This story continues on where the Baxter saga left off. It is very well written and an enjoyable "listen." The narrators were easy to listen to, and it was nice to hear more than one narrator as the story progressed.
This book was much the style of her last book, Unspoken. It was also a big disappointment for me. I used to LOVE all of Dee's books. I have listened to the O'Malley series multiple times. But in this one, the story line fell flat. There was almost no suspense, and what little suspense there was turned out to be nothing. The male characters were completely over-the-top and not believable at all. Everything went way too smoothly and predictably. I was so excited to listen to this book, but I felt I had to write a review to express my extreme frustration and disappointment with it!
Yes, I haven't completely lost faith in her yet! I hope she can come up with something more on par with her older books!
I enjoy this narrator. He does a good job of lending a voice to the characters.
Yes, there were interesting ideas about the military and sonar and solar flares. I do enjoy the military theme, also.
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