Another great Brad Thor book with every you need and more to keep you listening, even in the driveway. It was great to see "the Troll" become more real, more human. I love to hear the interview at the end for a peak inside both the author and reader's ideas and inspiration behind the theme.
Only criticism is a minor one. As a long time Brad Thor fan, I sometimes got frustrated when the story paused to describe, in detail, characters from past stories.
I own the book and have read it multiple times. The audio version really brought the characters and story to life.
I like the John Puller character and really enjoyed bringing his brother into the storyline. Overall, the story was great. However, I felt the ending became a little too much of a harlequin novel between John and Veronica.
After the first two Puller books, I was really looking forward this installment. My expectations were met - but just barely. I was left hoping for something a little bit better.
The performance was okay, not great. I noticed many times when McLarty got voices mixed up in the middle of a conversation. While McLarty changed intonation between characters, it seemed Cassidy consistently maintained a southern accent regardless of character.
When Robert Puller met his Dad at the end of the book.
This was one of the very best audio performances I have listened to. Emma really brought the story and characters to life.
Sometimes it was hard to distinguish between the audiobook and the news headlines! Great book and kept me sitting in the car with the engine off more times than not. I did think the epilogue was a little cheesy though.
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