An original short story by New York Times best-selling author David Baldacci.
Frank Becker is a highly sought after, expert assassin. When Becker takes a mysterious job, he has no idea that it will force him to delve deeply into his own past. Undeterred by obstacles, he is determined to complete his assignment. But he may realize too late that his success will permanently alter his future.
©2011 David Baldacci (P)2011 Hachette
If a book, or short story in this case, costs less than $2 and you used a credit on it instead of just purchasing it you are a moron no matter how good or bad it is since credits cost more than $2. If a book costs less than a credit you should always purchase it instead of using a credit. Also, it clearly states that it is a short story, so again, if you feel ripped off you are a moron. People are always looking for someone else to blame for their own stupidity.
The ending to the story is somewhat foreseeable, but Scott Brick a tour de force! He was one of the first narrators I ever heard in Audible, and I still think he is among the greats! His reading is so superb, he actually makes the story better than it might have been. He is completely believable as the character.
It is like 30 min long. Do not get tricked into spending good money for this. The story is something a 10 year old could wright
The story started out really well. Once the time travel condrum was played out the ending was, well predictable.
First performance I heard and it was fine.
Go back in time and kill it.
I am an Avid Reader, I love all different kinds of books, from Mystery to Sci Fi and Horror.
Not # one, but still a good listen.
I can't say without ruining the book for others, but it was great
when he was explaining how he wanted to be able to blow smoke rings like his father, it was funny to me.
I know this review is sort of vague, but with this being a short story, it's kind of hard to comment on it without ruining it for possible buyers. It is a very good book though.
As usual, the only place on earth to write about is Washington DC and northern Virginia, but that said this was a very good Baldacci thriller and a nice length for an all day cross state car ride allowing time for 'tape breaks' ... The 12 hour tapes are just too much in one day
One Tough Sister
It was my own fault, but I utilized a credit for a very predictable short story. It was 35 minutes, and very quickly I knew the ending. I love Badaci's work but I feel a bit ripped off.
If you bought "Absolute Power"...you've already bought and paid for this story. It was used as a trailer. This isn't the first time Audible has pulled this trick.
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