A wonderful chase story with many twists and turns. Great characters, but the detail in the book goes on and on. The author explains many situations..Show More » to a degree that I found frustrating. It is a great book, with surprise? ending.
This book is a bad combination of the wrong narrator, armature writing, and not even good characters. The result is a book you struggle to stay with ..Show More »and one you want to turn off. The narration is awful. This is the first book I have listened to that J. Charles was the narrator. He was totally wrong for this work. He can’t do accents, can’t do women and he sounds too old to be a vibrant young Ryan Kealy. The book itself contains too much ‘lecture’ background that isn't creatively written, the dialogue is unsophisticated (hard to believe the President and senior officials speak so simply). And for the US’s top operative, the President’s go to guy, well he sure behaves like an inexperienced operative. I have listened to others in the series and this clearly is one to skip.
A bit too descriptive of all the details of destruction. And a bit of a disconnected story line. But otherwise an enjoyable read. The justification..Show More » of the antagonist was weak and this left me feeling uncertain of the real motivations.
Enjoyed this book. I would give it four and one half stars if I could. The reader was good. Especially when he had to do the Arabic words. Mispronounc..Show More »ed some English words though. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys espionage books.