This book is a another wonderful Miles adventure. the book is well read by Grover and a totally enjoyable 10 hours of entertainment.
B.V. Larson has certainly kept up the quality in this latest instalment of the Undying Mercenaries. The plot is excellent and the adventure non-stop. The character development of all the major cast continues with them being tested in many ways. The great thing about these books are they are complete books with the story finishing at the end. There are tantalizing bits about what may be happening next but it is none stop.
The reading by Mark Boyett is fantastic and the extra dimension he adds to a brilliant story is something to appreciate as you listen to this book.
This is a very biased portrail of the Jodi Arias case. The author is infatuated by the prosecution and give scant time the to defence. I had not heard of the this case prior to reading this book and I still have not learned a great deal about it other then what people wore in court each day.
The audio quality is poor and with the noise on the recording this sounds like a 1940's audio recording.
Well if it was unabridged it would be a lot better but with the level of noise on the recording, I doubt the author could have helped.
Have a clear voice and not have a bad recording. The amount of distortion in the recording was also a problem with 'S' sounding lisp like.
This level of quality is not up to the standard of Audible
The specification and summary about the ideas behind each tank was fine but the fictional combat was a complete waste .
It was one chapter per subject so there was no ending.
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