A book that is all but impossible to put down. Just when one thinks it must end a very plausible new event occurs and once more has the reader on pins and needles wondering how Nate will overcome this new development, or if he will.
I did not like this book and I could only barely get through it. The author droned on and on repeating the same descriptions or the same circumstances over and over and over. There was action at the beginning and again at the end sandwiching some of the most boring dialogue ever. The narrator was pretty good and kept my attention just enough to get through the book. After all, he could only read what was written. Plot twists were at an all time low....
I am not a huge Gregg Hurwitz fan and bought this book when it was on sale fully expecting to return it based upon a few of his other books I read. Shockingly, this book was really good and one I would recommend. It kept me engaged and wondering what would happen next. Wasn't horribly predictable and not totally unrealistic. If you are easily offended by profane language then be warned; there are several "F" bombs. Not a ton, but more than enough, and sadly most completely unneeded. If you can get past that then the book is quite good.
Read other books by this author and they were good. This one kinda hung around in my library for a long time. Finally I started it and whoa! what the...
Gripping, grinding, edge of your seat action and then all the sudden there are the heart wrenching twists and turns... yeah, no regrets. Brick does a 10 job on it too. I doubt seriously that you'll be disappointed.
The narration was too timid. It just put me to sleep
Nate should have been more Chuck Norris type
Plot was good. Jason was a funny guy
Out of all the books that I have listened to, this one was painful.