A series of bizarre deaths erupts, first in New York and then in Washington. Men are seemingly falling to their deaths inside skyscrapers, leaving no clue but their battered bodies.
Jerry and Weed investigate, and then the masterminds behind a terrible new weapon strike directly at their headquarters, seeking to head them off before they can fit all the pieces of the puzzle in place.
The final battle takes place on and above the Hudson River.
©2014 Mark Barnard (P)2014 Mark Barnard
It wasn't time wasted. What I mean is that this book isn't normally in my wheel house, but the narrator brought it to life with his clipped and edgy speech patterns and I was able to be carried along on the ride.
I would if he works with the same narrator again.
I have not
he draws you in and projects the character very well. verry impressive
The narration is what kept me going in this book. i would never have finished it if it where not for the performance of the narrator.
Not my kind of book, but a good enough story and well narrated.
I'm not an author and don't claim to be. Just not my genre.
I liked "Weed" as I imagined Bruno doing the Robin Williams hot dog impression whilst doing it.
Listen and hear for yourself, there's a few moments
i would mostly not recommend this book to most of friends unless they were into this kind of book.
most likely not since the story for this book was unable to keep my attention.
Bruno has a unique energy to his voice that will get your attention and is hard to find in other narrators.
Easily immersible story
Weed since we seem to have things in common.
Jerry. Bruno seems to voice his character the best.
A great story and I'm looking forward to Bruno's next narration.
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