This event sets in motion a chain of events that span the U.S. capital, California, the Pacific Northwest, a remote Aleutian Island, China, and South Korea. Jake is recruited back into Network service undercover in China, where he battles with double agents, the Chinese Army, and even the elements, as he struggles to discover his enemies. Everyone wants this new laser system, but Jake must ensure it doesn't get into the wrong hands. In a harrowing finale, only one man can keep the laser system away from the other factions...Jake Adams!
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No. Narration too painful.
I'd rather not. He actually did an acceptable job, but I guess I'm spoiled by fabulous, world-class narrators (e.g. Outlander).
Not that good.
Story was engaging and surprised me at the end. The narrator just couldn't pull off different voices without sounding comical.
I like the story, the series has been rather good so far. I'm not done with this book yet, but I have to say that the narrator is horrible! I'm not sure I'll be able to finish it let alone do the rest of the series. To be honest his voice isn't bad, and he reads well, but he tries different voices for characters & they are horrible. Not even laughable, just plain awful! I can't believe there wasn't an editor or producer involved. I would think that they would have started the whole production over.
Anybody! The neighbor kid next door with a speech problem would be an improvement.
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