After the End

An Owen Taylor Story
Narrated by: Kyf Brewer
Series: Owen Taylor, Book 2
Length: 2 hrs and 57 mins
4.1 out of 5 stars (36 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's payback time.

A devastated soldier's wife wants Special Ops veteran Owen Taylor to avenge her broken husband. And she won't have to ask twice.

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audible out you've enjoyed this program poor choic

too many characters in poor development. Storyline too confusing. Really didn't enjoy the book at all.

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pretty cool

Carol Smith I really enjoyed the story wish I had read the first one before this one but it's all good it moved quick and can't wait to hear

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Reads like a "Mickie Spillane" book from the 50's

I would not buy this book, in fact I'm returning it to Audible. 3/4 of it narration--like listening to or watching a Mickie Spillane series. Pretty formula, not much of a plot. I don't know Brendan DuBois, but certainly beneath James Patterson. It's a shame that fine authors spoil their legacy by selling a franchise to amateurs.