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I've just finished listening to Zero Day. It's 5:16AM and I just had to finish! The story has really nice twist and keeps you engaged until the end. Highly recommended for all who like Baldacci/Child/Sandford.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Where does Zero Day rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This ranks in my top ten.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Puller, of course, we my favourite character.
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
It was delightful that there were both a male and female narrators, but the male narrator did the best job of distinguishing his different characters.
Any additional comments?
Every Baldacci book is great. It was interesting to 'hear' one for a change. It made me really look forward to getting in the car every day to go to and from work.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This story was very enjoyable and well up to David Baldacci's usual standard. The narration was also very good, and it helped to have two narrators. So much for the positives. For me there was one overwhelming negative, and that was the loud intrusive "music" and sound effects which covered quite long sessions of narration. Perhaps it's an age thing, but I found it very difficult to hear the story in parts - it was so bad I almost abandoned the book about an hour from the end. I suppose book producers think it adds atmosphere or is clever, and perhaps some listeners like it. To me it's just very ANNOYING, like trying to read a book in a crowded room. I wish book descriptions would issue warnings of this sort of addition to the narration as it seems to be an increasing trend. I won't be taking a chance on any recent David Baldacci books in future.
60 of 63 people found this review helpful
As the title implies, Mr Child should be a bit miffed, as Mr Baldacci introduces a new character almost the twin of Jack Reacher. He is an army McGuyver, pretty much able to do anything and it called in to help a small town sheriff in W Virginia when a soon to be retired army man and his family are assassinated.
The attention to detail is impressive and the feeling of a poor town, where nobody really cares is sad, as drugs, unemployment and illness due to the coal mining take its toll. However, it's a gripping story, and you're never sure whether the army or the mining company is the baddy; and unusually for an audiobook, there's background music and sound effects which actually add to the drama.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
I've enjoyed previous Baldacci books but found his new hero so far over the top I won't be seeking out further John Puller titles. I'm sure the author will find a huge readership though and good on him - you can't please everyone all the time😏
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Great story. Riveting to the end. David captivates you and gets you into the action.