Best-selling author Brad Taylor draws upon his own experiences as a Delta Force commander for his exciting series starring elite Taskforce operative Pike Logan. In All Necessary Force, Logan and his partner Jennifer Cahill are trailing two terrorist organizations from Asia to Egypt when a deadly threat arrives in the U.S.
©2012 Brad Taylor (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC
“An intense and intriguing character, Logan is definitely an action hero to watch.” (Booklist)
Techno-Thrillers, Jack Reacher, Mitch Rapp fan!
I liked the story and the characters but the editing made it hard to fully enjoy. I prefer audiobooks in which the chapters have a long pause at the end, as this book has. But, this was the first book I have ever listened to that made it very clear where the reader stopped for a break or the day and resumed and where re-takes were made and edited in. Both the volume and tone of the reader would change abruptly and annoyingly for either, OFTEN.
I wanted to strangle Jennifer. Some of her reactions, given the situation and line of work, is completely off the mark. She trains for a year as an operative, and gets upset when too much violence is used on a terrorist? Seriously . . . While there are rules and ways to do things, she is just too emotional.
Ted Bell and Alex Hawk
No - The original duo was much better.
Fast moving and task force always had too much to objectively take charge and found a way to overcome and win over evil.
Book held me right up to the end, felt cheated by the ambiguous ending. What, it was OK for ass kicking all the way through but we can't find out if Chase gets trucked at the end of the story. Also liked the narrators from the first book better.
The characters had more depth in this one, and more consistency. The story line was believable and fast paced. Huge improvement from the first novel.
Pretty good story. You can hear the breaks in recorded sessions and where the narrator pieced some of the audio together.
Just starting on the series, it gets a bit slow in this book, but does finish pretty well.
Although I believe I enjoyed the previous narrators, these do grow on you you after a while.
Very good storyline, love how Jennifer comes to terms with her inner emotions about becomin one of the people who gets off the sideline.
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