The sugar sweet prose praising, complimenting and never ending superlatives for Louis were annoying by listening hour two, nerve grating by hour four, fingernails on blackboard by hour six and I stopped listening about 8 hours in.
The action adventure stuff was incredible, but is was just too, too much with how wonderful and perfect our hero was.
The storyline is just OK, but the nonsensical dialogue and interaction between a Brigadier General and a CWO (that the author repeatedly and erroneously refers to as enlisted, rather than not a commissioned officer, but certainly outranking the enlisted) is so farcical as to make the last half of the book almost unreadable.
Actually, if I didn't have a thing about leaving books unfinished...
Save yourself the time and credit. This author has never served and has no idea of military culture, despite the fact his main character is active Army. What a waste of almost 13 hours.
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