This is a really good action suspense novel. I rate it right up there with some of my favorites ie: Reacher, Pendergast, Davenport and Cage.
Yes. Court Gentry can't keep out of danger! The Gray Man books move right along and I usually listen to them in one to two days.
Jay Snyder is The Gray Man! After 4 books I don't think it would sound right if read by anyone else.
The end. When Court "comes home". That's been a running theme through out all of the Gray Man books.
The ESCAPE is on par or better then the previous John Pullen novels. Fast paced with a really well thought out plot. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Yes it certainly did. The entire book I wondered if Robert Pullen would be caught, would he make it to the end in one piece? Alive? Innocent or guilty? Would the woman partnered with John really be on his side or would she turn out to be a traitor? Who's good? Who's not? Sometimes it's not clear but will be.
Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy do a really good job. I'm impressed!
Would have liked to but didn't have 15 hours to devote! Ok ok it took me 2 days.
I really like this and the Will Robie series. I think David Baldacci has written some winners here. This series is action packed, this book in particular has some real twists. I don't like spoilers but I will say there is some good dialogue dealing with Pullen's father who hasn't spoken to Robert since his indictment, great "coercion" scene at the end that turns the tables on the person ultimately responsible for Robert being imprissoned. Highly Recommend by Me!!
Jude Hardin writes fast paced, nonstop action thrillers. His books do require you to suspend a "little" of your common sense but that aside, the ride begins on page one and wraps up with the final sentence, literally.
Oh yeah. There's a madman running around mostly in south Florida murdering people, cutting off the top of their heads, scooping out the brain and super gluing the bone back in place. Whets my appetite!
Dick Hill brings every book he reads to life. He is one of my favorite narrators
I recently discovered Jude Hardin and have listened to three of his books so far. The books are not too long and for me are great after listening to a long involved complicated book. His books are light and very entertaining. I would not recommend for anyone squeamish about graphic details but otherwise his books are a rollercoaster of listening entertainment.
Yes I would. This is a very complex multi layered plot with multiple key characters. Very very good book.
There are a few that left me thinking I was glad this was fiction although knowing all the while that the described killings committed by the KKK in this book are only the tip of reality.
I thought he did a great job with both this and the previous book (NAMELESS). When reading text his voice sounds like a commentator however when he reads dialogue he does change his style to fit the character.
Joe Conlan has a unique style. I've listened to both of his books and really like the multiple layered complexities he developes in his stories. In this book the antagonist is a member of the KKK who while on a mission takes time out to commit other murders along the way. He shows how he drags his friends down and is then able to hold things over their heads to enforce their compliance in committing more crime. This author will actually flesh out the victim's lives and their personal struggles before the killing. I don't want to spoil any of this book for anyone but an example of this early on is of a young girl who goes to a church carnival, she almost didn't get to go, found a ride with a friend who got hurt there and had to leave, friends father left her with the local minister whose family died mysteriously (probably a racial murder made to look like an accident). The minister takes the girl to his house for a snack but when he opens the cabinet a bomb goes off killing them both and others in the close vicinity. Anyway I Highly Recommend this book and look forward to his next, I hope Nameless will make another appearance since he was not caught in the 1st book.
Not a fair question, I have A Lot of audiobooks! Well over 500 just on Audible without counting the ones I have on CDs. I will say this one is probably in my top 100. If I had to get rid of most of my books this one would be a keeper - how's that?
The only other book I would even attempt to compare it to would be White Fire. Pendergast along with his family and friends are in a class all by themselves. You just don't find 100+ year old women who look like they're in their early 20s, or people who can meditate themselves back in time or, or, or... But the thing with this series is the way it is written the listener (me) never says it's too far fetched but buys into it. I think this says a lot about the authors.
This was sooo good in my opinion (we all have one!). I just want to know when Pendergast will stop being Constance's guardian and will admit that he loves her as well. I really thought that this would happen in this book, since she has told him of her feelings toward him. In the epilogue after all they went through... Oh well. Maybe one day or maybe not and the writers will just keep the readers wondering. Anyway, I thought it was a great story, I wish I didn't have to wait another WHOLE YEAR for another. Highly recommend this one, it is worth the credit.
Yes it did! The thing with this book is, it didn't matter who the kidnapper/murderer was. The question was when and will they catch him and what else bad can happen to our hero in the meanwhile? You learn early in the book that His (Terry Naughton's) 5 year old son died but you don't learn the whole story until maybe the last 2 minutes of the book and then all you can do it sit back and say WOW! How would I react if that was me? Where this author thought this one up amazes me. Not too many books evoke an emotional response from me knowing this is fiction and purely for entertainment but WOW!
Phil Gigante did a fabulous job narrating. So much so that I now want to listen to more of the books he reads. Excellent tones, cadence and inflections.
I highly recommend this one. If you are trying to make a decision between this and something else, get this one! I absolutely loved it and WISH there was a sequel. My next listen which I have already purchased (Silent Joe) is another T J Parker, so glad I finall found him and there's lots of new books for me to listen to.
This was fast paced right from page one. Somewhat predictable but very entertaining. The book is on the short side a I just got finished with an 18 hour book and wanted something light that wasn't too involved and this was it - PERFECT!! I will definitely get the rest of this series for in between the heavier more detailed books when I want something but need a mind break.
The pace. I could see this being made into a movie easily.
Can't say since I didn't read it but I thought Cole Ferguson did a very good job narrating. I found his voice easy to listen to.
Definitely recommend this if you're looking for fast, light easy to listen to and not to much depth. There are some gruesome scenes so I would not recommend this for the squeamish but otherwise have fun!
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I'm really enjoying where Lee Child is going with Jack Reacher. I like that he doesn't act like he did when he was younger although I am sure he can still take on three or four in a brawl! This is a good story, no show of testosterone but instead Reacher is relaxing, going places he's never been and using the brain Lee gave him for figuring out a pretty good mystery.
Superb! As always. Dick Hill is Jack Reacher.
I thought Michael David Axtell did a fantastic performance. His many voices and inflections made it very easy to distinguish between the characters. I did look to see if there were any other books that he narrated but unfortunately there is only one other. I hope to hear more from him in the near future.
I really enjoyed this book. I thought the story line was easy to follow and the plot was certainly realistic. The action started almost immediately and continued right through to the end. No lulls but my heart broke for Luke Palmer, but I can't say why. I also didn't expect two of the other murders. But I can't say why! The protagonist (Sean O'Brien) is very likable, he has his own sad story that makes him a "good" guy. Of course he knows experts, carries all the right medical supplies, can recognize poisoning at a glance even when the MDs can't and shoots as good as any sniper but what kind of a hero would he be without his skills? This was very entertaining and I hope the rest of the series is available on Audible soon. I recommend this one. I got it on sale but it would have been worth a credit had it not been.
I have listened to Jason Culp before. He is not in my top 10 favorite narrators but he is not the worst either.
I'm not sure. I found myself checking how much more time was left a little too often. I found my mind wandering but had to finish just because.
I purchased this book because I noticed that a second book in this series was just released and I have had this one in my wish list for a very long time but was hesitant based on some of the reviews I had read.
I thought this had a really good plot. It's written in a way that the reader (me) thought I was able to predict the outcome with ease. It Appeared to be very much like other books in this genre, different names, different towns, same story. I was wrong.
John Chancer did a great job. Different voices for different characters. Easily distinguishable from one to another. I would certainly listen to him narrating again.
I highly recommend this book. I found it believable, not too "out there" as some others have suggested. I have read/listened to other books that have much more unbelievable plots and get rave reviews. I did not feel like I had to suspend my common sense. The books end has such a great twist. I won't ruin this for anyone but when listening to this book and pulling for the protagonist keep in mind the antagonist is closer then you realize!
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