This is one of the best prey series novels.
The story is so suspenseful.
Michael Becker, even though he is a sick, twisted man.
This book was so good, and it tied into the next one, so I immediately started listening to Silent Prey to find out what would happen next.
I won't purchase another book read by Ken Kilban !!!
The continuing saga of the CIA , Irene Kennedy, and Mitch Rapp.
Mr. Kilban made Mitch seem like a sissy and a wimp! He is way too dramatic in his reading. I felt like I was listening to ghost stories back at summer camp when I was a kid. If this had been the first Mitch Rapp audiobook that I had listened to...It would have been the last.
I listen to my audiobooks while in the car. The soft and loud speaking is hard to hear. When he is speaking softly I have to turn it up, then he gets loud and it's too loud and distracting.
There is and should be a follow-up book. The story line is too compelling to not follow with another book.
Please, no more Mitch Rapp books read by Ken Kilban!
The pace and depth of the story.
When Lucas finally figured out how Becker was able to get close to his victims.
Michael Becker, Richard Ferrone made it seem like Becker was actually standing in front of me. I could feel the Insaneness in his voice.
Beauty and the Beast inside.
If a movie is made, don't cast Mark Harmon as Lucas. It needs to be someone more imposing to capture the essence of Lucas Davenport.
This is my favorite audiobook so far.
This one is just a little better than Map of Bones.
Peter does a great job. He gives most of the characters their own personality.
If I could have, I would have listened to it in one sitting.
I really liked the introduction of Tucker and Kane. I look forward to them in future novels.
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