This one has great characters. I'm a huge Lee Child fan, and Nathan McBride is refreshingly more realistic / human than Reacher. This book has some great characters in it, and a non-stop storyline. Not as predictable as the Reacher books have become.
The story was fast moving but too detailed at times. I think a person who is interested in weapons would be okay with those details. There were surprises throughout. Nathan is a great character. I thought the narrator did a terrible job at the female voices. Plus they all sounded alike to me. He was good with men's parts.
Love to learn and get lost in a good story! Audible allows me to fill some of my downtime with new experiences, adventures and knowledge!
Dick Hill is great clear easy to follow and smooth, the story keep it's main characters down to a manageable level. And the author will teach you interesting stuff without trying to impress you.
Nathan the hero is a flawed haunted honorable man. He makes the decisions you hope you would decide to make. This book really took off in a heartbeat and if you didn't jump on board fast the story was going to pass right by you. I wanted to get swept up in the action and I was.
I liked the the part where the vet stepped up and helped another vet. Respect between those who serves resonates with me
It's Coyote Season
I am now listening to the 4th of this series.
Absolutely, he's the best!
I think Dick Hill could read you the phone book and make it mildly interesting, this had to be a tough one for him.
Yes but...... You must suspend your reality check list with this one. I generally like this type of book, especially Vince Flynn's works. However, this book by Andrew Peterson uses our hero just a little, or a lot, depending on you view, in a very unrealistic way far to many times. I can't point out much without spoilers. Dick Hill is a great reader / performer but in this one he just over does the hysterical parts with a lot of whining by the character.
Drug out and very predictable.
No. Listen to it and you will know why.
Narrated by Dick Hill in the same tone and professional manner of all his work, he brings Nathan McBride to life. You listen and think Nathan himself is recalling the story. I have review the first two McBride novels and feel Andrew Petetson has produced his best work to date. I love seeing Nathan's human side opposed to his Marine/CIA side that really can't be separated.
When young Lauren texts Nathan saying she has been kidnapped he knows it's no hoax. Lauren gets his attention by using his secret CIA code name. Nathan leaps into action trying to find and protect Lauren. He immediately finds himself in the middle of a situation he doesn't fully understand. But as McBride is never in over his head he heeds the call and the thrill commences.
Option to Kill is the Best McBride book to date. It is a great listen and makes you want more.
This book was purchased with my own money for review.
I've never enjoyed Dick Hill's work...but sometimes the material made it worth tolerating his bizarre tough-guy affect. But the more I hear him, the more he just sounds like a caricature of a human being. And when the writing is as cheesy as it feels in this one, well, I'm just done. I enjoyed some of his Peterson's earlier work, but this felt like paint-by-numbers writing. I made it to Chapter 8...just because I was too busy to turn it off. But, as of now...stick a fork in it...this one's done. *sigh*
Lover of life and lover of books! I read/listen to a wide range (many) but my favorite non fiction are self-help and autobiographies.
Unlike normal 'super hero' books. The story is much different than the others in the Nathan McBride series but with enough similarity.
Amazing ability to display the character as he illustrates and narrates the book.
Laughter over some of the statements of Lauren and yes I cried a few times.
Best in the series!