One of the better listens in a long time. Andy Carpenter moves from defending dogs to actually defending a person. Great twists and turns with the normal humor and sarcastic comments from Carpenter. Grover Gardner is superb in his narration.
Andy Carpenter. I love his simple outlook on life and his easy going style. His humor keeps the book light and enjoyable.
Gardner is the best. His presentation of each character is right on and he presents the book in an easy to follow style.
I loved the twist at the end of the trial. I won't give it away but it is something you don't normally find in this type book.
Loved it and can't get enough of Rosenfelt.
I could not finish the book. It had the makings of an interesting book but Scott Brick totally ruined it. His narration ends every sentence as a dramatic statement. Every sentence is whispered. His ability to alter voices is non existence.
Choose anyone other than Scott Brick as the narrator.
Scott Brick must learn to read a book and let it flow. Believe it or not a statement such as "The Sun Was Shining" does not need a dramatic upturn at the end. It also does not require reading in a whispered voice. This guy is awful and I will never download another book read by Scott Brick.
Fire Scott Brick
Baldacci seems to have problems getting into his story. 2/3 of the way through the book he is still identifying new characters. My last Baldacci book.
Anything but Baldacci
Yes. Orlagh Cassidy was terrific and Ron McLarty was steady.
A new twist for the Prey books in that it featured more intrigue rather than the normal chop em up/cut em up storylines.
Absolutely. This was definitely a "can't stop listening" book.
Ferrone is one of the best. He seamlessly shifts between characters and makes each entertaining.
I think discovering that Kidd and Lauren were not what they appeared to be.
This is one of the best by John Sandford. I have always thought the Prey books were just so so and enjoyed the Virgil Flowers books much more. This book however, has made we impatient for the next Prey book.
One of the best.
John Corey and his humor. I can see Kate Mayfield rolling her eyes after some of his off the wall comments.
Scott Brick has great ability to alter his voice, however, he tries to put too much drama into his voice during normal presentation of conversations. Irritating.
Anxious during some of the battle scenes.
I don't know if this was a book about the history of the Federal Reserve but it certainly wasn't a book about the terrorist threats that we normally find Scott Horvath in. Thor seems to go in cycles, good book......bad book. This was definitely, in my opinion, a bad book.
Doesn't Change Voice
None were interesting.
I Shoulda Readit
All the authors books are very similar
Anyone, although if he would develop a different voice and tone for Cepak he wouldn't be so bad. Cepak sounds robotic and Danny sounds like a woosh.
I did not read the print version but the audible version was an excellent listen.
Horvath is an excellent character and easy to root for.
He brings a "patience" to his reading. He very patiently lays out each character and brings them to life.
I was thoroughly pleased with the book.
I could not get into this book at all. The story seemed interesting but the narrator was terrible. He seemed to end each sentence in a whisper as if he were reading the book to someone who was trying to doze off for the night. He was entirely too dramatic with every sentence. The narration completely spoiled this book and I did not finish it.
Picked a different narrator
I have listened to Brick before but this seemed to be completely different. Not a good listen at all.
A better story line
More interesting character flow. I could not finish the book
Too dramatic when drama wasn't appropriate
I couldn't finish the book. It was just boring.
Yes. I love Vince Flynn books and Mitch Rapp is my favorite. George Guidall is one of the best.
The return of Stan Hurley. I think it is a mistake for Flynn to write him out of the storyline. He is one of the more interesting characters and brings life to Mitch Rapps character.
No. The book really didn't flow very well and other than Mitch Rapp and Stan Hurley had no interesting characters. This is the first book by Flynn that I have not rated as 5 Stars.
Fictional characters do not have to age on the same time line as we all do. It appears that Flynn is trying to age Hurley and Rapp out and create a new character. Remember that story about the goose and the golden egg. Sometime it is better to slow the age process and continue along with the creative storyline we all enjoy.
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