Court Gentry, aka the Gray Man, is back – and once again on the run from old friends and foes.
Four years ago, Gentry was betrayed by his handlers in the CIA. Now, an old comrade, Russian arms merchant Sidorenko, returns to force him on a mission against his will: kill Sudan’s President Abboud, the supposed trigger for the Darfur genocide. But the CIA has its own plans for Abboud. With his ruthless employers on one side, his blackmailing former friends on the other, and a doomed mission ahead, Gentry would kill just to get out of this one alive.
Every bit as thrilling, informed, and addictive as The Gray Man, and once again skillfully narrated by Jay Snyder, On Target is sure to hit the mark for thriller fans.
Check out Mark Greaney's best-selling previous book, The Gray Man, now.
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“An action-filled yet touching story of a man whose reason has long ago been subsumed by his work ethic.” (Publishers Weekly)
No - I know what happens.
Yes, but specifically this book. I would recommend the series.
Jay is a fantastic narrator - the best I have heard.
It's not a moving book.
I found the battle scene too lengthy. Some of the interactions that the narrator brings to life are quite amusing. The narrator is brilliant. Editing needs improvement.
Mark Greaney is a compelling author, he really knows how to write a book that keeps you guessing how its going to turn out, right until the very end of the book
That's what so good about this book, there wasn't just one memorable moment in the book, there were many of them
I listened to it in 2 days, fortunately I was on the road for one of them, and the good thing about these types of books, is that you keep busy doing things while you are listening
Cant help myself, I have just bought the 3rd book in the series, I am sure I wont be disappointed!
I loved everything about this book how fast paced this book was and the non stop action. Myself and my husband could not stop listing, I hope you enjoy this listen as much as we did.
This story is so difficult to believe. The non-stop physical strain and abuse experienced by the main character quickly undermines the plot.
The headline may be a bit harsh but I just couldn't resist.
I did enjoy the book and the narration is well done. He did a great job of creating each character and it's easy to differentiate between them.
If you want an absolutely unstoppable good guy the Grayman series is for you. It's pretty graphic and becomes somewhat predictable after about the ohh twelfth life or death battle scene how things are going to play out.
I've listened to the first two of this series on my own dime, if Audible gives me the third one i will probably listen to it. Otherwise no.
Yes, The Grey Man series is wonderful, a little predictable but great story. Can't wait to read/listen to the next one.
Who else but The Grey Man and of course Sir Donald. Both are in a terrible business, but due to governments and greed, a necessary business. They are honorable men who try to make the best of horrible situations. I would love to meet them both any time.
Jay Snyder is The Grey Man. I love the timber and cadence of his voice. He brings it to life.
The epilogue, Court wants a life, but never seems to be able to have it, even for a moment.
I didn't think the ending was very good...disappointed. It lacked the excitement and action of the first book.
Yes, if it is on sale.
Say something about yourself!
Greaney's first Gray Man book kept me listening but wasn't wonderful. The second in the series was a complete flop for me, stopped listening.
Nothing sticks out. Good book, good read. Entertaining. Reader was clear. Tied together nicely at end.
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