Maybe I misread the summary, but I thought the book would describe the actions of forces in the Philippines. However, it was more of a description of the back door politics of the military in Washington. If you want a history of the OSS it might be for you, but if you are looking for a war novel describing the action in WWII in the Pacific, you should look elswhere.
Twice I tried listening to this book and both times I couldn't finish. It may be interesting for history buffs since the author tends to discuss a lot of Napoleonic history.
Yes. Very interesting and always action packed
I liked the plot and the narration, but could have done with out the sound effects. (i.e. gun shots)
I tried to listen to this book many times, and it was so hard to follow I kept falling asleep. After about two hours of listening I stopped.
At times the story is a little long winded, but it did keep me interested. One of the things I like about Nelson Demille books is that they make me think politically and wonder if something like this could really happen.
I tried reading the book a few years ago and put it down after 50 pages. This time I tried listening to it hoping that maybe I missed something. Nope. After about two hours of ramblings on the mechanics of a motorcycle, I decided to stop listening.
I hope others find the book more interesting.
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