Deep in Africa, countless feuds that have blazed for many centuries are quickly being resolved by death and massacre. A massive conspiracy is unearthed surrounding the centuries-old slave trade, and only Remo can unravel it.
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©2002 Warren Murphy; (P)2009 Speaking Volumes, LLC
I have read these books since I was about 16. I love the satire, and especially how the characters interact with the political figures of the day, and how the authors systematically destroy the rampant political correctness of the era. These books are not for children because of all the sex and violence. But they are extremely hilarious and wonderful escapism. Yes, I will listen again, but I would like to see more of these titles
Executioner series. Impossible action sequences. Executioner is modern weapons. Destroyer is everything else.
Actually, yes, the performance is excellent.
Chuin demanding to find the Washington Pollsters because his Soaps were cancelled to broadcast Watergate coverage.
Remo "eliminating" 2 companies of men, de-tusking several elephants, and disabling six jeeps, all while naked.
The Sun Source of Martial Arts comes to Africa.
Please add more of these to Audible. They are great chunks of entertainment.
Sci-fi, mystery and action-adventure fan
The two Destroyer books available in audible (the other being Chinese Puzzle) are a fun and action-packed romp and the reading by Gray Gleason is fantastic, with the narrator doing a variety of believable voices and accents, from title characters Remo and Chiun to a host of others that fit into the pulp fiction nature of the novel. Hopefully there are more Destroyer novels to come with Gleason as the narrator.
I read this as a young adult. The satire still holds up. As does the unique action. Hopefully a new generation will discover Remo Williams.
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