The plot of the book has great potential, however the Author rambles on and on and takes forever to move the plot. There are so many people floating ..Show More »in and out of the story from the present to the past that it's hard to keep track of everyone. You can figure out most of the ending early on, which also takes the luster off of the story. The main character is emotionally unstable hearing voices and seeing visions of his dead daughter which is totally unbelieveable.
The most troubling part of this book is the Author's intent to force his secularist views down your throat. He belittles the people in the book who have morals and any sort of Christian background, making sure they commit heinous sin or acts against God or others.
I've read a lot of books/books on CD, and this one is the worst of them all
Eric Van Lustbader's send book in the Jack McClure series is a step up from his first book The Last Daughter. This thriller takes place in Russia as J..Show More »ack accompanies the President travels to Moscow. Jack is the Presidents closest ally and confidant. Jack makes a split second decision to get involved with defending a Russian Woman and is drawn into what could become an international incident.
When the President's Daugter is left in his custody he must protect her while solving a mystery before the President signs a new agreement with Russia.
It is a mile a minute thrill ride and Richard Ferrone does an amazing job with the characters in this series. As an advid audiophile I appreciate a narrator who stays with a series from book to book. This is a great book to listen to and I am excited to start the next book in this series.
I bought this book for my own pleasure and provide this Honest Review for my readers.