Intriguing story but the narrator was not the best. Not much difference in character voices made it hard to figure out who was talking. Aside from the narrator I did enjoy the story.
Just as a side note Audible needs to have two separate ratings for the story and the narrator. I would've given the following in that case.
Story 5 stars once I get past the voices I enjoyed the ride.
Narrator 3 stars not bad just not as entertaining as some of the others I've heard.
Runnette's performances are great! I've only listened to his work with Tufo but I will explore his other work.
Talbot of course.
I just finished the audiobook and all I can say is wow. I can't really say I knew what was coming but I had an idea. Even so the way you tell the story and Runnette gives life to your words I was so caught up I forgot that I ever had an idea what was gonna happen. It's been a while since inward so caught up in a story that I was disappointed it came to an end. Well done!
I've come to enjoy the highly detailed descriptions of events the Clancy is known for so I've been slightly disappointed by his latest "short" books. This doesn't mean they are not good just a little different. He seems to have a sixth sense when it comes to the terrorists. The once Kicked around title "in plain sight" is accurate in the book and in real life.
Lou Diamond Phillips is a great narrator, I will look for more of his work as well.
Even though the time frame is generations ago this is a fantastic book. This comes from a big techno-file. It amazes me this came from so long ago.
Powerful story of the soldiers with very limited politics. No completely blatant Bush bashing but there is a twinge of a liberal swing. But forget that because it is barely noticeable and the stories of the soldiers involved is very powerful.
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