I listened to the series in rapid succession, enjoying each book fully. I'll put Mr. Beck in the same company as Matthew Reilly and David Lynn Golemon. Great action! I'm hoping for another installment soon.
Not getting attached to closely to any particular character is probably a good idea.
Each character was enjoyable; but of course, Alex was my favorite.
Line them up and block out some time on your schedule. You won't want to stop listening.
I offer my highest recommendation of Mark Greaney's, The Gray Man. Our hero is one busy guy. I loved the brisk pace of the book and the shrewdness of Court Gentry. His world is intense and you're gonna cheer for him, big time.
The Gray Man is a bit like Joe Pike on full auto.
The Gray Man of course is my favorite character because of his attitude, created quite effectively by Jay Snyder.
In the book there ware a few times I chuckled, other times I winced; and yes, Court's nobility and fierceness make him a worthy hero.
After reading this first introduction to a great character I was hooked. I've read the first three and am about to order the fourth. Buy this book.
I almost passed on this one but something made me go for it. A great decision! The story kept driving forward and the characters were all intriguing. The battle scenes and chases kept totally engaged and on the edge of my seat. I really cared about the team. I sat in my car listening and not wanting to start the work day or do my shopping. I don't write many reviews but feel this book is worth praise. I hope you try it.
The narrator was excellent. Each character made me want more of their unique flavor. The whole package was just plain fun.
Macleod Andrews was spot on with his interpretations. The voices were perfect.
I especially enjoyed the character "Prof"... but then again I loved them all. The final chapter was particularly enjoyable.
Read this book. Simple.
This was a fun listen! There is a bit of foreshadowing that I expect will payoff in future books in the series.
John Grisham has delivered a fun read with The Litigators. I found the tone to be similar to The Testament, an earlier work by JG. Though not straight comedy there are several part that made me chuckle or just smile. I'll probably not listen to it again because of knowing the payoff but I do recommend the book.
Character development again reminded me of The Testament. Memorable characters that you quickly begin to care about.
The narrator's performance was better than average though I'd have liked more distinct voices for the characters.
If you like John Grisham you'll enjoy this book. I hadn't planned to listen to it all so quickly but I got hooked and simply went along for a fun ride.
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