the plot was simplistic, the conversations between the two characters got too cute.
Cassidy's twany voice was annoying.
The book hust drobed on and splattered profanity throughout. Nothing could have made this a 4 or 5 for me.
I will still listen to this genre but not this author.
A waste of a credit.
Insanely entertaining read
The performance and story line, was on the edge of my seat, along with the characters.
Yes, the relationship that developed between the characters
Patrick Lattore, PHD
Very well done and certainly better than just reading it
Full of suspense with interesting characters
Listened to it on a nine hour drive, needed to finish at home
As good as the story is, the ending is not as good as it could be unless it comes back with a book two. Everything shouts for a sequel because of loose ends
Dog Enthusiast! Love the outdoors
David Baldacci has a hit with this one. Like I said like Jack but with alot more resources.Gives you a good idea what goes on behind the scenes in govt sinister doings.
I like the way they work together. I don't usually like multiple readers but this duo hits it off well
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.
Totally addicted to Audible.
This was not a bad book but not what I expected from Baldacci. Lame story and distracting narration left me wishing I had saved my credit.
If you love a good mystery, you will love “The Hit”. It is a true page turner. There in intrigue, government bureaucracy, conspiracy, double dealing, and unexpected twists and turns as the reader enters the worlds of Will Robie and Jessica Reel. This is not your normal mystery because the “bad guys” aren't your normal “bad guys” and “The Hit” has a totally different look at the end of the book.
I hate having to wait for the next installment. Heard it comes out in Nov.
Blue Man While this may seem a little strange that such a minor character is my favorite I identified with him most of all. He works in a huge bureaucracy of very dangerous people and seems to be the conscience of the agency. He finds a way to do the moral and "Right" thing in the middle of a bunch of incredibly powerful egotists.
I felt as if the characters were dynamically separate with definite unique nuance to each voice.
You never know when you are in the crosshairs.
Another home run from David Baldacci! I have read/listened to several of his books. Although the Camel Club series is my favorite, this one is running a close second and may move into first place.