There is nothing better than a series of books with a main character you can identify with and a group of supporting characters that fit well and add to the storyline because we either despise them or love them.
As a fan of black ops books I want a series...a LONG series if possible, because I don't want to let go of a kick*** operative after a single adventure. Brad Thor provides us with Scott Harvath and he is that guy.
Armand Schultz has been great to this point and, not to knock him in any way, I am very much looking forward to the story telling Holy Grail...George Guidall.
Awesome work Mr. Thor! I'll be starting the next book in the series now.
Compelling story keeps me going, but Harvath's constant, juvenile bickering with the CIA just comes across as obnoxious and smug. Scott is always a smartass, but it goes way over the top in this book. Ok Scott, you hate Morell from CIA, we get it. Now, grow up and hunt the terrorists.
I've never been tempted to stop listening to a Brad Thor book before this one.
I know this is fiction but the whole premise seemed implausible and I found scott the hero a little irratating. I read this after code of conduct which was a great book and I know realize perhaps the character was much matured in that more recent book
Keven & Marianne
If you like thrillers this is a must read book series. Packed full of high intensity and sarcastic humor. It's everything an avid book listener loves to experience!
I believe its ranking is one the top in all that I have read.
So far all of Brads books have kept me interested and when completed wanting to read the next in the series
Loved all his female voices the performed, but Scott is by far my favorite
No it is just right now
Can a civilian, like Ms. Cassidy, undergo a short period of training and be sent to highly dangerous missions? On the plane, she was in survival mode.