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Crisis Four

Nick Stone, Book 2
Narrated by: Paul Thornley
Series: Nick Stone, Book 2
Length: 15 hrs and 52 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (422 ratings)

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Summary

Ex-SAS trooper Nick Stone is extremely highly trained. Clever, ruthless and very effective, it is no surprise that he is hired by British Intelligence. On deniable operations - one of the most dangerous lines of work. Sarah Greenwood is beautiful, intelligent and cunning - and the only woman Stone has ever truly opened up to.

But now he has been ordered to hunt her down. Hotly pursued through the American wilderness, Stone finds himself at the centre of a deadly game of cat and mouse. He must get to the heart of a terrifying conspiracy theory to which only Sarah holds the key. But will he manage to before the tension reaches boiling point?

©1999 Andy McNab (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks

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Loved the story but the narrator MAKES it!

I've devoured this book. The narrator makes it seem like he is Nick. Brilliant performance.

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  • Mikey
  • poole, United Kingdom
  • 30-03-14

Not Mcnab's finest but good

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This was an average read that didn't really grab my attention for much of the book. I enjoyed some parts of it, like when Stone was on his mission and camping out in the forest, but other than that there wasn't a great deal in the way of action or surprises. Enjoyable, but only just! Definitely give it a try, just know that Mcnab has done better.

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  • adrad78
  • South of England.
  • 03-08-16

Got hooked!

I normally only listen to audiobooks on my commute. That changed with this book and I found myself listening at every opportunity - great follow up to the first story.

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Brilliant

Another thrilling , action packed story . Narrated brilliant as usual by Paul
Thornley , would recommend to any mcnab fan

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Love Andy McNab's work. Another gripper

The way Andy McNab goes into intricate detail yet describes it so casually, you get the sense that he's describing things from personal experience, and probably is.
Great follow up to Remote Control, both kept me gripped from start to finish.

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Grity and enjoyable

Second in the series, good story well told. Did see the twist coming a mile off. Not a bad hero, fallible and not able to do impossible things, feet kept on the ground. Will try number three.

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Brilliant thanks<br />

Great book yet again too listen to while I drive my truck . Thanks all

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Good listen

I definitely enjoyed the ending to this book more than book 1. I feel like we're getting a better picture of how fated Nick's life will be....
overall, I enjoyed this story.

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  • Jen
  • London
  • 07-02-18

Good original Nick Stone

Like this , historical Nick, back when Andy McNab could be bothered with relevant details.

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Good

Was mostly good but ending was stupid. Andy cannot write relationships well. He should focus on the action.

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  • Fiona Keates
  • 09-05-19

good but slightly predictable

this is quite a good entertaining (involving) story that did keep my attention. some parts over did the fine detail, which seemed a little pointless unless it is needed later on in the story (sometimes it did, sometimes not). I was slightly disappointed in the ending as I could have predicted it, I also would chosen a different cause of action, but I'm not an sas person, but it did show how involved I'd got with the story!