This is an OK book, but the story has a number of loose ends. Also, it seems to jump from one place to another with little meaning or direction. The ending is weak. Also, the "villain" is not well developed - seems to have been picked out of the blue.
I would recommend that one look for another book.
Personal preference: I prefer one narrator.
It was a little hard to get through all of it.
This is my first Baldacci book and I found it to be an excellent pick, I will definitely get another one, kept me on the edge of my seat
I'm not sure, but the main character Will Robie is a very interesting character, hope he continues this series
Didn't like anything about the performance, there were points where I couldn't tell which character was talking because he couldn't change his voice, the woman had the same voice for every character
No,but it was excellent
Make this character and this book into a movie, Jennifer Lawrence as Jessice Reel and Jeremy Renner as Will Robie
Awesome!, Intriguing!, Captivating!
No other, Stands on it's own...!
LOVED the Whole Book!!!
No, But the Story kept me captivated thru the Entire Story!!!
PLEASE KEEP!! Ron McLarty & Orlagh Cassidy as Narrators!! LOVE THEM!!! Ron is Will Robie & John Puller!!
LOVEEEE THEM BOTH,,,,Will Robie & John Puller!!!!!!
I love to read espionage and criminal thrillers. My lifestyle doesn't allow time to sit and read so audio books is really an enjoyment.
This book had an espionage aspect to it that I really enjoyed
Every battle that Robie got into, he was always out numbered. He proved to do a lot of thinking on his feet all the time.
This was my first book of Ron's.
I really liked when Robie figured he needed to be in Canada instead of Ireland.
I think this story suffered from the lack of enthusiastic narration, the story is excellent, the narration left me feeling like I missed something. The characters are wonderful, admirable, but it just doesn't really ever take off. I enjoyed the details, the inner workings of the characters, but the narration did not do the story justice. I enjoy Baldacci, and will continue to follow his work, I think if I read this book I would have enjoyed it more.
Not what I have grown to expect from Baldacci. Almost didn't finish it. Only worth it if you get it for free.
Predictable and irritating narrators. If you want to read how someone is going to 'gun up,' then this might be for you.
The plot and characters were very interesting. The concept of sending one assassin to hunt another was an interesting twist and the way the relationship between prey and hunter turns out is interesting.
I liked the addition of the Jessica Reel character, an interesting twist adding another strong female character to an already strong female cast of characters with Nicole Vance and Julie Getty. However, I was somewhat disappointed that the storyline seemed to stray from any real focus on Vance and Getty as they became extraneous to a large degree. Their mentions early on were all but unnecessary to anyone who had read the first book. Their role was so minimal it almost seemed awkward at times.
Again with the sound effects? Really? And someone please help McClarty learn more about military and paramilitary terminology. Cassidy's performance of the Jessica Reel character was nice, but she seems to flip flop the accents of Reel and Vance in the third book. But for those who have not yet read it, it will not impact your listening in this book.
Not an option for me.
I love his books. The narrators are wonderful. They really make you feel like your in the story with the characters. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
Surprise is the best description of the twists and turns of Roby and Reel. The biggest was the deception of the agency in the Hit which was carried out, but not as expected at HQ The biggest disappointment was when the couple was comprised, the perp, who caused the comprimse was obvious and wasn't dealt with. Maybe in the next book.