Any Means Necessary

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3 out of 5 stars
By sliceandserve on 11-25-16

Fast-paced American 'thriller'.

The pace and sequencing is engaging. The rest is a cliched American political thriller, with a narrative that endeavours to be a little more fresh, and succeeds due to the limited 'America the Great' commentary. Set over a short period of a few days, there's little time for character development, but it's not required and the nod to an element of backstory will satisfy fans of this genre.

The narration was well-shaded, and I appreciated the constraint of the 'acting' - was low-key rather than overly dramatic. A nice listen.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Keith from Saltford nr Bath on 02-05-17

A great political adventure

A good book that is well written with a super audio reading. So believable in these troubled times. Cannot wait for follow up story.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Polly43 on 08-12-16

First book by Jack Mars that I have listened to

I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more by this author. The story was well paced and held my interest all the way through. The narrator was very good which enhanced the listening. Usually the only thing that puts me off an audiobook is the narrator. In this case I hope the same person is chosen to narrate all of the coming books by Jack Mars.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Carôle on 07-21-16

Finally!

I have finally found another author who is right up there with the other interesting, formidable, nail biting authors that I love to read! You know who they are:-
From Forsythe, through Clancey up to Lee Child and Patterson, and all the others in between.

Not quite Jason Bourne, not quite Jack Reacher, shades of Jack Ryan, shades of John Pullen, shades also of Mitch Rapp & Will Robie. All the leading men you love, right here!

And a story that is novel and audacious! I'm buying more credits to get the next book now! I just can't wait!

Try it - enjoy!

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