One of the best listens ever. The pace is excellent, the characters believable and the prose is tight and evocative.
Most certainly. The protagonist is deeply flawed, yet heroic. I constantly had my earphone in, listening because I just couldn't stop playback.
Spot on and just the right amount of emotion to reveal the characters and their personalities.
Yes, it made me reflect on the individuals who do the kind of work men like Raynor (and Fury, in real life) do for our Republic. These men do things every day that seem impossibly difficult and dangerous. And at huge personal sacrifice.
Fury showed his chops for good narrative in Kill Bin Laden. It's great to see him apply this gift in his first of what I hope is a long line of novels. Keep up the good work and BEAT NAVY!
May not leave you feeling upbeat about our nation, but essential to read and understand for anyone who cares about the future of the republic and how to prepare for the future. It will affect how you educate yourself and plan for your children, where you live and your career plans. Stellar research and carefully-reasoned conclusions. 1963 began what is likely the end of America as we think it is, what we wish it to be, as well as any quaint notions we may harbor about our society.
Mark Steyn's End of America comes to mind, as does Huxley's Brave New World
First one. Excellent narration.
The prologue on the world of 1963 and how different our society is today.
Can't stress too strongly that everyone should read and understand this book. It may require the fortitude of a college course, but the rewards are bountiful.
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