As a freelance assassin, Deckard is no stranger to the shadow world of covert operations, but when he is summoned to Bohemian Grove and hired to train and lead a battalion of Kazakh mercenaries, he soon discovers his employer's real agenda: a doomsday plot decades in the making.
Now, free humanity's only chance for survival rests with Deckard's renegade private military company. From Afghanistan to Burma and beyond, the clock is ticking down to global extinction.
©2011 Jack Murphy (P)2015 Beacon Audiobooks
I am a narrator myself and appreciate what a huge undertaking it is to produce a book like this.
Did not expect such an interesting storyline, it kept me on the edge of my seat. Very eye opening. The narrator was awesome, he did an interesting job in bringing the characters to life, without overdoing it.. The book was not hard to stay in tuned with, a pleasant voice, easy on the ears.
Deckard, he turns the tables and leads his private army against the men against those who have it coming to them. I was swept away by the action on the ship, where he has been exposed and all hell breaks loose, and then in the end how the government, sweeps mostly everything under the rug, with ridiculous explanations, so true to real life in so many ways.
The scene where Cabal is wanting to end life as we all know it, the progressive utopia, is talking in a cult setting. The scene is similar to a Satan Cult, except it is worse, as you find out later.
Yes, it really makes you wonder who you can trust. The book was given a good name, because it really will leave you reflexive as to any of this is possible.
I don't know if this should be considered courage , but Jack Murphy isn't afraid to let important characters get snuffed in all the spray of shrapnel and deluge of full-auto fire. The body count is high. What an exciting adventure!
I have heard this author is amazing and fabulous reviews on the story so I gave the story a 5. I listened to 10 minutes of this and the narration is terrible. It sounds "announcery." Those of you who also do voice over work will understand. A happy, announcer voice isn't the voice of a sniper who is doing his job.
Again, I've heard so many good things about the book that I'm going to buy it on my reader or in paperback. The narrator killed this one for me.
He sounded like an announcer not a narrator. He sounds like he should be on the "typical" news cast in a small town.
I probably wouldn't listen again - I've got the story, that was great. The performance was sub-par with multiple mispronunciations.
Yes, I could listen to this all in one go.
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