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When I find an thriller author I really like I purchase all of his/her novels. I recently purchased No Return and Rewinder to complete my Brett Battles library. (I have the complete works of quite a number of other authors including Vince Flynn, Ben Coes, Brad Thor, Karin Slaughter, Brad Taylor, Bob Meyer, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwell, Brad Metzler, Mark Dawson, Brian Haig, David Baldacci, Greg Iles, Charles Todd, Daniel Silva, Dalton Fury, Tom Clancy, Harlan Coben, Lee Child, Lisa Gardner, Mark Greaney, Michael Koryta, Nelson DeMille, T. R. Regan, and a few others. I prefer the audiobooks, but I buy the KIindle versions when the books ar not available from Audible. It is little wonder that my Audible library is approaching 900 books and my Kindle library is over 500 books.)
No Return is set in the desert town of China Lake, California where Brett Battles grew up and where a Naval air base is located. The major plot line is about a plane that crashed near the town with the pilot being misidentified by the Navy. The subplot is about a death that occurred in the town while the main character was growing up there. As usual with Brett Battles the characters are well developed and the story has lots of suspense.
The narrator is Scott Brick who also narrates Brett Battles entire Jonathan Quinn series. Scott Brick is one of many excellent narrators, and he happens to be my favorite.
In addition to the Quinn series, Battles has another great series named Project Eden which is narrated by McLeod Andrews, another excellent narrator. He also has the short Logan Harper series which is not as good as well as being co-writer of the two book Alexandra Poe tseries which I find disappointing.
One of the really nice aspects of the the more recent Battles novels that are narrated by Scott Brick is that they end with a 15 to 20 minute interview of Battles by Brick. That is true of No Return.
I highly recommend No Return for those who like thrillers.
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Would you consider the audio edition of No Return to be better than the print version?
Good storyline although a bit far fetched in some areas but storyline held together well
Havent read the print version but enjoyed the narration
What other book might you compare No Return to and why?
no real comparison
What does Scott Brick bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Great narrator - brings the characters and story to life
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Not really - many twists and turns that you need to think about
4 of 4 people found this review helpful