I think I would have to say in my top 25.
I wouldn't go so far as to say the edge of my seat good, but it was enjoyable. This Rambo was one bad mother (shut your mouth) type of guy that was just pushed too far. And he showed the sheriff that he was the wrong drifter to go and mess with.
Like what i say every time, that when you have a good narrator it brings the characters to life and Mr. Dove did a good job on his part.
The movie tag line that was used in 1982 works just fine in my opinion "This time he's fighting for his life."
It's pretty much the same as the movie, except that he kills a butt load of guys in this book than what he did in the first Rambo movie. I still enjoyed listening to the book and I'm a fan of the movie too.
This was a great short story from Mark Tufo, lots of detail as usual and in a way you start to root for Timothy at the end.
To me this wasn't the best Sandman Slim book, the beginning was a bit slow. It was a lot of Stark complaining about being the new Satan and him having to watch his back. It wasn't until he got top side when it got to be interesting, a lot of old characters and some good old Sandman Slim fun.
The action and intensity of Mr. Joe Ledger, the way this man can kick butt and take names is so cool.
There are a couple of memorable moments, one would be how they figured out who would be team leader, two would be that attack on the crab factory and three the last fight was really cool...
I think I like Mr. Porter's performance of Rudy was my favorite, In a way he does sound a little like Raul Julia.
Well no i didn't cry, but i did laugh a couple of times and i was rooting for echo team loudly in my work van.
To me this was a great book and I recommend this book and even the series to anyone who likes action books. Shoot i listen to this book 3 times.
I'm pretty sure I will listen to this book again. Well I loved the Zombie Fallout series and and I think Michael Talbot is a likeable guy, plus when you listen to a book a second time you get more out of the story.
It wasn't anything I was expecting, but what I liked about this story is how Mike turned form a care free college guy to somewhat of a hardcore gladiator.
Sean brings dept and life to the characters, each person has their own voice and personality (but that's what Mr. Tufo was going for giving his characters their own personality). And if I read the book myself each person would sound like me and I that would be a little confusing.
I pretty much did, I listen to Audible while I work and sometimes I work a long day.
I'd say give this book a try if you like aliens, gladiators and just some good old fashion action.
Yeah I would, if you liked the first book you'll like the second book too...
When mike's spirit was put in a dogs body, it was kinda interesting that he still alive and that he can leave his own physical body and spirit jump.
When he met and fought Lee Harvey Oswald.
I would recommend this book to people who are into supernatural books and i just wanna know when are we getting book three so we know what's gonna happen to Mike Ross and his group of spirits.
I would, but in print version. Well look above...
It tied everything together somewhat nicely at the end but i wasn't really impressed.
Where should i start, with the no emotion this book draaaaaaaged. The nasal sounding voice was like come on guy I understand the kid is going through puberty, but does everyone need to sound almost the same...
It does need a follow-up book, but get rid of John Allen (sorry John)... We need another book because we need to know if this kid is gonna be a serial killer.
To me audio version is better than print because I get more of the feel of the book, but not all people are the same as me.
When he spoke to the first dead person which was he's grandfather, to me that would have been a great moment to have spoken to a loved one that had passed on.
I would have to say Mike Ross, because one he's the main character and he's just a likeable person in one way or another.
He see's and fight dead people.
To me this book reminds me of the movie "the eye", but sooooo much better. It's got action, suspense, some comedy and a blind priest that sees dead people too. What more can you ask for?
I would have to say JC b/c he knows his combat weapons and tactics. And also he's kinda the comic relief of the bunch.
Yeah, that's one of the reasons why i gave this book a try. To me I think he always does a good job.
One Camera... One mission... Multiple personae...
Even though the book was free I would have paid to listen to and interesting story like this. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good short story.
To me I love audiobooks and Oliver Wyman does a great job yet again. Every character has their own voice and I can tell one person from the other, instead of every character sounding like me. So I'd consider the audio version to be better...
I would have to say Earl would be my favorite character, cuz that guy don't take no crap from no one...
That guy can't do no wrong in when he reads a book, he has a great voice. He gives each character their own voice and it makes things very easy to follow the story.
I almost did, I listen to most of it in one day. The only reason why I stretched it out is so I wont be bored at work the next day. But I can definitely listen to this book in one sitting.
Great book, I recommend this book and every other Larry Correia book to anyone who likes action, guns and just plain great story telling...
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