This first in series of Navy Justice novels is a great read. It is not to bogged down in details, moves along well, and maintains a tension that the ..Show More »reader will enjoy. Zack Brewer is captivating as a litigator who struggles with his faith as a Christian and his responsibilities as a Naval JAG Officer. The premise of the book is believable, and it is well written. However, the choice to use a British narrator is distracting. His British mispronounciations of U.S. terms and words in normal conversation and in the legal setting is distracting, almost laughable. The performance of foreign accents is excellent. One would wish that he would be able to mimic American English as well. When the narrator uses British pronounciations when portraying any Naval Officer, even the President of the U.S., it is awful. A Britisher trying to sound Southern is unbelievable! Change the narrator for future volumes and this could be one of the best!
Since I problems reading for any length of time audio books are my salvation. This format satisfies my Jones for a good book and I enjoy it very much...Show More » The print version is probably wonderful but not an option for me anymore.
This is the third book in the series. In each one, the stakes increase. The plots can stand alone. Situations torn for newspaper headlines always wit..Show More »h an additional twist. Brown hasn't failed me yet. The fourth one is a chiller, too. Is the next one still in progress? I'm waiting patiently.