Filled with hairpin twists and high-tension action, with characters as dark and surprising as any he has created, this is Higgins working at the peak of his powers.
©2003 Harry Patterson; (P)2003 Putnam Berkley Audio and Recorded Books, LLC
Higgins can spin a great WWII yarn, but this is not one of them and the reader doesn't help matters. After 2 hours I decided there were better books on this website and I stopped listening altogether...
Unlike Angel of Death, Thunder Point and the other books of the "Sean Dillion series", this book didn't grab my attention. It seemed that Higgins rehashed the plots and rolled them into a new book.
If you a fan of the characters then you might enjoy it but if you've never heard/read any of Jack Higgins' works then I suggest trying one of his other books.
Was the worst narration ever. So bad, i laughed at first and now it pains me to listen. his off timing tones and randomness was just unbelievable. This is the first bad review i have ever done for anything, but it was that bad...
yes. i love almost every book so ,far and ever narrator.
NEVER, in fact i will avoid them
Yes from Jack Higgins, no from Patrick Macnee.
all of his characters sounded the same. Sometimes you weren't sure who was speaking. So sad for a Sean Dillon suspense.
Hold out for a new Sean Dillon novel with Michael Page as narrator.
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