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Would you consider the audio edition of Shadow Maker to be better than the print version?
It is hard for an audiobook to compete with the print version. Obviously, the narrator's choices for character voices are not the same as the voices I hear in my head. That said, I thought all of the narrator's choices were good, except for Nick, who I never though of as so East Coast.
What other book might you compare Shadow Maker to and why?
Shadow Maker is a heart-pounding exploration of what might happen when a black ops hero runs afoul of a terrorist genius. The dominoes begin to fall and the collateral damage spins out of control, hitting very close to home. The action and covert ops feel puts Shadow Maker in the same category as Black Site, and some of the more recent Clancy material, with the exception that there is no foul language. I enjoyed getting all the intensity and action without cringing from an overabundance of F-bombs.
What does Luke Daniels bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Luke Daniels brings his own intensity to the narrative and dialogue. He also adds grunts, breathing, etc. that add realism to the action.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The most moving moment in this story occurs in the small chapel where Nick and Drake are hiding out, when the priest stands over Rami and the mother of the murdered girl.