"Woodcutter" was gem; is this the same author?
Liberal use of trash can for bad ideas.
Performance was fine; bad content.
All of 'em!
Wow, what a disappointment! I was really looking forward to my next Hill book.
Concise and well-performed. This is. An excellent treatment of what can be a difficult read. I'd love to listen to a follow-up providing examples from the U.S. civil war. I think this could well be a hit series!
Fans will enjoy this action-packed chapter; newcomers meet the gang. I was left wondering if the title should read "Part One".
Can I assume "Part Two" is at the publisher? Why pay for one when you can pay for two?
The plot and characters are first-rate. Although I found the primary villains just a little "over the top" there is still room for the the mere two-bit and sleazy villains to add that extra color!
Well done and highly recommended.
Despite the narrator's lack of emotion, the author has an interesting and unpredictable plot. Zombies take a back seat and the focus is on the humans - the best and worst of society.
I have not read the first book in this series, but this book can stand on its own merit.
Original and thought-provoking history of this music genre that has surrounded my life for decades. I learned some new things and look at others from a new perspective.
My only wish is that these books could include the actual songs!
I recommend this book to all Rock 'n' Roll fans.
Skip this audio book unless you enjoy listening to a performer with permanent hemmoroids. Why is he so irritable? Who cares!
I have no idea; the reader hurts my ears so much that I couldn't listen much past the second chapter.
You have to ask?
I'll be returning this book ASAP!
Mr. Cutter crafts a perfect horror story that depends upon our fear of "things that go bump in the night" coupled at the hip with the horrible things we do to our loved ones. In Mr. Cutter's mind, The Apocalypse is caused by a rampant and severe strain of Alzheimer's Disease; just as scary as a Zombie attack. Scientists are looking for a cure in the deepest part of the ocean.
And so it begins ....
I've enjoyed two of Mr. Cutter's books immensely (The Troop and The Deep) and look forward to my next trip with him as my travel host.
Buy this book!
Mr. Sanderson has created a fantastic new world for our young hero, Jonathan, to spread his wings and soar. Although he loses his father at a tender age, Jonathan develops the character and attitude of a winner; grow stronger in mind and body and one can overcome tremendous obstacles. His story unfolds in this action packed and entertaining novel.
This book is highly recommended for science fiction enthusiasts of all ages.
Stone Barrington novels remind me of a 1950's romantic comedy. All of the principle characters are rich, accomplished highly successful New Yorkers. Servants and oddball assistants handle the menial labor leaving our hero to gallop around The Big Apple meeting other "swells" and interacting with members of the criminal underworld.
Crimes are solved and wrapped-up quickly and neatly allowing justice to prevail. But our man Stone remains the City's most eligible bachelor!
The book is enjoyable and won't interfere with your need to multi-task.
This is an excellent representation of the covert action thriller. I finished it within two days and can't wait to dig into the next Pike Logan adventure. I think that the inter-agency squabbles are on target and that the loop holes left for private, "consulting" firms paint a true picture of how important objectives are accomplished in the Federal government.
The plot is innovative and ought to become one of the Homeland Security disaster scenarios (if it isn't already). Buy this book!
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