Units: Mad Dogs 8

Narrated by: Garrett Reins
Series: Mad Dogs, Book 8
Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: LGBT, Romance
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The Mad Dogs are still adjusting to new promotions, pack mates, and pack hierarchy, but their adjustment period is cut short. As the war with the Organization still rages and rogue council members are determined to change the vision of the Council, the Mad Dogs find themselves fighting a war on two fronts. The Mad Dog Unit numbers have raised enough to break the team into two units, but it is enough? They can only hope so as the Mad Dogs decide who will comprise the Alpha and Bravo units.

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I loved the first books, especially 1-4. I’m really disappointed in this installment. There were WAY too many characters introduced. It was very hard keeping them straight (no pun intended). The political plot was very convoluted. This book as well book 7 is about 2 hours shorter than the rest. It had to be longer. The 5 hours is nothing but fighting and politics and an attempt at character development for 4 maybe 5 new characters, I’m not even sure. With introducing so many characters and trying to increase the political intrigue, 5 hours was not possible. The 2 hours cut held the romance because this book has none. Disappointed I bought this one. Lastly, they switched narrators again. The first was BY FAR the best. He actually gave each character (maybe 10 or so) their own voice and style - and each was pleasing to the ear, which is truly incredible. He made these audiobooks successful. You can’t translate a story like this to audio without an excellent narrator. I’m really not sure if I’ll buy another if he isn’t on it. There are just too many characters for most narrators to handle.