I like Brad Thor. I've read to most of the books in this series. Some parts are real page turners and then things slow down and then pick up again. If you are into mysteries and thrillers, I would say spend a credit on this one. The narration is excellent!
It was done so well I almost felt like I was there. Like an observer.
I listened while driving from Yellowknife. NWT to Edmonton Alberta. Wow time flew by.
Meg for sure scared shaking and old memories but she got past it grabed the gun and took care of the terrorists one by one.
Just listen or read this book
I have been a lifelong fan of thrillers from Ludlum to Clancy. I decided to try Brad Thor and while I'm not prepared to put him in the class of those gentlemen I was nonetheless very pleased with this offering. also pleased with the work of Mr. Schultz. Good story, nice pace and reasonable detail.
Long commutes need something to remove the boredom! Love history, mysteries/thrillers, scifi and bios, but read a little bit of everything.
This is the second book in the Scott Harvath series and follows immediately on the tail of The Lions of Lucerne. This book has a myriad of twists and turns to keep the reader hooked and fills in a number of blanks which were left in the first book, ending with a twist that was hinted at but left opaque until the end. Armand Schultz continues offering a great performance. If you like the first book, then keep reading...
If you enjoyed the first book in this series this will be no different. This is not a cookie cutter thriller.
Although he seems to borrow heavily from the Mitch Rapp series. Fails miserably. After Vince passed away, I really wanted to like these books. I don't. Personally, I Cannot believe he hasn't ever been sued. The series feels like a copy, a bad copy.