, particularly the evil ones, and the plot is based on absurd assumptions as to the characters' motivations, thoughts and actions.