Good book I liked it and it was fast reading I give it a 10 out of 10!
Not my favorite in the series but still great.
This is one of the most pretentious books I have had the misfortune of listening to. It reads like a conservative dream, with the protagonist dripping with moral self righteousness, about his lifestyle choices. Needless to say, all women are supermodels and the only ones who are supposed to be the "good" ones are those in the police and military. Most of them throw themselves at Scot, supposedly because of his gun-toting lifestyle. Of course, Scot is only interested in the intelligence of his girlfriend, who by the way, looks like a Brazilian supermodel (yeah, right!). And the villains - it's not enough to say that big government is not efficient; here the author leaves nothing to chance, to drive home his attitude about the government. Here, the government "bureaucrats" (aka bad guys), are also merciless killers, racists trying eugenics, and communists - all together making a potent combination. But wait, there is a new public institution that is a new villain...the...(drumroll)...UN!? Really? I tried to finish the book nevertheless, hoping that there will be some rounded perspective, some deeper objective later - nothing! The same story continues to the very end, finally completing the hypocritical circle where our hero, having gunned down all the bad guys (enjoying every moment, by the way), needs spiritual counseling with a priest before returning to his family. Hurray for the conservative mindset, thumbs down to the "big evil government" types!
Terrible narrator does not sound like a tough guy and his switching characters is pitiful I truly enjoy your stories thank u