Radio and TV boy.... And loves to listen to Audible
Puller once again gets himself tied up in a situation that seems impossible to find a way out of alive.
The first of the John Puller series.
Intense suspense, and a vivid feeling of exactly what these characters should sound like.
I couldn't stop listening... It's 4am, and now I can finally sleep!
Definitely a close second
There are too many memorable moments to pick just one.
The narrators are superb. I have enjoyed many books and if the narrator is boring it makes the novel boring. I have been having a terrible time listening to the lastest Patricia Cornwell books because of the reader.
Some parts brought a few tears to my eyes.
Worth a listen!!! Can't wait for another John Puller novel.
Yes, well written and important topic.
The will of the individual seeking his sister.
I wish she were more vocally versatile.
No, just interested.
I did listen to this again - because I found the characters' depths intriguing.
My favorite scene was where they're on the ship with explosions and bullets flying.
The ending will blow you away!
I enjoy being surprised.
I love the John Puller character, especially how he has to deal with his Dad's Alzheimer's. Only bad thing is that this character parallels the Jack Reacher character. Any chance you two guys could write a book together with John and Jack? It would be awesome!!
It was a pleasant diversion on a long road trip. But nothing more.
No. I'd be embarrassed if my friends knew I'd read it.
Yes, they read the previous book in this series. It was about the same.
No. It is already a follow-up, and much of the story was the same. That made it disappointing. There wasn't any real character development from one book to the next.
Don't waste your time or credits. Read the first one if you like this genre, but definitely skip the sequel.
The Story was well written and the Narrators make it even better. I DID listen to it twice
Obvious.. Puller. the General was not bad either
They coule tone down the sound effects a little. Narrators Make or break it, they provide a positive experience.. Well DOne
Just one big cliché after another. The hero is VERY GOOD, the bad guys are VERY BAD, the local police are idiots who are not only incompetent but also biased against the hero for absolutely no apparent reason. ALL the women are beautiful and want to jump into bed with the hero. Oh, and of course, the hero is too nice a guy to take the women up on their offers.
The story is MUCH longer than it should be, giving details that are mundane and recounting clichés to make the hero seem even more ideal. Even the hero's supposed imperfections are enviable.
And we all know that the hero, Puller, is very similar to Lee Childs', Jack Reacher. All in all I feel the credit I used for this story was a bad choice, but at least I know that the author is not one that I will consider in the future.
McLarty okay, Cassidy irritating