very good read
It wasn't predictable
They are easy to listen to. They are two of my favorite readers.
Yes, it flows easily.
Ron has the right voice to make character sound real. I like having a female voice for the female characters.
Look beneath paradise for what you don't want to know.
The story was fine. The characters come to life, however I do not think all the killing was necessary to make the book interesting. A bit of an overdose on macho.
Intriguing , suspenseful , mystery
I like them together in this book
John puller is my hero and there should be more books with him , he's smart , tough and would make anyone feel safe
In the top 20
Its pace was good, nothing was overly obvious
No particular favorite
No, it held my interest.
yeah, this is a great story with a great plot and great action.
other Baldacci books and even books by authors Crais and Connelly
yeah, they do a great job...just not sure what I thought about the added sound effects
no, listened on my drive to and from work and while working out
I listened to the audio version of this book. First, it was a typical great story we expect from Baldacci. I am a fan of Baldacci and like most of his books and the characters from his books. This was the 2nd book for Army CSI guy, John Puller. There were great twists and turns and finding some of the "bad guys" was surprising. In the audio version we even got some sound effects, which was kind of funny at times but not sure what I thought of that part. As for the reviews saying this was like a Jack Reacher book, I'm not sure. I have only read a few of those so not a lot to go on but I do like Puller's character and after reading so many thrillers/mysteries over the years I'm bound to run into story similarities from time to time. This book does deal with the sad subject of human trafficking and slavery, which made me shudder at the thought. There was also a very high body count in this book but still a great thriller type book with lots of action that made for a fun one to listen to while driving to/from work.
Well written,McLarty & Cassidy are great team.
The Witness, my favorite by Baldacci
Great acting skills.
At the top of the list for listening involvement and suspense.
Yes. Never knowing what to expect next.
They give the characters more personality.
Some smiles, some violence.
Great car trip book. Just don't forget to stop for gas!
Retired high level IT manager with the Federal Government worldwide. Love to travel and do photography. Have lived on 6 continents. Love to listen to audiobooks while we are driving.
Always wondered where the next turn would take us
Excellent narrators, good emotion in their voice
I spend a lot of hours on the road and love audiobooks. I also love Mitch Rapp books. Having heard all of them numerous times, I decided to try something different but in a similar vein. Other books I have enjoyed are nonfiction military stories and spy novels.
This book was such a disappointment. I didn't mind the sound effects (broke up the monotony) or the narration. The problem is the story. The author clearly has no military experience, nor would he stoop to asking a military person to advise him. There is a character that is a Brigadier General in the Army, and never lets you forget either of them. NO ONE in the military talks like that! Do some research.
The story drags on with very little to say. I realize that this is the unabridged version, but that does not excuse this rambling. It is as if the author wrote a perfectly cohesive and enjoyably captivating story and the publisher said, "What's this? 400 pages? Make it 2300 and you've got a deal. Oh yeah--be sure to leave unanswered questions like 'Lost'."
My recommendation to anyone interested is to start with Vince Flynn and skip this.
I've not been a big fan of Baldacci from previous book days. But since I've been audiobook reformed I have enjoyed what I've listened to. This one I enjoyed.
One thing audiobooks can do is put personality into what would be a slow starter. I think that's the case with this one.