Yes, the plot did keep me entertained but not to the point of sitting on the edge of my seat.
To me Scott Brick is the voice of Issaic Bell. He has just the right innotation for the character.
Sunil Malhotra conveyed the different characters perfectly. The story covered quite a few characters and he depicted them so you felt as though you were there with them.
Yes I would. The story was truly interesting and gave insight to how a small town can band together. Lots of jucy secrets revealed.
When Hildy came to her conclusion that her drinking was way out of control nad how she delt with it.
I loved her voice. She really made me believe she was Hildy.
When the young boy was found and the connection he had with the horse.
Mary Beth Hurt should do more audio books !!! She was fantastic.
Informative, infuriating and enlighting
When Rachael spoke of the nukes we had just wasting away with fuses that were rendered useless due to lack of attention.
How far our military has lapsed into nowhere.
Yes, I think I would listen to it again. There was so much information given in this book that never made the newspapers. The research on this topic has been flawless. No stone was left unturned to tell the whole truth as to what really happened that fateful day. The back story to this event is truly fascinating and holds your interest the entire time.
Well that's hard to answer....... I feel as though Vince has run out of things to write about Mitch. Vince has to reverted to reinventing the early days when Mitch started with the CIA.We have been down this road already.
Yes, I would recomend it to friends who haven't already been introduced to Mitch Rapp. This way they can start at the beginning of the saga.
I love George Guidall's performance. To me he is the voice of Vince Flynn telling the story. I particularly like the gruffness in his voice. I really lends to the characters he portrays in the book.
I wish Vince would find a new angle to tell the Mitch Rapp story. Or maybe he can come up with another spy for us to fall in love with.
This was an enjoyable story. I was pleasantly surprised with the back story in the book. I'm a big baseball fan and chose it because of the baseball theme that the title suggests. Lots of twists. It's a modern story that was well described. I like to listen to a book a second time because there are times when my mind wanders. Not because of the narrator but because I listen to books all the time when I'm driving in the car.
I did like this story and I'm glad that it didn't remind me of the Twilight series. I can't wait for the second book to to released.
I really enjoyed this audio. At times it seemed a bit long but I really enjoyed the story. Especially since a was still a little young when Kennedy was shot. I remember the shooting but it was fun to get some background which isn't spoken about that often.
I'm a big fan of Ellen but this book is such a rip off. Shame on her for publishing a misch mosch of verbal nonsense. It's boring and if she had listened to her own words she would have pulled it off the shelves.
I'm listening to Steven King's 11-22-63
No I don't think so.
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