but, in a good way. The prose is commendable and the narrator kept me engaged. So if you are repelled from this book for having seen the film already, don't be.
A good read, but not as captivating as the first in the series. I am intrigued to finish the trilogy and to discover if the story continues on its trajectory. Note - thanks to Carolyn McCormick for dropping that baby voice she used when speaking for Katness in the first book. She's a teenager, not a toddler.
I really enjoyed this book and I was especially pleased to discover the voice of Lou Diamond Philips. I was skeptical going in, but Lou did a smashing job and I would now consider him amongst my top 3 Audible narrators. This book is worth a listen for this reason alone, but I will also add that as a first time Clancy reader, you don't need to know the back story to enjoy this one. Story is contemporary and characters are dimensional. I recommend this one.
I had a hard time getting used to the mechanical style of the narrator at first, but his voice and style soon won me over. I work in tech and was really impressed with the author's research and vision for technologies potential for evil. l don't want to print a spoiler, so all I will say is that I enjoyed the ride, but was left unfulfilled in the end.
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