Yes. Riveting plot. Not preposterous or overwrought like so many thrillers today. Be prepared to listen to this straight through.
Too many to count. The attack on the Texas ranch was highly memorable.
I think he did Full Black too. Excellent narrator.
The Athena ladies late in the book.
I heard Brad Thor give a speech about this book. He is making a political point about the loss of privacy in society today. His thesis is that there is such a massive quantity of data and information about each of us, our emailing and browsing habits, cameras everywhere recording everything, that if the government ever turned tyrannical instead of democratic, we could become a police state overnight. In his speech he says many people say their lives are boring and uninteresting and they have nothing to hide. Thor thinks that is dangerous naivete and an illusion. All very thought-provoking.
Well I don't know because I have not read the print version, but I certainly doubt it.
When I think of any Brad Thor book I automatically associate it with anything by Vince Flynn, they are two of the very best in this genre.
Yes I have and as a matter of fact I often seek Armand Schultz out because I enjoy him so much. To answer the question "Black List" is another brilliant performance.
My last Brad Thor. The hero has become a sadist, not an action hero. He likes torture. Sad. This used to be a good series.
So far I have listened to or read a majority of Brad Thor's book and have yet to have a bad or even a mediocre experience.
Scot Harvath, good hero, believable character. I also like the Troll. It is easy to get on his side as the underdog and sympathize or even empathize with him.
Good reader with a great performance voice
No, as I seldom have enough time to listen to a book in one sitting
i am not sure till i got hurt loved to read
made me reflect as all his books do
he seems to do a good job of reasearch
This is one of Brad thor's best so far.
I like how he brought in the Athena team
Who else, Scot
It was hard to turn off my vehicle when i got to where i was going.
Techno-Thrillers, Jack Reacher, Mitch Rapp fan!
Typical Scott Harvath but this time his job is within the US. A good story and excellent job by Armand Schultz. Interesting plot involving current NSA capabilities - with a scary "if you think about it too much" use of available computer technology. Scott makes use of some old allies we haven't heard from in quite a while. The movie title probably would be "Who is Watching the Watchers?"
Readers who like this book would probably enjoy David Suarez's "Daemon" and "Freedom".
This book is definitely worth the time. I think anyone that enjoys this series will like it. I do believe that it is not the best book in the series though. Even the villains were just ok. You never fully get behind hating them.
The story, above all, and also the narrator.
Itself. Its action never stops.
He is capable of interpreting many characters at a time.
It has to be that even though this is a work of fiction, I can really see this happening.
Oh yes. To see the depths that people will go to get and maintain power.
Top notch. He is spectacular
How safe are you???
I really enjoy every one of these books. I love Scott H. and how his character has matured. He is America's version of James Bond. I can't wait to listen to the next book. Thank you!