Found this book to really be a drag. Too many flashbacks, jumped around and hard to keep track of just what was going on. If they should ever make a movie, I sure would like to have guns, ammo and explosives contract. Evidently the main guy does not understand that "stuff" happens and seems to want to carry the a lot of blame for everything. Actually I fell asleep several times, just could not get involved with it.
It's one I might come back to if I had some time on my hands and no good newer books available.
Jeff Woodman's reading was easy to listen to. He does a nice job on different voices for the characters so they are recognizable.
I really dont know.
I never finished it
I never was sure who the characters were.
To many oriental persons whose names are hard to keep track of and before long I was not sure who they were, etc.
I am not a story writer
It was OK, I just could not really get into it.
As long and Bill does not narrate it.
Just reads too fast, with his TV method
Sorry I purchased it.
Really just kinda slow and uninteresting. Seemed to just be a lot of stuff that didnt contribute to the story.
had a hard time staying with it.
Book just seemed to drag along, Probably represents the actual way these things develop, Just seemed we were never going to get through it.
Story is good, but the book kinda rambles along.
A typical Ludlum book, intreging to the end. I would love to see this as a movie. Get the abridged version, other wise it takes a long time to listen to.
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