Love Audible books, listening to 1 every week. However listening to this story is like watching grass grow. The English accent narrator is not suited..Show More » for an action/adventure story. "We're going to kill you," comes across as "Let's meet for tea and crumpets, shall we?" I am a fan of John Gilstrap but in audio form is painfully tedious.
I love Mr. Gilstrap's writing style and his story flow. I enjoyed the book from the first 5 minutes of listening. I did not find his use of sexual c..Show More »rimes overused at all. Been around too many that have been sexually abused during their youth-thought it was very real on that front. I couldn't wait for the time I could listen again to the book. I will look for more from this author. Narrator Jeremy Gage sold it!
This is not a 'on the edge of your seat' book. It's a bit plodding and the characters didnt impress me all that much and they are not very exciting. T..Show More »he narrator does not help things at all. Sounds rather whiney. I thought it was a waste of my money.
This is the fourth in a series of thrillers. The main character Jonathan Grave is one of those super human ex-military types who can take on a battal..Show More »ion of soldiers and win. His assignment is to exchange money for a group of people from a US mega church. Sounds easy but it doesn't end up that way. After a gunfight with the kidnappers, Jonathan, his team, and his PC (precious cargo) head north, running into many obstacles along the way. If you enjoyed the other books in this series you won't be disappointed with this one. If you are new to the series you will still enjoy it as it requires no prior knowledge of the characters. Yes, I would recommend this book to mystery/thriller readers. It's not edge-of your seat suspense but it's a good listen.
I love the Jonathan Grave series but this was out of control. The premise was so flawed. Mr Gilstrap was asking us to suspend all knowledge of facts a..Show More »nd how the world actually works. Just way too much.