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Honor Bound

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: W.E.B. Griffin

Narrated By: Dick Hill

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: September 2008

Duration: 21 hours 43 minutes

Summary:

It's 1942. A Marine aviator, an Army paratrooper and demolitions expert, and a non-com radio man are on an impossible mission for the OSS - sabotaging the resupply of German ships and submarines - by any means necessary! First Lieutenant Cletus Frade is fresh from Guadalcanal. He teams up with Second Lieutenant Anthony Pelosi and Sergeant David Ettinger for the most critical OSS operation of the war. Under the direction of the mysterious Colonel Loman, they venture into a simmering stew of German and Allied agents, collaborators, and government security thugs, of men and women hiding their pasts and plotting their futures - all in supposedly neutral city of Buenos Aires.

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  • rob young

    W e b griffin tells the story with real life fixtures while plugging in fictional characters, it's a great read everytime. The precision in which the author tells the story is unmatched. War buffs these books are for you.

  • Dirk Ussler

    I love Griffin's books - they are always a good read. This abridged version leaves a lot to wish for. The gaps are quite obvious, and the flow of the story is impacted by it. The whole story has an unfinished feel to it, and often the plot jumps from one place to the next without any interruption in the narrative. This is unfortunate, since the plot is very promising and characters interesting. I would not recommend this version.

  • Mike in the LBC

    This is my first Audio Book that I have listened to so I am probably giving it one star less than usual because I am just getting acclimated to the format. In any case, a very easy "read" so perfect for the car. This is my first WEB Griffin book. The build up was good but the climax was way too short and not very exciting. In a movie, it would be about 5 minutes.

  • Anonymous

    Readers should be aware that this is in fact the abridged version of this book, and it suffers from the abridgement process.