I loved the Vince Flynn character Mitch Rapp and waited for each new book. Now that this won't happen again I was amazed with this story because it had a similar flavor. Not a copy cat but a new direction it seemed for Thor. WOW! I got totally wound up in this one and hope it will come again. Scot Harvath had a new dimension for me and I'm just waiting for the next. Of course George Guidall enhanced the story so great combo.
Liked the first, this one as well. I've read the reviews on the 3rd and doesn't sound so good. Then again, "One man's trash ....." so I'll give it a go. Everyone is so happy and in love or on the way to it in this one it will take a jump to carry on. Of course maybe someone else can give attempted murder a shot. Poor Ann. Not a negative since I really enjoyed the book but Ann keeps getting in these spots.
I remember one of the reviewers commenting on the character development as the books go along. I agree 100%. This was much better than the last. Another reviewer commented on following the books in sequence. I agree on that as well. You can indeed enjoy one as a stand alone but I like connecting the dots.
I enjoy the foundation of a story as much as the next listener but I got a little bogged down in the beginning. The history and foundation of the story is great, to a degree. I like a little more Wells in the story. At least a 60/40. Got into it after a bit after all the middle Eastern portion thinned out. Still worth the listen.
i enjoyed this so much that I turned off the TV and all other distractions to listen. When I work in the yard I pay closer attention to the stories for some reason. Went out yesterday and was totally immersed by the time I came in. Went to sleep listening, got up listening. Hoping the next one is as good.
Characters were easy to relate to ... in the beginning. OMG! What a twisted web we weave ...... I don't care for graphic details but although they were included, not overdone. I don't do book reports so my summation is, listen to it.
When I was reading rather than listening I loved Cornwell. This is my first Cornwell book in many moons. While the story was good I just couldn't get involved with the narration. This is one of those books I think I'd rather curl up with and read to myself.
I'm really enjoying Dalton Fury and love the characters. This one jumped from one to another to another out the gate for Colt's team. As I listen to the stories it's easy to become attached to the individuals in the team and frustrating when one passes on. This one kicked off with the team landing on an airplane on the runway and just runs from there. I used to sit up late to read and no change with this. Just couldn't unplug and suddenly it's 3:00 AM.
i thoroughly enjoyed the book. I look forward to Baldacci's stories and hope he continues with McLarty and Cassidy. They bring the story more alive. Odd thing is, before I found Audible I was hesitant to read a Baldacci. Now, he's one of my favorites. I look forward to the next.
I realized once I got into the story that I had read the book pre-Audible. Also realized I enjoyed reading it more. I've enjoyed listening to books previously read but the narration on this left me cold.
My review is redundant on the Longmire books. I love Guidall and for me he IS Walt Longmire. I look forward to the next book as I finish one.
Read most of the Harry Bosch books, enjoyed most. But Haller is a nice change. Liked the characters, the story line and really liked the narrator. Hooked me from the beginning.
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