Delta Force Vampire: Insurgency

  • by Alex Shaw
  • Narrated by Matt Butcher
  • 3 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The government made him deadly; vampires made him immortal.... A new hero and a new genre from Kindle best-selling author Alex Shaw.
Brad Black, call sign "Peter Pan", is a member of America's elite Delta Force unit. Tasked to recon a tunnel network in use by the Taliban, it is just another day in the sandpit for the delta boys until something attacks them in the darkness. Presumed killed in action, Black is abducted by a shadowy figure before being forced to cross the inhospitable Afghan wilderness in order to be reunited with what is left of his team.
Meanwhile a general from Russian Military Intelligence (GRU) arrives at Firebase Python with news of a Cold War weapons experiment so shocking its existence has, until now, remained secret. Horrific secrets buried in the Afghan mountains for a quarter of a century are about to be unleashed.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good idea for story

I think the idea for this book would have been a very good story but it is to fractionated. There are too many different stories within this book. Each of the different nationalities should have been separated and explained from the very beginning of the book then the story would flow much better and the story understood. As it is you get lost too many times trying to figure out who's the good guy and who's not.
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- Patricia M. Brown "I enjoy crime & mystery thrillers fiction, some fantasy and futuristic. Favorite authors, JD Robb, Evanovich, Tom Wood, Adrian, Robards, etc"

What can was this recorded in

What made the experience of listening to Delta Force Vampire: Insurgency the most enjoyable?

The technical aspect and the accuracy of the military. The story was fast paced and direct. Very action packed and if your a firearms affectionado it is enjoyable to listen to!

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The Narrator was flat and seemed to be more struggling to keep up with the words than conveying the story. The audio recorder/director did the narrator a HUGE disservice. The audio was tinny.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

The audio recording of this book sounds like it was done in a tin can, or someone tried to get creative with the sound board. As much as I wanted to enjoy the book, I kept thinking "chef-boyardee? Campbell's? What can was the reader speaking through to make this sound effect?"

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- Tyber

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-08-2015
  • Publisher: Alex Shaw