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Jake Noble is Back... And Deadlier Than Ever

When a friend and former teammate goes missing while on assignment, Jake Noble gets on the first plane to Mexico. Determined to catch his friend's killer and exact revenge, Jake finds himself pitted against a ruthless drug cartel, aided by a mysterious woman with a haunted past, and hunted by members of the CIA. Someone in Washington is hell-bent on stopping Noble before he uncovers a deadly secret that will shake the very halls of power.

©2017 William S Miller (P)2018 William S Miller

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Okay first one was better

A little too much political that took away from the story in this one. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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Ripped from the imagination of Alex Jones

I liked the first book, but this one is just bad. It’s predictable and the author barely even tried to disguise people names. Sean Hannity becomes Sean Hanissy, Hillary Clinton’s character gets a new name but still has a daughter named Chelsea. The Hillary bad Trump good conspiracy is so bad that I can only imagine the next book in the series will have Jake taking down pizzagate. I had hoped that a fictional character with my name would live in a better world, but alas Will has let me down.

Very disappointed, Jake Noble

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loved it

The story was great and The narrator was great as well. I can't wait until the next book .

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New reader required

Great story but I think the readers voice is better suited for another genre. I listen to menu books on audible and the narrators can make or break a series for me.

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Not a bad series

The second release in this series was as okay as the first. the stories are decent, although this was a mirror image of the Hillary server scandal and the election against Trump. Even using the exact headlines from the mainstream propaganda machine...I mean networks, is okay. The biggest issue with the stories is the presentation. The reader is fine, but not for the genre this falls under.

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Too Much Political Innuendo

I love this series but hate the underlying politics. Just tell a good story and leave out the politics.

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poor follow up to good 1st book in series

Good writer and storyteller who got lost in very thinly veiled comments on political personalities and pundits. Finally grew tired of it and quit listening further. Loved the first book but couldn't put up w this one. Will need to find a new series to listen to.

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Get another narrator

The narrator is lacking. The story line was decent but predictable but wow I struggled with the narrator. His voice acting needs series work and he mispronounced numerous words. His Mexican accents sound more like the comedian I’ve heard on Sirus. I sometimes couldn’t tell the difference between one person from another.

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still has some writer's growth to do

This is fine for the action, but even if you aren't a Clinton supporter you won't like the thin disguise of the despicable Helen Rhodes and her daughter Kelsey. Aside from this gossamer veil, there are too many cliches such as "broken puppet" among many others.

Miller is becoming a bit on-point with his operative names. To wit, the new golden boy is named Hunt. Get it? Hunt is a real donkeyhat, but is the best agent they have despite having just graduated from the Farm. He and 2 nerdy analysts, also new grads, are sent to take down either Noble or Mexico's worst drug lord. They end up rather like the Keystone Cops.

Mr. Verner's pronunciations are fine except for the very important drug lord's name, Machado which he pronounces as "mashato". In Portuguese, this would be correct, but in Mexican Spanish ch is the same as in English. Narrators can't be expected to know all languages and accents, so I don't understand why some pronunciation guide isn't given them so they can get through Russian, Chinese, and Spanish names.

So, I guess I may read book 3, but probably not more if the writing doesn't improve.

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Boring.

Terrible narration and amateur writing. Didn’t enjoy at all.
First book was passable. This was not.

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  • mangankillarney
  • 06-09-21

Noble

I enjoyed listening to Adam Verner

Not sure..a thriller, but a lot politics ..
it is fast and well paced.