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The Shadow Enclave

A Mitch Herron Action Thriller, Book 2
Narrated by: Tom Jordan
Series: Mitch Herron Series, Book 2
Length: 3 hrs and 9 mins
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Some rules can't be broken. 

Can a deadly assassin survive a price on his head? 

Mitch Herron is used to snuffing out dangerous and evil people. But to save millions of innocent people from a brutal terrorist attack, he disobeyed orders and now killers are after him. The organization he once killed for doesn't tolerate dissent. 

The Enclave has come to collect their due. With elite killers on his tail, it's time to kill or be killed. Is Herron up to fighting his former master to the death? 

Will Herron be able to turn the tables? Or will the fight consume him? Either way, he's about to find out that disobeying the boss can hurt. 

You'll love The Shadow Enclave, the second explosive thriller in the Mitch Herron series, because everyone wants to tell their boss to shove it. 

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©2018 Steve P. Vincent (P)2018 Steve P. Vincent

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Book 2

This book is a follow up of the first book and very much more suspenseful like the previous one. I will be following this series. Good narration.

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Listened to it ALL in one go!

A deeply captivating thriller, I couldn’t stop listening, and ended up listening to it all in one sitting! This is the second in a three-book series about Mitch Herron, full of suspense and reminiscent of the Borne Identity series – if you liked that one, you’ll love The Shadow Enclave! Tom Jordan is back in this edition, I really enjoy his narration – he’s a great actor, who lends authenticity and intrigue to this exiting book!

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Awesome book, awesome series!

This was a great book with fantastic characters and a good plot action packed start to finish...... the end of the book was like sitting in the theatres watching the first Lord of the Rings thinking how did they end it here! This book just ends in a way that’s disappointing as you want it to continue. It does continue in the next book but I feel that the two could have almost been made into one book! Stay tuned I have to get the next book and read it NOW!

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Enjoyable listen

Received this book having thought I had read the first in the series. I had not but decided to listen to this Audible version first. It was not hard to catch yoyrself up by the second chapter. The idea that our hero Mitch was being used by the organization he work with and who were now looking to eliminate him but others from the same organization were trying to save him worked for me. It set up a sequence of events where it made you wonder who were the good guys. I expected twists but never the right ones. The narrator was easy to listen to early on has characters and incidenta began to pile up and never seemed to get in the way. My first criteria for rating a book is not likable characters, aothors style of prose, plausibility of story or any other posh evaluation, but simply did I enjoy it and that I did.

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Better than the first one

The narrator's voice is great. The book is okay. It is better than the first one. Starting to have a good story line but taking a bit longer than I like.

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Bosses suck! Or in this case, shoot!

Mitch is always up for a buttkicking party! In this case, the party is coming to him in the form of bullets. His own boss wants to kill him. Talk about a bad day in the office! Never a dull moment in this job though. Pure action! Pure adrenaline!

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Fast paced action

This is the second in the series and I think I liked this second book better than the first (isn’t that usually the case?) If I have any complaint it would be that it’s too short. Narration was very good. I give a narrator top marks if I lose myself in the novel and forget the novel is being read to me. Tom Jordan succeeds in that. If you like the Gray Man series or Tom Clancy then I think you’ll like the Mitch Herron series.

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Another wild and exciting ride

This one picks up where the last one left off with just as much of an exciting thrilling adventure as the first one. I was held on the edge from one adventure to the next with such a thrilling ride that kept me glued to my seat. Mitch is on the run trying to stay one step ahead of his killers. In some ways I can relate to this, there has been many days I would have loved to just look at my boss and say are you kidding me, and tell him what he can do with his plans. Here the boss doesn’t like what he has done and is out to make sure he doesn’t breather another day. You know you are having a bad day when you survived a deadly virus that some crazy man injected you with only to find out your boss has a hit on you which leaves him with little choice but to join the former assassins to bring down his boss and all he stands for.

The narrator as always does a wonderful job from his character voices to the emotion. His character voices are wonderful you always know who is talking and what they are feeling. His male to female voice is great and easy to follow with smooth and even when changing to one character to the next. He gives the right tones for the scenes you can hear the fear, excitement, danger in the characters voices. His performance is just outstanding. There is no background noises, no volume changes, no repeating of words just a very clean and clear audio that pulls you in. If any breaks were taken I could not tell it was just a very clean and clear audio that I got lost in. The narrator normal voice is just a wonderful as his character voice keeping you on the edge with danger and true emotion that makes your heart beat a little faster as the scenes unfold keeping you on the edge. Mr. Jordan does a great job bring the audio alive making you feel each emotion, danger and excitement that the author gives. It was a thrilling ride that I totally enjoyed from a very talented narrator.

It is a very intriguing listen that captivated me with danger and adventure one after another. There is drama as he takes out first one person and then another never knowing when it might be his turn. This is just as good as the first one in this series. You can read as a standalone but book one gives more insight to the story. The author gives a well-thought-out plot that makes you want to listen until the end. The characters are believable and become your friends. I had no trouble playing out the scenes in my mind. I am so hooked on this series and can’t wait for the next one to come out. If you love action adventure, thrills and chills that is fast pace and keeps you on the edge this is for you.

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the assassin on the run

You don’t have to read the 1st book in the series to appreciate this one, but it makes this one better. Mitch has survived the small pox virus that was injected into him, only to discover that his former employer, The Enclave, has a hit on him. Mitch joins forces with a small band of former assassins to bring down the Enclave. Will they succeed before the assassin who is better than Mitch, earns his kill...aka Mitch?
This book was even more intriguing that book 1 and looks as if there is a book 3 coming! I need to find out if The Enclave is permanently put out of business. Awesome narration.
I voluntarily accepted a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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A cool adventure, Herron Style

this one I received as part of audiobook month by the author for an honest review.

What can I say, Mitch is a little crazy but that's exactly what I love about these books.

In this occasion, poor Mitch get trashed around with lots of crazy assassin's that think they can, maybe stop this super organization they worked for.

Now the funny remarks made it super Mitch style, and made my day a lot but I did felt the adrenaline rush with the assassin's on tail.

another cool one for the series, can't wait to finish then off.

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  • Placid
  • 02-12-19

More action

This book continues the story of an agent who was considered rogue and is now on the run from The Enclave and must now rely on previously unknown agents who have come to recognize bad elements. It involves identifying the bad elements and trying to neutralize them .

This book involves discoveries and betrayal and a great deal of danger. The action is good and the plot and writing is good. The narration is very good and the performance is well understood.

This book was provided free in expectation of an honest review.

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  • bluepits73
  • 12-28-18

Action Packed Thriller!

This book picks up right where The Omega Strain ends. Just like the first one, this one packs a punch. The author does a masterful job keeping you on your toes. These may be shorter listens, but they are extremely intense and action packed throughout. These can be listened to out of order or as standalone stories, however, they make the most sense if listened to in order.

The narrator delivers another fabulous performance in this performance. His deeper tone and slightly rougher voice amplify Mitch Heron as a character and capture the serious attitude an operative would need to have. This is especially apparent throughout Heron's internal dialogue. Perfect fit for thrillers like these, and a pleasure to listen to!

I received a review copy at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 12-10-18

I need to find a handler.

Mitch Herron was an assessin, working for the Enclave, always working alone and not questioning his orders - until recently.That one time he'd disobeyed instructions to give up a job before he had completed it, killing another agent in the process. Now he was out and would, himself, he hunted. He'd barely survived that last mission, aided by a woman named Erica. She's saved his life and given him a safe house whilst he recovered, which only she knew about, personally bringing him provisions at the same time each week. But they found him, which meant they'd found her, as well. Now he not only needed to keep himself alive, but feels responsible for Erica, also. But for both of their safety, he can't take her with him so hides her, promising to return, and it isn't long before a meeting with another assassin convinces him that the very organisation he'd server for so long had to be destroyed.

Although the second a trilogy, it is not necessary to have read the first book to be fully involved in The Shadow Enclave, a well written, fast paced action thriller where the edges blur between right and wrong. Even assassins can have a conscience. Narrator Tom Jordan again becomes Mitch Herron, his reading keeping pace with Herron's predicaments, always clearly expressed, voice well intoned and modulated, pleasant on the ear. The other protagonists are also given distinct and appropriate voices. A fine performance

An exciting, well written and read thriller with an interesting story lin e. Recommended.

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  • Julie
  • 11-27-18

Don't leave this book in the shadows

Wow, I loved this book. I listened to the first book in the series and when it finished I was straight onto the next book to find out what happens to our hero, - okay not sure you can call an assassin a hero but anyway, the story picks up straight from where book one left off and listenke book one this is another action packed story that is a lot of fun to listen too.

The main character (hero) just survived a deadly poison but her hasn't even been released from the hospital before he is on the run, fighting for his life. With deadly assassins on his tail can he take down his old bosses and live to fight another day.

The narrator was very good and I loved everything about this book, hence the five stars. I am now off to get book three to find out what happens next.