Three tons of Saddam Hussein's gold in an unguarded warehouse in Dubai. For two of Nick Stone's closest ex-SAS comrades, it was to have been the perfect, victimless crime. But when they're double-crossed and the robbery goes devastatingly wrong, only Stone can identify the guilty party....
As he slowly puts the pieces together, his quest for vengeance becomes a journey to the heart of a chilling conspiracy.
©2009 Andy McNab (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
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"Another trip out for Nick Stone"
I quite like the development of Nicks character. He is definitely not the same man he used to be which is good, some other novels seem to keep the MC stuck in some sort of time warp were the MC doesn't change.
Im torn about this guys voice, he is obviously very popular and has done the narration for a lot of books but I think the foreign accents are a bit naff but each person is easily distinguished but I found the tone of voice, with a soft rising inflection used at the end of sentences was enough to seriously annoy me just enough to make me want to give him a smack on the back of his head but not enough that i wanted to stop reading.
Im not really an emotional sort and I dont really see why Id laugh or cry over a book like this. I really enjoyed it and was left with a feel good factor
I love the way Andy McNab writes the action, he explains things in a way which is for the most part understandable and interesting to the reader (imho) there was enough action to keep me hooked all the way through and it was nice that he wasnt screwed over by those in charge for a change. It was well worth a listen.
Awesome. Realy enjoyed it. Andy mcnab doing what he does best: gritty,real and tough.
As ever another outstanding, gripping and well written book from Andy! Fantastic narration from Paul as well... I've come to expect nothing less!
"Better than Tom Clancy"
Easy listening without the tecnobable of Clancy. A moral tale with a happy ending to it.
Sorry to say, but I could hardly get over the first chapter: the tedious montony of the speech - except perhaps in dialogues - put me off completely.
As always, Andy Mcnab doesn't fail to entertain in this action packed adventure that will take Nick Stone through Tehrain, Russia and back to the U.K. After the death of his friends following a botched robbery, Nick Stone wants revenge. And when Nick Stone wants revenge, you'd better get out of his way. I kep thinking throughout the book that this has all the makings of a blockbuster Hollywood movie.
Told expertly as always by mr Thornley, who IS Nick Stone now. There is no better narrator for this line of books. This will keep you happy the whole time you are listening.
Well done again Mcnab, epic!
"TinTin for grown ups"
Andy McNab at his best. Four plots rolled into one. I think this may be his best work to date.
I love Andy McNab books, but the narrator KILLED this one.
I found it hard to concentrate on the story due to the narrator. Very monotone with a strange upward inflection at the end of EVERY sentance.
Narrated by someone else.
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