I love the Elvis Cole/Joe Pike series. It was hard to take a break from listening to this story. Very supenseful. I did not care for the ending. Overall though it was a great book.
I liked Ron McLarty's tone of voice. He made the story very exciting an suspenseful.
There a few parts of the book that moved me. The bond and friendship that Elvis and Joe have is very moving. They would do anything for each other.
I loved the bonding between the main character and the dog. I loved that the story was also told from the dogs view.
When the main character and the dog bonded.
He makes you believe that the dog is having the thoughts that he is explaining.
I almost cried when I thought the K-9 was going to be taken away from the main character.
A must read for dog lovers.
I would recommend this book to anyone with PTSD or anyone wanting to learn about how PTSD affects a person. I would also recommend this book to animal lovers.
I loved when the author and Tuesday truely bonded.
This book made me feel that there was someone else out there who understood what living with PTSD was like.
This is a heart warming story.
I liked the audio version better than the book.
Sammy the Bull
The life of a Mob daughter.
It was a decent book. I felt it could have contained more subject matter.
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. It was very suspenseful. It keep you listening. I did not particularly care for the ending.
The tight bond between Elvis Cole and Joe Pike. I also liked the thrill of the story.
I loved his voice. He is very entertaining.
What Elvis Cole did to help his friend Joe Pike.
It was interesting to hear the view of this war through the eyes of sniper. The narration was very entertaining. Its a shame that he died the way that he did, trying to help a fellow Vet.
There were many memorable moments. Chris Kyle's relationship with his wife throughout his enlistments. His training as a SEAL. Kyle's first sniper shot and his long sniper shot.
Chris Kyle was from Texas. Pruden had a southern drawl which helped you get emersed in the story.
This was an awesome story. I feel for his wife and family. He died trying to help a fellow Vet. Very sad.
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