Ameriguns

  • by Scott King
  • Narrated by Eric Michael Summerer
  • 5 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lone-Wolf Gunmen Terrorize the Nation's Capital!
After surviving a mass shooting, FBI Agent Nathaniel Ryder is forced to confront his worst fears as Ameriguns, a group of lone-wolf gunmen, put Washington D.C. under siege. When Ryder's superiors suspect him of orchestrating the terror, he must go on the run, unable to trust his co-workers or friends. Only he can clear his name and put an end to the killings.
Scott King's Ameriguns is an action-packed political thriller set in the shadows of the Capitol's dome. Included with this audiobook is Ameriguns: Origins an exclusive short story prequel. Grab both now!

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I Was Hooked On Ameriguns From The Opening!

If you could sum up Ameriguns in three words, what would they be?

Kept me guessing!


Who was your favorite character and why?

Nathanial - the author created a believable, likeable character that the listener could relate to.


What does Eric Michael Summerer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Eric Michael Summerer really brought the story to life! He deftly managed the entire cast of characters - I forgot I was listening to a narrator and thought I was listening to a thriller of a television show in the background!


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I loved the scenes with Nathaniel and his dog. The love and care he felt for his pet told me more about his character than anything else in the book!


Any additional comments?

I did not realize that the Audible version of Ameriguns included a prequel until it started playing and hearing the story "flip" to include the mastermind's perspective was a stroke of genius!

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and hope that this writer/narrator duo return for more Audible thrillers in the future!

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- Create With Joy

Strong Start but Slow Finish

Exciting start; good character buildup. Moved along decently till Nate kept getting tangled up with his boss and then shot at by his boss. FBI would not keep these two going without some severe restrictions placed. Too many near misses. Narrator did a fine job with right tempo and voice inflections. Nice twist on who was behind the killings. Will try another book by this author.
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- Michael R. Rainey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2016
  • Publisher: Scott King