Altoona, IA, United States | Member Since 2010
Yes. The reader is able to put the different voices of English society better than the written page.
Good start. Better to read the series in order as the characters build and meture over the years.
Only those who think all government officials are idiots.
No, I am a huge fan of W. E. B. Griffin and have read and re-read all of his series, but this is terrible and should be withdrawn.
He reads the story.
All the play of the President and his spokesman.
I like the character Flowers and the region of SW Minnesota. He is funny and laid-back. I love the interactions between him and the local authorities, which change from book to book, and those with Lucas Davenport and the other members of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. These characters add some "history" that cares on from story to story.
He talks like the people of Minnesota.
W. E. B. Griffin develops his characters extremely well and you think you have met them during your days in the Service.
I like The Corp and Brotherhood of War series as well as Lonesome Dove.
These are new performances.
Great characters and compelling story lines that carry through a whole series.
Enjoyed the early portion of the
Great reader. Talks like the GIs I remember.
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