As always another great prey book. I was afraid I was not going to see another new Lucas Davenport thriller. Great plot, believeable and yet tricky.
Who would have thought anyone could turn this business nightmare into a readable, can't wait to hear more type of story. Good read. Greed and avarice do incredible things to people. I certainly hope a lesson is learned.
Not a bad story but not great. From the beginning I waited for the author to tie the plot into an understandable package. In the end he figured the same thing I did from the first chapter. Why would anyone care after 40+ years. I kept listening hoping for a twist which would make me understand why the whole thing was even being pursued and was very disappointed to find that even the author couldn't come up with a plausible answer for caring.
Not bad but not as good as the prey series. I found Winters role a bit unbelievable. I would not rush to listen to the next Winter series.
Good listen from start to end. The narrator is great and the plot keeps moving. I also wish his other books were not abridged. Would definetely recommend this book to others.
This is not the type of book I generally listen to but I took the leap and am glad I did. The narration was excellent and the story was easy to get into and stay hooked.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this account of the submarine service during WWII. I would recommend it to anyone and will certainly listen to it again in the future
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