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Nigerian Terror

Narrated by: Jay Snyder
Series: Nick Woods, Book 4
Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
4 out of 5 stars (115 ratings)

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Nick Woods and his elite band of shooters from Shield, Safeguard, and Shelter (S3) deploy to Africa on their next mission to deal with an out-of-control terrorist group that now holds more than 20,000 square miles of land.

This terrorist group, called the Boko Haram, has finally gotten the attention of America's leaders. Its tactics of abducting children and ruthlessly expanding its territory pose a threat to Nigeria and the countries surrounding it.

But when S3 stumbles upon a dangerous plot by Boko Haram's leader, their daunting task transforms into a terrifying matter of national security. S3 must change its focus immediately to tracking down four lethal weapons in an all-out race against time.

©2016 Stan R. Mitchell (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • Indiana United States
  • 09-11-17

Just end it

I wish the author would've killed off the main characters of the series would come to a close. This is the last book I listen to from the author.

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Not nearly as good as previous books.

Three were far too many inconsistencies, plot holes and gloss overs. The entire story seemed rushed.

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  • Los Angeles
  • 05-20-17

Just ok.

Story was predictable and lacked any depth. Would not recommend.

Jay Snyder is always a great narrator.

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Read like a B movie... Predictable and no depth

Hardly a terror. just cliche. nothing more than one liners, shallow charters and irrelevant details...

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Not the best of the series.

This was a series that started out great but with each episode had lacked more and more depth. Hope it picks up again because I really liked it in the beginning.

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Nigerian Terror

This book was not as thrilling as Mexican Heat. I loved Jay Snyder's performance. he was the reason I purchased the Book. he is extremely talented.

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Nigerian terror

This book was really interesting and I had a good time reading it! There is plenty of action, some armed forces politics and great soldier characters.

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missing Marcus

while Red I'm sure is a great character Marcus reminds us there is no substitute for a good drill instructor

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Still good but doesn’t create a sense of danger

The book was good but it didn’t feel like there’s really much of a sense of danger it wasn’t captivating

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Not Stan Mitchell's best

I enjoyed the series but was disappointed with this one. Overall the series is worth the "light" read