I have listened to 100 audiobooks and this was my favorite
I liked it better than his first Puller book
I kept trying to make my dog walks longer so I could keep listening.
Introducing the numerous characters in the audio edition a real plus.
The last chapters as the questions are answered.
Ron's voice at times was hard to listen to.
Easy listening engaging
Very actualized with the day to day life seem very realistic I liked from the beginning to the end fantastic drama!!
Both are good they give life to characters!!
Keep me awake my heart beating fast for the next action
This is the second book I have listened to by David Balacci. I find my self "making time" to listen to this book. Finished way to fast this way. But, loved it!
Not one of his best, but it moves along and will keep most interested until the end. After reading several books by this author, I'm beginning to see similar characters and similar patterns of storyline. The leading men are always very tall and handsome and muscular and basically MacGyver-ish in their skill sets and Sherlock Holmes on steroids in their ability to figure things out.....with minimal clues. The women are athletically gorgeous and tough and sexy. Not a bad read if you don't expect to be wowed and on the edge of your seat.
preseverence, humility, teamwork
Insight into Puller's character.
Two of the most excellent narrators in the audio arena. Anyone can narrate, but these two bring the characters to life!
I hope this is a character Mr. Baldacci plans to keep around!
Entertaining, believable & the Good guy wins ...
Voices are very important. They can make an agerage book sound better.Great job!
Interesting. Action-packed. Informative.
The freeing of the captives.
They are good, but I don't find the woman's voice as pleasant.
It shows the horror of human slavery, in this day and age.
To Mr. Baldacci: Thank you and keep writing!!! Please.