I was in an Army airborne unit in Afghanistan stationed right next to the border, and although not a special operator, I could relate with a lot of wh..Show More »at Kolt was experiencing, and it just brought be back in vivid detail! I was able to visualize almost everything! I especially like Dalton's writing because, unlike Vince Flynn, the language is realistic and there are really no lewd language or sexual references, which is just wholly unnecessary to create a great story. I find that all too often with Vince Flynn's content.
I didn't expect a story with a lot of twists and turns or a complex plot, but Dalton delivered! I got the Audible audiobook and there is an interview with Dalton at the end which I appreciated.
I seriously can't wait for the next one to get released!! Highly recommended!
I was devastated with the loss of Vince Flynn. He was a patriot and his Mitch Rapp series was just fantastic. So many times I found myself sitting in ..Show More »the driveway listening for just a few more minutes before turning off my ipod. However, with Vince, so went Mitch.
I like the Scot Harvath books and especially the Dewey Andreas series (these rock) but Dalton Fury has really nailed it with his Delta Force books.
Again I find myself sitting in my driveway listening for a few more minutes before going into the house. I've finished both books in the series in record time. I just couldn't stop listening. In fact, I'll probably listen again, just as I did with each of the Mitch Rapp books.
If you're a Mitch Rapp fan and looking for a comparable character and story, this is it. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
The narration is fantastic as well. He does a great job capturing the essence of every single character, helping the characters and the story come alive.
I really enjoyed the first 3 books in this series but have been disappointed with this one. I'm not sure I can fully explain without giving the plot ..Show More »away - but I can say the story and plot isn't nearly as strong or interesting as the prior books. Also - on an interesting note - I listen to this book on my iPhone while plugged into a speaker in my garage. Whenever Ari Fliakos (the reader) says "Syrian" in part of any sentence, my iPhone interprets this as my attempt to ask the iOS Siri function a question and I've been getting all kinds of interesting responses - based on whatever is being addressed in that sentence. Pretty funny, actually.