A cargo ship is apprehended off the coast of Spain, laden with arms and ammunition. Twenty years later, someone is killing those responsible for the treachery and Nick Stone, ex-SAS, is next on the killer's list. As he is pursued across land and sea he must locate a man who may know more about the killer than he is prepared to reveal.
©2008 Andy McNab (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
""Brute Force (Unabridged)""
A really good start with some fast action, however, the book then seemed to have just a little too much detail spelling out the obvious. Certainly not the best work Andy has done.
Finally the poorest narration I have ever experienced, monotone and sentence reading, the narrator was reading it as appose to playing a part! This was probably the reason for my overall poor review of this book. Sorry!
It's great to have another unbridged Mcnab book again. This version offers much needed detail to the story that is essential for a Mcnab book. To put it simply; if you enjoy the other Mcnab books you will enjoy Brute Force. The narrator does a good job, especially with the different voices. Not quite as good as Clive Mantle, but definitely worth a listen.
"great listen but the chapters did my head in"
I enjoyed the book, Paul Thornley does a good job with the narration but its spoilt by the amount of chapters. I would go so far as to say the end of the book is ruined hearing not more than a paragraph before another chapter is announced!
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