Totally addicted to Audible.
Just when you think this hero can't get any better - he does! More dimensions to this character are revealed and he becomes so wonderfully human. This author can't write fast enough to suit me!
Lovely story line
I was pleased
He really does a good job
I thought the scene in the house with Nate and Lauren was poignant
Story moved quickly, adding more facets with each chapter and holding onto the listeners curiousity. Not predictable.
The young girl (main character's off-sider plus) was suspicious in her abilities but cute in her neediness, she keeps you guessing.
Fast Different Connected
Not an extreme emotive ride, but keeps you on the edge of chair with minimal strings pulled.
It's a enjoyable journey, always looked forward to getting back to it.
The plot; the characters; the action; the reading. I normally am a great fan of Dick Hill but I got the feeling he did not know what to do with this book and was over compensating. I need something that is a little more believable and with a touch of finesse I guess.
Why does a paid professional take a kid with him on a mission? He wouldn't
All of it
That was about the best part of the book but bad material is just that.
All of it. Stash the kid in a safe spot then go kick butt.
I was extremely excited when I saw that there was another Nathan Mcbride book. It is a good book on its own but when you compare it to the other 2 book preceding this one, you can't help but feel that it is lacking in as much excitement. There is still good amount of action but it feels lacking in this book. Good listen though overall. Dick Hill continues to do his thing and do it well.
The Best !! The first and second Nathan McBride books were both 5 Star's this book was captivating, every minuet.
Brad Thor and Ben Ceos, similarly themed, covert military special opps guy taking out bad guy's with political intrigue and romance too.
Dick Hill is fantastic, here as always his diction and character voices fit perfectly and you forget your listening freeing you to louse yourself in the story.
Yes I couldn't stop.
Cant wait for book 4
I had read the other Nathan McBride books and enjoyed them, so I figured that "Option to Kill" would be just as enjoyable. Alas, I was wrong. I was already a Dick Hill fan from his narrations of Lee Child's books, but I have to say: the Peterson-Hill combination here is nothing short of exceptional! Suspenseful to the point of hand-wringing and nail-biting, this third book in the series is clearly the best yet. Nathan McBride's tough-guy with good morals character is beautifully written (and well-performed), and the introduction of a young kidnapped damsel-in-distress is a great addition. Highly recommended!
Already have listen to 3 (at the time, all that are available). Enjoyed all of them
Author, rabid Audible listener.
Nathan McBride is back and this time there is a girl involved. She is so involved, in fact, that Nathan takes her on a wild journey with gunfights and murderous enemies.
The story begins with Nathan receiving a text with a mysterious message. A girl texts him to let him know she has been kidnapped. Nathan tracks this girl down and then the plot thickens as they dart around San Diego, then various cities throughout California.
Harv and Holly are basically minor supporting roles in this outing so it is just Nathan and the girl. The girl is surrounded in mystery (how does she know Nathan's code name and private number?) and the murderous men who kidnapped her are running a very strange operation.
Actually, I liked the story, enjoyed the plot and Dick Hill once again did a great narration. Here is where the book lost me. The girl is very smart and her need to stay close to Nathan and be protected is what allows the story to have Nathan taking her to gunfight after deadly gunfight.
No matter what this girl went through, Nathan's taking her on this journey of destruction was completely implausible. Harv and Holly certainly would not approve and I just couldn't get it out of my head either.
This is actually an interesting story and I do like the Nathan McBride series but I was really bothered by how unrealistic it would be to put this girl into the situations they did.