I'm a technology junkie, but even other non-techie audible listeners whom I am acquainted; say this is one of the best novels they've heard. The narrator, John Bedford Lloyd did a great job of defining the voices of the characters in medieval time.
No question, it starts out as a typical Ludlum suspense thriller, but it was too long, and failed to keep me as interested as his other novels. I found myself skipping past a lot of the minutiae; however his plot was well constructed, and the story was worth reading for sure.
One of the best I've heard yet. Great plot, well thought out characters and Paul Michael is one of the best narrators.
I have read quite a few of Tom Clancy's books, and this is his worst. But even at his worst it's not that bad.
This was my first audible book from Audible.com. It was why I decided to stay on as a customer, as it was intriguing, suspenseful and kept me wanting more.
From the start this book grabs you and you don't want to stop listening to know what happens next; however it appears the author had to finish quickly because the ending is poorly conspired. But I enjoyed it very much.
If you don't mind all the details of weapons type, organizational policy, and human instincts then this is one of the best books written on the subject of how the FBI works. David Baldacci did a super job. (Just skip by the details if they bore you) :-)
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