No one can narrate Silva's books better than Phil Gigante.
Every thing Silva writes is perfection.
Not suited to Silva's books.
Fabulous in every way! One of the best narrations ever! These guys should turn all of The Bard's plays into novels!
Gwynne's anglo moralistic and cultural superiority ruins this book. At war, all men are "hostiles" and commit hideous crimes against humanity. I read this book during the recent murder, decapitation and likley torture and rape by a white guy in Ohio of a mother, her two children and her friend. Growing up, all gang rapes that actually made it into the news, yes, by white guys. And none of this in the context of war! I will never read Gwynne's biased works again.
So unlike her other great books.
The best thing to ever happen to this series is the narration by John Lee!!!
Fabulous tale and wonderful narration.
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Great dialogue. And an engrossing story, the backdrop of which should never be forgotten.
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