Thor continues to scare the daylights out of me from the opening lines of this book. Just like in "Kill Shot" the perception of reality overcomes the fact this is a book of fiction. If these technologies are in use or close to conception I like being on the side of the good guys.
As for the character's I love "The Troll" as a good guy much better than the opposite I hope Thor continues to keep him there.
The team of Thor, Schultz and Harvath make for wonderful listens in this genre.
Better story, more detail, less cliches
major disappointment...have always enjoyed Brad Thor novels, this one seriously lacked punch.
Enjoy the adventure
This time, Brad Thor’s good guy, Scot Harvath, must outwit a secrete organization to save the good ole USA from tyranny. The pace is non-stop, the technology / weapons cutting edge and the villains meet with a fitting end.
If you have read other novels with Scot Harvath as the main character you will enjoy this novel. It is typical action packed Scott Harvath and I really like it.
The story has a catching plot with some good characters, although some of the background information passages are long they actually capture your interest.
If you like reading novels by Vince Flynn and Lee Child, Brad Thor writes stories alone the same line with a strong main character who's not afraid off taking things into their own hands.
There are a lot of little nuances in the existing technology that you have to review in order to fully comprehend.
Scot Harvath of course...He is dedicated to his mission and his country and will stop at nothing to protect them.
This one is on par with his other performances. Nicely delivered.
Yes, I've been a Scott Harvath fan for a long time.
Predictable. No surprises.
Vanilla, mundane, average.
Scott Harvath would make a great movie character, played by someone like Matt Damon. I'm not sure that "Black List" would make the best story.
I've read all the previous Scott Harvath books, this is not Brad Thor's best effort.
So far Black List ranks up at the top of the list of audiobooks I've listened to so far. Armand Schultz does a tremendous job of changing his voice for each character that by the end of the book you know them so well.
Most memorable moment is going back to the old "form" of espionage.....the "old man" Charlton getting into the action, goes back to his roots and is able to communicate with others through not-so-modern techniques.
Compares to all the other Harvath novels I have listened to so far.
What do you do when all the things you know come crashing around you....can't turn to the government for help, cause they're after you too....who do you turn to? The Old Man
have not read print but this great because i dont have time too read
Any Vince Flynn book.
Too numerous to say just one.
Action packed and straight from the Headlines!