The ending...a great way to wrap up the hard to hear story and realize that it could possibly still be not just fiction.
Orlagh Cassidy, really hit the voice of the General! Spot ON!
Baldacci, is top of my list in his story lines. Makes you really look at the world around you with different eyes.
“Never To Suffer Would Never To Have Been Blessed" - Edgar Allan Poe
Unique Plot Twist Synonymous With Previous Baldacci Instant Classics. Highly Recommended Audio Download. Sound Effects Were Appropriate And Timed Exceptionally Well.
The John Puller series is action packed and the narrators are awesome! The special effects are also a great addition. I hope another Puller book will be forthcoming.
These two narrators work seamlessly together and their voices are so well matched. I hope to find many more books of their work together. Fabulous narrators!
The book is too long for one sitting but it is very hard to put down.
Overall a good book..........will probably go back and read the first one in the series. A bit impausible in spots.............a General participating in a "breaking and entering" to help out a friend????
Sound effects were annoying but most of all, the female voices were beyond irritating. Each one was worse than the last one. I have heard other narrations by Orlagh Cassidy where she is using her natural voice and they are fine......obviously she has a problem with multiple characters.
The synopsis of this book does not do it justice. I was very pleased with the content of this book and how good trumps evil. The characters were interesting and there were many twists and turns and for me a surprise ending.
Another satisfied Baldacci book reader.
Oh yes. Always a new clue
No. I thought they were excellent
Never give up
Can't wait for my next selection:)
Made the characters not seem like superheroes
Did not care for characters
Asked what in the world Baldacci was thinking.
Can't believe I listened to book thinking it wouLd get better. It did not. Wasted my time.
I am a big fan of Baldacci, and McLarty and Cassidy add great voices to this latest John Puller book. Puller is a typical Baldacci hero; strong, unbreakable, agile, smart and all-powerful. He is no nonsense and quick on his feet. Cassidy has plenty to do in this book, with two main female characters, both of whom are a match for John Puller. The story is action packed, complete with interesting and varied characters, and I am happy to plug in a Baldacci book and go along for the ride.
It's on the better end, solid story, interesting characters and an inventive plot.
The main character was interesting, I would look for more in the series.
The voices were great, characters were differentiated well and none of the accents or dialects were over exaggerated.
The whole book was pretty well paced and interesting.
I would read/listen to more in the series.