Too much backslapping. Not much about sniping.
I couldn't get through the whole book, stopped listening about half way.
There are lots of books out there on the Iraqi war, this not one of the better ones.
Most books on Vietnam that I have read are pretty depressing and this is no exception. I stopped listening pretty early on, which is probably not fair to the author.
I usually only listen to audiobooks while driving, but I found myself carrying a portable CD player around the house and patio so I could continue to listen to this story while doing projects around the house.
I've listened to Parts 1 & 2 so far and have been enjoying it immensely. Great for a cross country drive.
Yes, I've been a Scott Harvath fan for a long time.
Predictable. No surprises.
Vanilla, mundane, average.
Scott Harvath would make a great movie character, played by someone like Matt Damon. I'm not sure that "Black List" would make the best story.
I've read all the previous Scott Harvath books, this is not Brad Thor's best effort.
I would recommend this audiobook to anyone who likes a hard core action story.
I listen to audio books while I drive, so I can't say it kept me on the edge of my seat, but I can say that I wasn't in a hurry to get to where I was going.
Peter Hermann has a voice that's easy to listen to.
Don't mess with Dewey Andreas.
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