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This first in series of Navy Justice novels is a great read. It is not to bogged down in details, moves along well, and maintains a tension that the reader will enjoy. Zack Brewer is captivating as a litigator who struggles with his faith as a Christian and his responsibilities as a Naval JAG Officer. The premise of the book is believable, and it is well written. However, the choice to use a British narrator is distracting. His British mispronounciations of U.S. terms and words in normal conversation and in the legal setting is distracting, almost laughable. The performance of foreign accents is excellent. One would wish that he would be able to mimic American English as well. When the narrator uses British pronounciations when portraying any Naval Officer, even the President of the U.S., it is awful. A Britisher trying to sound Southern is unbelievable! Change the narrator for future volumes and this could be one of the best!
Keep of the good work, Don Brown!
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Where does Treason rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Among the best
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Yes. Made me want to keep listening
Have you listened to any of James Adams’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes. Just as excellent
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Navy justice is courageous and righteous justice
Any additional comments?
Such a delight to have an outstanding thriller whille being free of profanity and immorality
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Would you try another book written by Don Brown or narrated by James Adams?
If the author spent more time on the story line and less time trying to convert everyone to Christianity it might have turned into a basic story....however he didn't and it isnt
What didn’t you like about James Adams’s performance?
Some of the worst accents and stereo types being applied to the characters during the narration