What a disappointment
The Story has absolutely no body and the direction is so drawn out and boring. Not a book that is worth recommending to a friend. The narrating by Rupert Degas is VERY good and I will find other books he has done.
Om my gosh NO not anything relating to Chris Kyle.
Narrated by John Pruden - Yes he made the book worth finishing.
No No No! Chris is from Texas where everything is always bigger better faster. Pity I cannot give away spoilers and Prove this guy is a glory seeker in the best form. He did mention in the book about the gun imprinted on his sights - so true.
John knew where the story had to go and he took it there with a very solid performance. I am going to find a good book he narrated to fully enjoy his work.
Chris Kyle. He is just not worth reading about. I read an article about the book and the glory he claimed, they advised against reading the book but stubborn me had to read it. Proven in the story it was all a numbers game.
I was really disappointed and expected a true Hero not gloating. I have read less fiction in Red Country.
I am halve way through and enjoying the story immensely. I must just criticize Tim Gerard Reynolds his reading is on the bottom of the scale of all the books I have listened to. If not for the captivating story, I would have put it down based on his reading. Looking forward to the rest of the book and series. Great book Mr. M.J. Sullivan
If I played it on mute.
Never, Will not spent time reading the reviews.
The book is not worth the time spent listening to it. I firmly believe of always giving a book the benefit as some start slower than others and work in a certain direction. The amount of time I have heard "What you will get from this book" just irritated me and I can honestly not believe Nicole thinks she is helping anyone? If only I could ask for a refund!
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