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Sounds of War
- Iraq Attack of Thomas Edington
- By: Thomas Ferreolus
- Narrated by: F. William Baldwin
- Length: 5 hrs and 25 mins
Author Thomas Ferreolus pens a witty, action-packed tale that gyrates around one man's dangerous journey in his new publication, Sounds of War. The story revolves around the lost battles in the tumultuous Al Anbar Province during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Follow Thomas Edington's gritty path down unspoken truths as he is forced to navigate the edges of unnatural juxtapositions.
- By Lee Ryder on 01-10-16
What did you love best about Sounds of War?
Action, Suspense, Addicting
What other book might you compare Sounds of War to and why?
I really loved the music. The background war sounds made me think that I was right there in the middle of the war with the characters.
Have you listened to any of F. William Baldwin’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I absolutely Loved the narrator. He really made it very interesting and sometime very intense to listen too.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I would have loved to and it was very hard to stop it, because I thought about what I heard and day dreamed about what may happen next.
Any additional comments?
At first when I was approached, I admit, I was a little skeptical about it, but I never turn a book away when I am offered and I always give the books a chance, but I was extremely surprised and very intrigued about this story and was addicted to it. It's one I would recommend to people to listen too.