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  • PRIMAL Origin: The PRIMAL Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By Jack Silkstone
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
    Overall
    (61)
    Performance
    (58)
    Story
    (59)

    Your mission is to build an organization capable of dealing with men…Men who think they are above the law. Men who sow hatred and pain wherever they walk. Men who are evil.” That’s the call to arms for Vance, Ice, Mitch, and Bishop, a team of highly trained operatives who’ve gone rogue and formed PRIMAL, a global vigilante unit. They protect the innocent, punish the guilty, and wage war against terrorism, all in the name of justice. Their first target: the wealthy CEO of a powerful corporation—and a die-hard jihadist supporter—scheming to exterminate Western influence in the United Arab Emirates. Our four warriors challenge his murderous ambitions, turning the dark arts of clandestine ops against a seemingly untouchable evil. Success gives them access to new resources and new targets, and within a matter of days they’ve brought a Russian mafia cartel to its knees.

    Brenda Widener says: "To Much stop and go,"
    "Decent Story, Bad Narration"
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    Would you try another book from Jack Silkstone and/or Dick Hill?

    I would have bought the rest of the series, but when I saw they had the same narrator I decided against it. His primary character voice has a decent tone, but his different character voices are terribly annoying and his reading style is choppy and often slurred. One review described the narrator as sounding drunk, and I would concur with that. He also has frequent awkward pauses in the middle of sentences which makes listening to the book rather annoying. Change the narrator and I'll buy the rest of the series


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