At the top.
The attack on Washington.
Pinchot is fantastic. He is one of the few male narrators that does women voices well. Don't know what that says about him, but whatever, he was great.
Nope, just good, rollicking fun.
This book is an antidote to the pessimism that surrounds us. It points out that stuff is actually getting better.
Mr. Morey sounds like a recorded voice from an old answering machine, especially at first.
This is one of the few audio books I would listen to again. It was that good.
My favorite character is the soldier who is there at the start, then through the whole war. He illustrates how military forces change to face new threats.
There are so many narrators, many names you know from TV and movies. I would listen any or all of them again.
Take back the world!
This book is told from many different characters' point of view. All are human and motivated to survive in the face of hopeless odds. Some go crazy. Some die. But you will enjoy them all.
Lively, run & gun.
Realistic conversation and inner voice of non-coms. Better than usual, but not quite right, speaking as a former enlisted man.
The(female) 1st Sgt.
Pro soldiers in space
Pinchot's performance is a gem. He does many different voices perfectly. The hero sounds like a folksy version of Tom Hanks hit man in "Road to Perdition."
I live how the protagonist kicks ass.
My first Pinchot book. Won't be my last.
I don't want to be a spoiler.
I would not recommend this. The narrator ruins the book. He has an odd pausing cadence that made this audio so annoying I almost quit. I love the books, but this was not good.
Other 1630s books are a little better.
Bronson Pinchot. Surprisingly, he is the best audio performer I have heard.
Grit my teeth:)
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