Yes it is a long and fun book I could listen to it over and over again
Absolutley he was great!
The whole book. I thought I knew a lot about history but I learned something at almost every turn of the story!
No. But I will now.
The rest of the story.
Bill did a great job of reading this!
I absolutely loved the reading of Up Country. The story is one that regardless of a readers age is engaging. The two sides of the issues are great. My first impression was that Colonel Mang was evil and then as the story unfolds I realized he had a side to tell as well and the author did a great job of telling that side of the story.
The play between Brenner and Weber was great! In fact I want to know what happened to them. Mr. DeMille you need to write a follow-up novel or two these characters were great and played very well.
When I realized there was another side to the story of the war as told by the witness.
The entire motorcycle trip was great
There needs to be follow-up novels with these two characters they played very well.
I love the character developement, the title character is great with all his strengths and weaknesses
It was fun
I have not but will look for him in the future
I just finished listening to trigger city and I thought it was great! The hero is a down to earth big city type that is wonderfully read by Mr. Barrett. If you like Elvis Cole, Joe Pike or Wambaugh's characters you will love Trigger City
Wambaugh is back! I thought this book was great from the opening lines to the closing credits. I really hope he continues to write about these characters, it is fun thinking they are really out there. Rummel does a great job with the reading!
Huston is great and the narrator is fabulous
This is one of the best books Joe has written in years. I laughed until I cried and then I really did get sad in the end. Joe please bring this entire crew back for another book. I actually felt like they were friends.
The first of the Alex Delaware novels and a little more simplistic than others that followed. Still a great read.
I listened to this book on tape and found it very hard to follow. Perhaps actually reading the book and seeing the words and names would help.
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