This is a very excellent and compelling account of the inside story behind President Obama. It gives interesting information about many of the people who are running America. It sheds light on how they are handling the situations they are facing. There is an account of the inside workings of what happened before the Bin Laden raid. The author does an excellent job of narrating his book. All in all this is a very captivating and fair description of a real story and what is really happening. I highly recommend it!
I really enjoyed listening to this novel. I discovered that it was the third in a series of Sean O'Brien novels, five novels to date, 2014. Unfortunately, Audible only offers this one. I would really love it if Audible would get the rest of them recorded since I feel that I'm missing out on the beginning of the main characters life. I may even get the other stories on Kindle. To me I thought this was a well done and very interesting story. Sean O'Brien, the main character is a retired Miami homicide detective living on a boat off of central Florida. He is thrown into the middle of a murder mystery which he decides to look into after realizing that he is the only one really interested in solving the case. The story takes you into the Ocala National Forest in Florida where you learn many interesting facts. The story had a lot of action and great characters. Really worth the listen.
As someone who is new to this category I have to say that this book is very good. It is a fast paced and interesting story, had great characters and gave out some good information. I also thought the narrator was very good and well suited for this book. I listened to all three books already, one right after the other, and really enjoyed each one very much. I wish the fourth book had been available because now it's hard to wait. I highly recommend this series for those who like books in this category.
The whole Joe Pickett series, from novel #1 through #13 was one of my favorites. All interesting stories, good characters and a very talented narrator. I stated at #1 and listened to all of them one right after another. I loved it. I'm only sorry that it ended..for now.
I read both of Mr Box's "Cody Holt" novels and liked them so much that I decided to start on the "Joe Pickett" novels. This first book was so good that I've been listening non-stop to the rest of the series. Now I am up to book 7 and going strong. These stories keep my interest up. Each book ties into the next one very well. The narrator does a wonderful job. I highly recommend the whole "Joe Pickett" series.
I usually don't listen to these types of books but this one caught my attention. After reading most of the reviews I decided no because I thought it was just going to preachify but then got it anyway out of curiosity. I'm glad I did. I found that it was very interesting and was read well. The main point I got out of this story was not about the events or dates as much as just a pure and simple reminder. This story is worth a listen.
This book rates among one of my favorites. It is one of those books that is hard to stop listening to. It is an interesting, witty mystery with very humorous dialog and a great main character. I really loved the narrator, Ray Porter, he is one of my very favorites and really added to this book. He totally brought this story to life. I am looking forward to the next book.
This was one interesting and informative book. It is written by an private investigator who reveals his findings into the background of the break away Mormon cult group, the FLDS, and their perverted leader, Warren Jeffs. The book was written and read really well. This story helped me understand how this group of people got under the power of this horrible being called, Warren Jeffs, and all the previous perverted leaders of this demented cult. The sad thing is that even though Jeffs is now in jail. it is still, Business As Usual. Another really good expose story (with its extended history) to listen to is "Inside Scientology" by Janet Reitman, really good.
I loved this book, along with all the others in the Joe Ledger series. Just like the others this book had all the fast paced action and the humorous wisecracks I have come to expect. The narrator, Ray Porter, is the best, he really helped make this book even better. I didn't want it to end. Now I have to wait again for the next book in the series to come out.
This trilogy is my favorite thriller series. Level 26: Dark Revelations (the best and creepiest), Dark Prophecy and Dark Revelations. All three were fast paced page turners and had excellent narrators! It is best to listen to these stories in order. Even though I had already listened to the previous books I stated at the beginning again when this latest book was released (very good the second time around) The accompanying cyber-bridge videos (very well done) at Level 26 make these thriller stories come to life even more. If you are a fan of Mr Zuiker's CSI TV series, then you probably will like this trilogy. Can hardly wait for more!
Report Inappropriate Content