less facts and more action
I would be hesitant
good voice but not too expressive
I was pretty bored from the beginning and stopped listening after a few chapters, could not get my money back. I feel cheated.
Didn't read the print version.
Great spy mystery. Mark Greaney does a good job of tempering Tom Clancy's books. Clancy had too much going on, too many characters in too many different places. Every day I'd start listening, it took a while to figure out what was going on. I'm curious if Greaney finished the book after Clancy died, or if they worked together.
Yes, he continues to get better with each book. I didn't think he did that well in his first book, but is doing well now. Much better at changing his voice for different characters.
Not that I recall. The entire book was good.
Definitely recommend this book. One of the best.
simply put .I love listening to books. for over35 years now.My interest very love stories,fantasy novels, mysteries almost everything.
for yes how ?
the thought that could really happen that's scary.
the key thing to the books in listening library (abudiblebooks) is the voices, the voices behind the stories that gives it life.the answer to your question is, if I don't like the voice . i don't get the book.
the whole BOOKmove me it increase my weirdness.
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It's rare when I listen to two books from a series back to back -- I usually feel a need for a "listening palette" refresh after a long book, and if it's a really good series, I don't want to consume the books too fast. This time I made an exception. I had just listened to Locked On (book 14 in the series). It ended with a cliffhanger, leaving me rather irritated, but still very curious. I couldn't resist immediately launching into book 15, Threat Vector. I'm glad I did. Threat Vector is one of the best of this entire series. It includes heart stopping action scenes, interesting developments in the main characters' lives and a soul satisfying thrashing of the really bad guys.
Even though Threat Vector continues where Locked On leaves off, it is still a very different book. The threat to the US changes from Middle East terrorist organizations and nuclear weapons to the Chinese and cyber warfare. I got bogged down in parts of Locked On, while Threat Vector moves right along and consistently held my interest. And although character development isn't necessarily a key ingredient in Clancy's books, there really is character change and growth in this book.
Lou Diamond Phillips again serves to add color, tension and a wonderful pacing. Most of the earlier books would have been significantly improved if he had provided the narration from the very beginning.
I loved this book so much that I could not stop listening. On my 400 mile trip to Arizona I got a ticket because I did not notice the speed limit went from 75 to 65. I told the officer that I was listening to a Tom Clancy novel and he said that he loved his novels too. However he did admonish me to pay attention to the road more.