The story was good and I wish I had read the book. The narrator was in such a hurry and he didn't vary the voices or the narrated portions at all. I..Show More » can't remember the last audio book that was this poorly narrated. I'm spoiled by all the other great narrators and I'll remember to avoid ones Rob Patterson does unless he improves. The story was pretty good, however.
A slow uninteresting story made worse by a bad reader. I forced myself to continue after the first hour hoping it would get better. However, after a c..Show More »onversation with about a dozen "he said" and "she said" after the shot statements, I gave up. This is one of the most boring books I have ever tried.
I had never read any Mark Henshaw books or heard of the Red Cell series. The Fall of the Moscow Station was a Kindle special at $1.99 with a Whispersy..Show More »nc for Voice Audible edition special price of $3.49 making the total little more 50% of the cost of an Audible credit. That is great for a very recently released novel.
The plot is a sound one with lots of action, suspense, twists, and turns. The author is ex-CIA and the novel is CIA. This book is a very worthwhile listen. Narration is not stellar, but it is more than adequate.