Silva-The captain is great as are the generals but this character seems to just hit home. He sometimes seems dumb but that is far from the reality. EVERYONE should sift the characters and be prepared for a wonder ride.
The narator is perfect and needs to stay on. I bet he wouldn't quit anyhow because he wants to turn each page and see what happens next.
If everyone on Audible could pick one book to start a series then volume one of 7 so far is the perfect place to start. I love Cussler and Lee Child but overall this is the best series. I can never turn the I-TOUCH off.
Uniquely talented actor
He kept my attention
If I had had the time perhaps I might have tried but the book was too long
I always enjoyed Stewarts skills. The book helped me get to know the person. I have found few actors I enjoyed more over the years.
The whole series of Andy books should be heard by all. I would recommend this book to all of the Audible Universe.
Actually it took me two days to finish listening. The plot, characters, language as pronounced by the narrator were outstanding. Andy never gets old.
I can not wait for the next book.
As soon as a new book is released I immediately wait for the next one. I have always been pleased with the characters moving in and out of the chapters. I don't know how the author keeps everything moving like he does. Maybe submarines are coming soon as the alliance keeps coming up with new weapons. The torpedo was a game changer in this one.
So in a word, YES I recommend this book and it would be a shame that an avid reader has not started getting to know the characters from the first moment of the first book.
I like Silva. He keeps coming into each story when a light or serious moment is needed.
He does a great job and is clearly the voice of the series.
Yes. I finished it in 4 days. I love a long book when it is so interesting.
I wonder what devious plans the Japanese Admiral will come up with next. It is hard to imagine that in a real society that this guy would not have been executed or ended his life himself. He just suffered one heck of a pasting.
I would not tell anyone this one is a must listen
The Gray Man
It has some possible merit for TV
The narration was very good
I liked how the characters weaved in and out. I was not surprised of the relationship the leads developed. I thought the addition of the sound effects made the story better as did using two narators.
Always pretty well done
No to either question but it did keep me interested and I finished it in two days which is unusual for me.
The first half up to the court denying the final appeal
The second half was predictable up to Texas keeping the law as written after the dust up about the innocent man being executed. It ends up being a political cause book.
He always does a good job
Two to three stars at most
I enjoyed Jake being woven into the story at just the right times. The Brie leading lady is the books focus and is also a good character
I Listened to Angel Eyes and she was excellent in both books. I hope a number three performance for her is upcoming. The narrator keeps you listening if they are good.
Visions of Heaven
This one is it had a bad moment was that I expected more of the heavenly battle scene. Michael is introduced and described and when the battle comes where is he ? The Brie scenes dragged a little more in this book than had been the case in Angel eyes. The book kept my attention and I wish it had ended a little later. Hopefully there will be one more story on the way to Audible.
It could have been better if the AWOL soldier had not been blown up too early.
This book ran out of gas at the halfway mark. The narrator did not do a good job when he moved away from the main characters voice. The last 25 % was predictable and the ending was anticipated. Rosenfelt is great when he does the Andy Carpenter criminal law stories but I hope this character is not repeated.
I guess the best thing would be for a new Andy story to come out quickly so as to wash this effort away.
No I would not re-listen only because I only listen once. But if I had to pick one why not this one
Where Our hero played Russian Roulette with the Wolf.
The story was really three stories in one. The Hero Jack had his rules to live by and sometimes let them slide a bit. The Atlantic City robbery and it's unfolding was well constructed, especially Jacks several times escaping his own end and the backdrop story of a foreign bank job gone bad with it's relationships all kept me in the book.
If the author's next book would use the same main character and narrator I for one would snap it up.
something for everyone
He brings every character to stunning life
It had humor,action,developed characters and romance. I will wait for book 2 and hope it comes out in a hurry.
I have enjoyed lots of Audible offerings but only a few have kept me listening so that I did not want to turn on the TV. I just wanted to see how the book proceeding racing toward an unknown finish.
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