emotion of each character matched the voice. The book came alive.
I listened to the whole thing from start to finish in one sitting. Loved it. It was more believeable than all the other Hell's Eight stories, for sure. Slightly sweet but too much. And like all audiobooks, the narrator either makes it or breaks it. This narrator is by far the best one out of all the Hell's Eight series. I will re-listen to this book all over again!
IT'S BETTER THAN THE OTHER STORIES, SO FAR.
THE FACT THAT UNDERLYING STORIES AND MYSTERIES COME OUT
Pick a story and tell it. There's like 3 within this darn book.
Male narrator is way wrong.
Disappointed....totally! These are lamest Navy seals ever!
Scott Brick as always was fantanstic. I have no idea why the book had such drama throughout and then ended the way it did. Completely let down by it.
The ending. Unless there's a sequel I don't know about.......there definitely should be....
Story was ok but honestly would've been better with a better narrator. No emotion what so ever.
I love how the author runs with an idea and gets it to tie into actual history.
Scott Brick is my favorite narrator. Always does a great job with the story!
the storyline is good but just way too drawn out. had to skip some chapters because it was just too boring on the internal conflict of Kila. Seriously, I was starting to not even like her anymore. i usually enjoy re-listening to my audiobooks but not this one.
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