If I were the type to re-listen a book, I would. The story was great and kept me wanting to listen longer!
Only one other. This one compares favorably.
I liked that it dealt with current issues regarding computer security and the Chinese threat.
Lou Diamond Phillips does another great job of making the characters come alive.
Mitch Rapp is a "man's man" Ken Kaliban's voice emasculates him! His high pitched voice turns Mitch into a pathetic whiner. Further, Kaliban has little sense of timing; i.e., he doesn't know when to speak in a forceful way or in a more natural tone, many times feigning anger when the context does not call for it. Particularly irritating is his technique of starting a sentence out strong and loud and then ending it in almost a whisper. Once or twice is okay but he does it with almost every sentence.
I suffered through the terribly irritating narration only because the story was good and I didn't want to miss the installment in the series. No need for you to do the same: buy the book but skip the audio!
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