A prelude to Hidden Order, Brad Thor's most recent pulse-pounding Scot Harvath thriller.
©2013 Brad Thor (P)2013 Simon & Schuster
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
The price to Audible members is 65¢. Brad Thor, writer of the great Scott Harvath series, is one of my top 5 favorite espionage thriller authors. Free Fall, Book 11.5 on the series, is a nice prelude to to Book 12, Hidden Order. Armand Schultz narrates superbly.
As an active / outdoor guy, I love listening to audiobooks while trail running, hiking, etc.
I thought this was a short prelude to the book - which I did read and enjoyed. However, it's simply the first 20 or so pages of the book. Essentially a movie trailer. This is described as something that was written in addition to the book.
After long time had great experience in listening to the audio book. Thanks to author and narrator
Did not read the book, can't compare
Picks up from where Black List leaves off. Good transition.
Landing on the tanker in the dark.
There is nothing that says this is only a one chapter book. Promethesis was a prelude to the Alien trilogy! Stating it is a prelude says nothing unless we are talking about a musical score. Wagner's Tristan and Isolde's Prelude was almost as long as the first act.
Well of course it will be Hidden Order, the actual book.
Please take this off the list of audible books to purchase with a credit. It should be included in Hidden Order.
Audible is better than TV
This was a free internet read, but I wanted to listen to it after reading the full novel. While this was cheap, it should have been free.
I expected this to add depth to the story, but it was more of a teaser for the book. I should have expected this.
Narrator was fine.
The story is not bad especially if you have not yet read the book with which it is associated. The narration was good. But save the small change and read it online.
This is not to disparage Mr. Thor or Mr. Schultz. The story was great for what it was. Again, I simply thought it would be more than a trailer for the book.
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