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If you could sum up For Valour in three words, what would they be?
Andy Mcnab in all his glory
What about Paul Thornley’s performance did you like?
Paul thornley is the greatest narrator when it comes to playing a gritty, tough ex SAS solider. As far as I'm concerned, there is no point in casting any other narrator to play Nick Stone. I've have tried to listen to other narrators trying to play Stone, but Thornley is unrivalled in his talent for narrating for Mcnab.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I cried with relief when the day finally came of Valour's release
Any additional comments?
I'm looking forward to the next Stone instalment. Mcnab is my favourite, so perhaps I am biased in my reviews of his books.
In this adventure, rather than the jungles of Colombia or the freezing conditions of Russia, Stone takes us through our very own green and not-so pleasant land, trying to unravel a mystery that has left men dead.
As ever, Mcnab's survival intellect and gritty storytelling leaves me wanting more. Especially from Nick Stone. I'm still coming to terms with the death of Kelly, almost ten books ago, so am hoping another form of relationship is possible for our good hearted hero.
As ever, a great listen.
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This book keeps you on your toes. The great descriptions of the surroundings & noises made it feel like you were there.
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