St George, KS, USA | Member Since 2007
A Spencer novel is the ultimate in thuggary. A man among men, this book tows the line. Who wouldn't want to be Spencer? Two thumbs up.
Okay - Great storyline. A little on the far fetched, but then again, this is fiction. I thoroughly enjoyed the book until the last part. Once the twists were straightened, I felt slightly disappointed. Probably the worst part was finding out just how calloused the main character actually was. I wanted to like him and try and identify with his plight of injustice, but at the end, I did not feel sorry for him at all. However, that being said, I would recommend the book and will probably listen to it again in a few years.
Great premise but the eminent death of the main character just hangs over the who story. There is no hope of reprieve. This alone made it difficult to enjoy the book fully. Nice set up and delivery and overall a decent listen. I imagine the author wanted to instill the hopelessness of having Lou Gehrig's disease. A bit of a bummer.
Brad Thor is a great writer, but this book falls short just a bit. Kinda predictable, but decent action. Worth listening while waiting for the next great book.
Classic Parker. Spencer does it again. Mantegna hits the nail on the head.
Atkins does a wonderful job embracing the spirit of Parker in this book. If you enjoy Spencer, this is a must listen. Joe Mantagna makes these books that much better.
I enjoyed this book, through its twists and turns, and would recommend it to my friends. The ending was a set up for a sequel, we will see.
Treasure Island is a classic book I remember as a child. It has stood the test of time and I will share it with my children.
The book was enjoyable, somewhat predictable, but a decent listen.
I have heard several and listen to more.
Narration was okay, but felt forced in spots.
No. The book finished neatly.
I enjoyed the book but after finishing the book, realized that some things really didn't make sense. Overall, I enjoyed the twists.
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