"Action adventure listeners who like a little John Grisham tossed into the mix will lock and load on this one." (Publishers Weekly)
"Reader Christopher Lane energetically gives life to this action-packed plot. A variety of accents comfortably identifies the foreign characters, while changes in pace, diction, and style create unique vocal identities for key U.S. players. The effort is topped off with excellent engineering and production." (AudioFile)
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By Anonymous User on 23-01-09
GREAT READ ! RAT IS A SUPERDUDE !
The first chapter of the book grabs you and hauls you along for the roller coaster ride. LT Rat's situation goes from bad to worse. Only he can save the US from a terrorist attack. Good action and tecnically correct. The reader does an excellent job with the voices. Just hearing him; you can visualize the characters and know them.
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By ScottG on 08-04-12
Unrelenting on your blood pressure
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely... this book has just the right combination of politics and heros to keep your blood pressure topped out.
What other book might you compare Secret Justice to and why?
Marine One and Falcon 7 both also by Huston have the same tenor, tempo and feel... I love it. Comparing to another author, I would say Full Black by Brad Thor or I, Sniper by Stephen Hunter are the same level of
Any additional comments?
This truly is an author and a book that can raise your blood pressure to dangerous levels no matter which side of the political bent you fall. In fact, I truly cannot figure out if the author is a liberal or conservative thinker, which I love. Often, knowing the authors personal political view point turns me off to a book because I then see an agenda in every turn of the plot. Here, Huston does a masterful job arguing both sides of the coin... but to tell you who wins, if there is a winner, would ruin the fun.
The setup is simple: Navy SEAL trying to find the #1 terrorist in the world, tortures one of his minions to get information. Minion dies, but people are saved... is this good or bad? Meanwhile, bad guys plot the death of more Americans and all the while our SEAL hero is on trial, the #1 terrorist is being tried in a special court just for that purpose.
While the plot seems simple, there are many moments to make you at least ponder the correctness of your belief while at the same time, not being able to turn the pages fast enough.
Pile on top of the real world dilemma a big heaping of
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