• Law and Vengeance

  • A Legal Thriller
  • By: Mike Papantonio
  • Narrated by: Patrick Lawlor
  • Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (965 ratings)

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Law and Vengeance

By: Mike Papantonio
Narrated by: Patrick Lawlor
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Publisher's Summary

Vengence will be theirs!

The Bergman-Deketomis Law Firm built their powerhouse legal team fully understanding that their opponents rarely play by the rules, but the gruesome murder of one of their senior partners has placed them on a playing field where there are no rules.

They are caught up in a way that has to be won outside of a courtroom. One of America's largest weapons manufacturers has them in its crosshairs, and a negotiated settlement is not an option. Sometimes the pursuit of justice isn't enough. Sometimes the law of vengeance is the only path.

©2017 Mike Papantonio (P)2017 Waterside Productions, Inc., and Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Horrible waste of time

The storyline is horribly inaccurate and is most definitely written by someone that watches MSNBC with a very distorted view on guns and how they operate.

The narration is even worse than the writing.

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Land of make believe

it is a story of anti gun, environmentalist good guy lawyers. Reminds me of a 70's country song,...we'll all be drinking that free bubble up and eating that rainbow stew....I will never live long enough to think class action law suits serve anyone but the lawyers.

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Didn't click...

Unnatural conversations, lotta over-delivery. Story slow and predictable. I couldn't find sympathy or interest

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Law and Vengeance

Authors uses his books to push his very liberal agenda. I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone. I guess we know why it is on the “free list.

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Narrator makes or breaks the book

I did not like the reading by narrator. I wish the same person who Narrated the first book would have done this one.

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Too much Anti Trump BS

Won’t waste money buying any of his books
Good thing this one was free
Could have been better without the Anti Trump BS

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Great listen!

Loved this book. The characters were well developed and the story moved quickly to keep my attention. The story has a definite political slant, which I could have done without, however, it didn’t cause me to stop listening.

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Cliché ridden dialog

I don't know if his editors made him do it but at every instance the author could have written original dialog he instead used worn out cliche. Like nails on blackboard to read it. Story line OK.

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couldn't finish

it seemed disjointed with little character development and a lot of blah blah blah. Maybe I just wasn't in the mood but this was one I couldn't finish even though it was free.

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Good story for liberals

The story line was going great, but is overshadowed by liberal politics of the author.
In the event you are excited by left leaning ideals and political correctness, this is the book for you.
For me, I am sorry I spent my money on it. Won’t make that mistake again Mr. Papantonio!!

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  • 08-31-22

Mixed reaction

Story is initially believable and engaging but strays into the predictable fantasy of an action film at the end. I was really caught up by the first part of the story but when there was a predictable reveal of a “bad guy” followed by fantasy violence then I lost interest. The narrator does a fair job with accents and character - thank you.

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  • RDC
  • 07-26-22

Story is fine but narration is hideous

The narrator just over enunciates every word in the worst possible way: it makes this book incredibly difficult to listen to and follow.

I don’t understand why companies producing audio books employ readers like this. Do they not listen to the finished product before inflicting it on the open market?