He visited them and brought them candy.
He treated them like sons.
He trained them to be assassins.
Now he is trying desperately to have them killed.
Spanning the globe, here is an astonishing novel of fierce loyalty and violent betrayal, of murders planned and coolly executed, of revenge bitterly, urgently desired.
©2005 David Morrell; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio
"Riveting...Crackling...It really moves." (Washington Post Book World)
I'm a big fan or Morrell and I loved this book, but the production on this audio version is pretty sub-par. The narrator's voice goes really fast, as if the speed on the tape was increased. This makes it difficult to understand some of the words and the listener can end up confused on some character and plot points simply because it goes too fast to process.
I listen to too many audio books; love about 80% of them. History, historic fiction, biography, fantasy and science fiction are favorites.
Worth a credit. Warning: the book is more than 20 years old and feels a bit dated.
I prefer single readers to casts, but the story itself is strong and held my attention most of the way. I did feel, however, that it began to grow a bit predictable and I was ready for the story to wind up about 45 minutes before it actually did.
I did not find the reading too clipped or fast. I'll read more Morrell after this one.
The book Rambo, was not one of his best but much better than the movie. The Brotherhood of the Rose is a good old fashion spy drama.
This is my 2nd time with this story. I read it and now listened to it. The idea around the book is quite inventive in terms of how characters were recruited and some of the safe havens involved. I'd say more about those but don't want to spoil things.
Unfortunately, the reading of the audiobook is very bad. One of the worst I've ever heard. Buy the book.
I've heard there are some other books including the characters and I may have to look into those.
I have been a fan of David Morrell's books for years and was excited to see this one come to Audible. It is one of my original favorites. The downside is the narration, it is too fast and at times choppy and unclear. It can be hard to follow and I find that despite knowing the story, I occasionally get lost. It is still a good book and a good choice, you just have to get past the less than desirable narration.
"Trust your Brother"
Two brothers apart reunit. Courtesy of their father through betrail and the love of the rose.
It all starts prior to WW2.
"Impossible to listen to"
Yes the books are great
Totally possible to listen to
The sound quality of this recording is totally unacceptable there is so much echo you can't make out what is being said
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