Great story, it would have been much better with out the curse words. I had to put the headphones on to avoid my children hearing the curse words.
No, I would consider them equal. Armand does an amazing job portraying the characters in a very creative manner.
Yes, it was active, engaging, and not completely predictable
Armand Schultz's performance on these Brad Thor book are by far better than any of the other performers. Other performers mispronounce words and don't truly catch the emotion behind the characters.
The story was exceptional. Scary as well. I have turned off my location. Reading this book and getting an email from my job requesting me to fill out a personal survey... I was like why? Do you know anyone can find this...they are listening to our conversations. Lol. I'm certain the capabilities exist. Such a thrilling way to tell this tech tale. Loved the increased background and relationship with Nicklaus, the Troll. The story is intriguing and such a great combination of old and new spy techniques. The plots were unnerving. I could not stop listening. I had to know what was next. There were times I yelled at my phone as if I was watching TV. Love the reader. Getting ready to read the next one.
Taught. Interesting, viable domestic threat.
Narration is good although Guidal is preferred.
If you like Horvath, you'll enjoy this one.
Scary that most, if not all, of this has already happened. We're always under surveillance by our own government. It almost makes you a little paranoid.
...in short, everything you've come to expect from a Brad Thor novel. Scot Harvath takes on the surveillance state years before the devastating revelations about the NSA. As usual, Thor is one step ahead of the headlines.