Tired as I am of Sand Land tales, I listened to this book solely on the strength of Brick as Corey. Who cares about the plot? It's all about the narrator doing his best sarcastic Corey. Brick narrating DeMille books about anything other than John Corey? Not so much. It's obvious to me that Corey is Brick's favorite character to narrate...
Now I'm ready to delve into the series. I almost always like Scott Brick's narration (yes, there have been some exceptions), so that's what prompted me to try a new (for me) author. It was a good move.
It amazes me that two men, one with a 30-inch inseam and the other with a 36-inch inseam, can both wear a third man's trousers and have them fit...
P.S. Did this story end abruptly or what?
...complete with silly characters. Nice little twist at the end. Could use more Darcy, however.
It's called, "Find the inconsistencies in WEB Griffin books." I'll start. (Ships, planes and guns are beyond my ken, so I can't speak to them.) LT Weston is given an address in Philadelphia complete with zip code. The USPS introduced the zip code in 1963. Hmmmm.
I like this series. The best line, used over and over, is, "The guy who looks like Howard Hughes." Chortle...
The storyline is typical of the author...not very deep...you need not think too much about what's going on. Unfortunately, Paul Costanzo is a rather bad narrator and Renee Raudman isn't much better. (We get spoiled by the really good narrators.)
...but a pleasant enough way to help getting through the house-cleaning and laundry chores I love so much.
Another waste of time and money. A book full of losers and idiots. Even the relatively good narration couldn't save this one.
...but I figured it out way too soon. Tami Hoag writes good books. David Colacci did a good job narrating. Makes for pleasant listening.
Had to find the Bram Stoker work after listening to this book. Love it when a book makes me want to explore further. Scott Brick used his whiny voice too often. Too bad.
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