Summary and Analysis of Brad Thor's Code of Conduct: A Thriller (Scot Harvath: Book 14)
- Narrated by: Lori L. Parker
- Length: 46 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-23-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Summary Station
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The issue of life and death is covered in this book. The main character shows that a person will do whatever it takes to preserve life when they are faced with the possibility of death. Many political issues are also covered in this book. Nations like Israel and the Congo are both very volatile places, and they reflect the struggle between life and death. Just like in this book, there are people in the world who want to see these nations eliminated, and it is up to a select few to preserve the people of these countries and their way of life.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:
How Harvath travels the world finding clues about a deadly virus while defending his own life
The reason why the villain wants to unleash this deadly virus on the world
Learn about the global politics Harvath must understand to save the world
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Harold on 09-01-16
What disappointed you about Summary and Analysis of Brad Thor's Code of Conduct: A Thriller (Scot Harvath: Book 14)?
I had just finished Code of Conduct and decided to see what the summary had to say. I was surprised, the summary did not sound like the same book. It seemed to me that the summary was written from an early draft or outline and the book when finished was somewhat different. The analysis was nearly non-existent. While the summary and analysis may serve as a review of the overall story, it was not accurate in the detail.The performance was very stilted and sounded more like a robot speaking from a script.
What was most disappointing about Summary Station’s story?
The analysis was very incomplete.
Would you be willing to try another one of Lori L. Parker’s performances?
Certainly, while this one was very poorly done, it is the only on I have heard from this performer and would not make a final decision on only one performance.
What character would you cut from Summary and Analysis of Brad Thor's Code of Conduct: A Thriller (Scot Harvath: Book 14)?
The Performer -- very poor for this one.
Any additional comments?
I would not recommend this book to anyone.