No. The story was okay but the reader was distracting. Most of the action scenes were really far-fetched and the main character seemed too robotic. ..Show More » The attempt at humanizing him didn't work.
This latest book in the Spycatcher series does not rival the complex ambiguity of a John Le Carré novel nor does it require a great amount of mental d..Show More »exterity to follow the storyline. But it is fun!
This is faster paced and has more action than the previous books in the series. The action begins almost immediately and continues unabated throughout the book. If you enjoyed the first two books in the series you should find this book to your taste. If you are new to this series I would suggest you read the books in sequence. The hero of these books is more in the genre of James Bond than George Smiley.
Those of you who enjoy a fast paced and entertaining distraction on the long drive home from work will find this novel and excellent buy. If you need something steeped in psychological drama such as a Le Carré novel this book is not for you.
The Spy Catcher series just keep getting better. I found this one the most suspenseful of all and fastest paced. Even though I missed appearances by L..Show More »athe and Roger, Emma turned out to be a wonderful new character, however brief her appearance. This was actually my second listen I just finished.
I regret obtaining this book. The author hasn't the slightest concept of police procedure or firearm protocol. The characters are meer childish shells..Show More » that are unbelievable. I stopped listening after an hour or two as it only got worse and harder to listen to.