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DJ has been kidnapped, forced into a playing a wicked game of cat and mouse for the sake of vengeance. All he has to do is stay alive long enough for his friends to find him. But they have problems of their own. To make matters even more difficult, DJ is suffering from PTSD. He must not only outwit the hunters that pursue him, but he must also do battle with the demons in his own mind.

©2018 James Beltz (P)2020 James Beltz

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Keeps getting better and better!!

This is the fourth book in the Slaughter series. I suggest listening to the series in order but it can be listened to as a stand alone.
This book picks up right where the third book left off. There is an attack on the SAC in a foreign country. Slaughter and his wife are both kidnapped on two different locations. He’s taken one place to play a deadly game. Abby is taken to another as insurance. Meanwhile back at their headquarters in Texas there is chaos.
The plot does require some suspension of belief. But it sure is fun listening to these characters get out of sticky situations in ways that could exist only in this author’s imagination!
Shawn Milo does a great job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Editing missed a Burp and exaggerated sigh

Editing missed a Burp, sigh of frustration and a re-do. Possibly more. otherwise the sorry was good.

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Good book

This is the fourth installment to the slaughter series and I really enjoyed the overall story but I felt like the ending was rushed...there are a lot of unanswered questions or maybe they will be answered in the next book hopefully. I think someone needs to check the editing on the audio there was a couple parts of the novel where the narrator stopped and cleared his throat or burped.

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Couldn't finish it

This book seems like it's trying to be two different books. Maybe 15% action and 85% bad soap opera. It tells us how bada** the character is over and over and over again. Describes how bad his PTSD is over and over and over again. Good writing describes things well so you come to that conclusion, bad writing tells you over and over and over again. I can't see this is the same author as the previous books. I'm done with the series because of this one.

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Think the narrator burps during the reading

Its a good story I enjoy the series. Only problem is im pretty sure the narrator burps at one point and loses his place. Not sure why they didn’t edit better.

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Narrator is getting on my nerves

Get your sh!t together Shawn Milo. You're making people not like listening to a series they like the story for.

So I'm on book 4 of this series and it seems like the Narrator needs to do better, or find other work. While he does have a "good voice" I get the impression that almost all of what he reads is also the first time he reads it. I don't know how else to describe it but he also does high pitched thing at the beginning of sentences, especially when reading a succession of observations made by DJ (or whoever really) or during slower parts of the book.

I'm (also) positive he burps and sighs within the first 15 minutes of the book. No way was this edited.



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Good book but needs edited

I believe I either heard the narrator burp or fart while he was reading the book, pretty funny honestly. There were also a few time when he would read something and then read the same part again. Book was really good but someone needs to go back and listen to it again and edit out the extra stuff.

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Silly

Great narrater and characters but silly premise and completely unbelievable. Hopefully better material next boom!