The lead character is nicely developed and the story itself is good.
yes, it was a good plot and story line.
He needs to do a little more research on pronunciation of military terminology.
Sure, Hollywood would love this anti-military and anti-CIA plot line. Maybe even Woody Harrelson or Sean Penn. You could even have Rachel Maddow play the seasoned Green Beret Warrant Officer.
This was so poorly written. Sounded like a high school term paper.
Much of the story is just so lame, and contrived. I am at a loss of words to express my dissatisfaction with book.
This one was so bad, I am returning it.
Option To Kill has a great story line and concept. It is destroyed as Nathan McBride spends 90% of the books as an unbelievable character. In one scene the a group of bad guys is shooting at him with automatic machine guns and we get to hear him do some of his always present introspection as he decides"I can't shoot (into this warehouse parking lot) for fear of a possible stray bullet hit an innocent person. Now remember he is getting hosed by several machine guns.This book was like Andrew Peterson was conflicted with writing a good story or a Dr Phil Self-Help book. He ruined the story line.
The story line involves much dialogue by a 1`2 year girl. Do you really think a 40 something old man can credibly play a 12 year old girl. I will give you the answer - no.
They could have spent a little money to hire a female voice to do the little girl and the several female roles in the book
It inspired me to not buy any more Nathan McBride books. His character is not realistic.
Hire females to read female charcters.
The concept was good, the story was good.
Greany made the Grey Man an idiot. for an experienced assassin the Grey Man was stupid about antibiotics, tapped phones, tracking phones and people. Then to make it even more unbelievable he throws in Grey Man on drugs. How totally stupid!
No skip this one. It will not impact you if you are reading all three Grey Man novels. this is a better door stop.
I am not a fan of all of Baldacci's books but this one is well worth the read. I loved best the fact I did not figure out the end until the very end.
Very much a page turner. A great read to get away from the world for a few hours.
The Villian in this book - and those like him - should be coated in honey and staked out in the desert.
There were many factoids all throughout the book which are great to know about the civil war and Lincoln.
A very dynamic reading. Exceptionally well done.
This was a good well written and presented story. The ending however, seemed like Berenson got tired of creative writing and just let it meander to an ending. Still makes for a good "read." I gave it 4 stars.
Not a big fan of the Camel Club, so it took me awhile to warm up to it. It was 3 stars, still not sure I am a camel club fan, but Baldacci's writing style is vert good. Yea, it's worth a read.
This is an outstanding book and a must for those following Mithc Rapp. Flows with great action and character development.
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