Another outstanding story from a guy who seems able to crank them out at will. Brilliantly read by Armand Schultz. With so much insanity in the news and the world around us, it's nice to escape to a world where the good guys win and the characters believe in America. I know there are lots of real people who fit that description, but unless you know them, you don't hear much about them in the "news".
I totally agree with anonymous the book has nothing to do with politics. Great book. Love Brad Thor.
Great book. Seems like it had less side stories than the previous ones.
I only recently discovered Brad Thor and I am really enjoying his books. They are interesting and exciting and detailed enough that I learn about things and places and even get a sense of being there. These are not political. However, if you are looking for something that mindlessly recites whatever they (and just who is "they" anyway) say is politically correct, then you're going to be disappointed. The author does not walk on egg shells trying not to offend those with exaggerated for dramatic effect senses of political correct. Its actually such a relief to escape that nonsense. In case you haven't noticed, "politically correct" has been weaponized and turned against the American culture. For proof of that just look at these reviews - anything that doesn't recite the politically correct script is denigrated and called names. I plan on purchasing the rest of Brad Thor's books.
Brad Thor is a good author and storyteller. I had to Google the complete list of this series to listen to them in order, but worth the effort. Halfway through, and can't wait to purchase and listen to the rest! The only negative reviews come from individuals that have not been "tied" to the Rules of Engagement the military has to suffer. If they suffered the fog of war, they would feel different about getting things done to save their whiney butt sitting in their warm home while the military is suffering lack of sleep, poor food, poor weather, fear of death, lack of privations, and every imaginable problem - all for the lowest of pay. Wake up America!
I don't think the other reviewers even listened to one CD. This story has nothing to do with "concervative polictics". It is a great story ripped from the headlines about terrorists trying to do damage to innocent victims.
I admire the previous reviewer. I was unable to finish even the first CD. Once again the reader was, um, not good, but it really may have been that the text was insufferable.
The author has some very conservative politics, which become clear early on in the book. There were strong opinions about people who want peace being hypocritical when it comes to their families. I got so annoyed reading it I couldn't get past the 2nd CD. If you're not political conservative I would recommend you skip this book.