I also enjoy books by this author. I have no clue how he comes up with what he does. The audio version was good but I could do without the gunshots and hits along with the music. Just give me the book without the hoopla. As we know the slave trade is still going strong and this book plays on that. I thought the story was quite believable and well written. John Puller is a man I would want on my side if I was in trouble. If you like any of this authors books than you will like this one.
Narrators were fine but the sound effects are a distraction from the performance. I would have given it five stars without the sound effects.
I like the series and the story line of all the books so far. I little cheesy sometimes with some of the dialogue. And come on an MP that's been to Ranger school and was part of the cadre at one time. Oh and hanging out with a 1 star, jumping in the sack to boot. It's a bit of a stretch.
Another fantastic Puller book. The storyline is twisty and full of emotion. Bad guys are bad! A couple of unexpected events round out the outcome.
Loved it. Hurried to down load The Escape and searched for other books narrated by these two. Could have done without the sound effects though.
David Baldacci does it again. The story gripped my attention from the first words until it ended. I really enjoy the John Puller character, even though he borders on perfect and invincible at times, which can be a turnoff if overdone. Both narrators bring the characters to life in a most satisfying fashion. All in all, this was a great listening experience.
I loved the storyline. However, I had just finished listening to the previous book in the series and the female voice sounded identical to the character in the previous book. So instead of hearing a new character I kept thinking about the one from the previous book. Other than that very enjoyable.