My goodness James Reece is one “bad man.” Jane’s Carr’s novels keep better and better!
Best one yet!
Book is probably the best one so far, in order. Ray Porter does great work on the Rhodesian accents and the rest of the narration. Jack Carr is ruthless in his descriptions of the battles that just make you want to keep listening.
I loved the narrator and the way he told the story. He kept me hanging on. I did not want to keep listening when I couldn’t. I will definitely read more of this series.
A good story kept me interested and waiting for the next move.
Love the series
Really engaging story!
Once again, GREAT story, E&E on foot across Siberia is not something I remember from JPRC but great story.
Great book and the narrator was awesome!
Enjoyed the first 3 books and can't wait to listen to the rest!
Another great addition
Not really anyone's fault but listening to the word redacted over and over again is kinda annoying
This was an outstanding book! James Reese is doing what he does best!
Full of action and suspense!
Keep it coming Jack Carr!!
Nice plot twists and suspense. I love how Jack ties the story together.
Great narrator, good flow and lots of interesting detail.
Great details and edge of your seat listening all the way through the book!!
Edge of the truck seat listening.
one of the most exciting books I ever heard or read.
Another winner for Jack Carr!! Very good book!
Love all these jack carr books. Surprised they’re not talked about more. They’re sooooo good
Book 3 was a satsfying end to some of the last of the bad guys introduced in books 1 and 2.
Yet another solid story. On to his next book!
excellent and excitingly told thriller
Incredible detail ranging from ammunition types to building structures in St Petersburg. Captivating and real world author.
Entertaining and kept me engaged. A great way to distract the mind on long runs and drives.
Another James Reece novel that was beyond superb. Jack Carr has a tremendous talent for inserting you into the narrative. Easy to imagine every scene while listening to the great Ray Porter narrate.
Interesting twist on the 1930's tale of Russian psycho who hunts humans. Combined with modern Russian mafia vs the CIA.