Team Camelot has recovered from the devastation of their last mission, and it's time to go back to work. This time, they find themselves working right here in the good ol' US of A, taking out the top echelons of an entire drug cartel, and Noah gets the chance to use some of Wally's supergadgets. The mission comes off better than anyone could have hoped, and the team heads for home. But then all four of their phones signal an incoming message: Neverland under attack! Only Team Camelot is still able to function, and Noah and his team are given the orders they thought they'd never hear: Go out on their own, and get the sons of bitches who did this! With Allison's life in the balance, Noah and the team go after the only person who could mastermind such an attack.
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Very big audible fan.
A new book in this series is always worth a listen i have enjoyed every book in this series so far and hope that there are many more to come. If i had to say something negative then it would only be that these books aren't long enough. Let hope it isn't to long until the next great listen. But if you just want a good listen with some action then give this a try.
"Will Noah marry in the next installment?"
David Archer continues his Noah Wolf series in much the same way he does the Sam Pritchard series, family friendly short stories. I feel like I'm listening to a chapter book, one chapter at a time. His books tend to be on the shorter side and leave you with an incomplete ending so that you have to buy the next book knowing that the book you just finished will hopefully be concluded but a new story will begin and you will have to do it again when that book leaves you hanging!
That being said, this was a good book with plenty of action. Recurring characters that make some real ethical decisions that go against their original beliefs. Noah and his team go after a villain they have faced before. Noah continues to develop a relationship and although he doesn't see it an old friend of his noticed that he does indeed have feelings for Sarah (his team mate).
Adam Verner did a great job narrating.
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"Noah Wolf does have an emotion!!"
David Archer releases another winner. Protagonist Noah Wolf supposedly has no emotion, but it seems he has found love and may get married. For those who have enjoyed the Sam Pritchard series the Noah Wolf series is not to be missed. This is book 3 of the Wolf series and all are 5 star espionage thriller. Wolf is an agent who is incapable of feeling any emotion (supposedly). These novels are filled with constant action and suspense. Both the content of the novels and the narration are outstanding. VERY, VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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