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Interesting, intense and entertaining story.
Suspense, action, mystery, snipers, prison break, conspiracy, lies, revenge, multiple rescues and more action. These are just some of things that make this a really good story.
Took me a bit to get into the story, but once it got going it was pretty intense. Literally non stop action. The story is constantly moving forward at a fast pace. Getting into Crimea is a whole lot easier than getting out. Things never go exactly as planned. Especially when you don't have all the facts. With things going down hill fast Raider and company finally catch a couple of breaks thanks to a split decision by Raider to free a another prisoner being held in the same prison as their friend.
Story does have flashbacks to past events, which if your not paying attention to the dates can be confusing.
The story takes place during the same time period Putin is putting his plans into action to regain the region of Crimea in the Ukraine. So there are dual story's going on at the same time and how they interconnect with each other.
This is the first time I have "read/listened" an Eric Meyer book. I really enjoyed this one. I'm sure I'll be reading more of his books in the future.
Neal Arango did a pretty good job with the narration. This is the first time I have listened to book narrated by him. Different character voices, easy to follow who's speaking. Pleasant voice. Nice pace. All around good job.
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What made the experience of listening to Raider Black Ops: Crisis Ukraine the most enjoyable?
All the action made this book the most enjoyable. It wasnt just a few action scenes with a lot of filler in between them.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Yes, the plot was entertaining due to the fact there weren't too many dull moments and you couldnt really see where it was headed next.
Which scene was your favorite?
My favorite was at the castle. Not only was it a rescue mission for a friend, but freeing other hostages had a impact later in the book.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The torturing of the hostages.
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