I really enjoyed this book. It keeps your interest and isn't overdone. He has some new gadgets used in the spy business that I haven't seen in other b..Show More »ooks. Whether real or not, they are believable. The narration is excellent. Overall I highly recommend this if you like intelligence mysteries.
Skull Session is one of my very favorite books and after listening to Conspiracy I think it is largely due to Christopher Lane. I love his voice and ..Show More »his reading of Conspiracy makes it seem more sinister and dark than the usual narrator who lends a comical tone to the Deep Black series. I totally enjoyed the three times I listened to this book, getting more out of each "listen". I hope they keep Christopher Lane as the narrator and I am definitely going to listen to everything he narrates.
New co-author, who obviously didn't read the previous books. No mention of key events and several supporting characters are missing. WAY too much prea..Show More »ching on global warming. Kills off a major character unnecessarily. Obviously the new author wants to establish his own story line, but JEEZ! Coonts should have stuck to DeFelice as coauthor. Don't much care for the new reader, either. I'm less than halfway through and it's debatable whether I'll bother to finish.
This is a superb book. I am a big fan of Coonts but would have enjoyed it even if I've never heard of him. It was a bit outside the previous deep blac..Show More »k novels the way he handled communications. There was more focus on the overall situation than the individuals themselves. It is well done, thought out and researched, a real page turner! I couldn't put it down.
Coonts and Keith do it again with the latest edition of the Deep Black series with this book. The narrator does a great job pulling the listener into..Show More » the action such that you just don't want to turn the book off.