As always Audible does a great job with voices and accents, sometimes I think I get the next book just because I love to hear the Audible performance. But J.D. Robb is getting old with the same retelling of the same basic story line. Come on J. D. give me another character add something new!
Another story about John Corey fighting Al Qaeda, oh no; but this was an OH YES! I am a big Nelson DeMille fan but I didn't want another The Lion book and it wasn't. And as an added surprise - not a spoiler - Paul Brenner is back - from The General's Daughter and Up Country. A story with John, Kate and Paul how could you go wrong; Oh, and a few love to hate characters.
Nelson DeMille did not disappoint me, I like an author who has more then one great character and this story has room for more stories to come.
This was very different from what I like to read/listen to - Mysteries and Thrillers - but I enjoy the story of a boy becoming a man. If anyone can recommend anything else like it let me know.
A enjoyed this story. This is John Corey before, wives, ex-wife, and Asad Khalil!
I have not read then all but so far this is my favorite. I liked the interaction between John and the other men of the team. The books were getting to much of the same but this one turn thing around for me.
As always Audible makes it better, I loved all the voices, it adds 'color' to a great story.
I like Adrian McKinty, I read his other books but was put off of this one because the reviews were not so good for this one but I LIKED IT. I enjoyed the flawed hero that redeams himself. I was very interested in his descriptions of life under 'catch'. Gerard Doyle made this story even more enjoyable with his accents, I loved the black cab driver.
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