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Protocol 15

Special Agent Jana Baker, Book 2
Narrated by: Bill Fike
Length: 10 hrs and 21 mins
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Summary

What do you see when the demons come?

For Special Agent Jana Baker, fear has a face. Terrorist Waseem Jarrah steals a nuclear weapon, and Jana's swirling nightmare begins again. He's got the United States in his crosshairs, and Baker might be the only asset that can stop him. But Jarrah is way ahead in the game, and Jana's terrifying flashbacks begin to scratch at her psyche. If she doesn't gain control of them, the next scream she hears may be her own.

Protocol 15 can be listened to as a stand-alone, but is the second book in the Special Agent Jana Baker spy-thriller series. If you like the heart-pounding action of Brad Thor, the steel-riveting pace of Tom Clancy, and the jaw dropping suspense of Dean Koontz, then you'll love a series that combines all of their best traits in a fast-paced, captivating, and emotion-filled thriller into the depths of international terrorism.

Buy this audiobook and continue the epic journey today!

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©2016 Nathan A. Goodman (P)2016 Nathan A. Goodman

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Really enjoyed the 2nd part of this series

This book has it all and unlike other books and films the end is unexpected

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  • Robert
  • 30-12-16

Too many bad accents

Great story overall.

There are some jumps in the the thought process that don't connect.

If the author wants to explain a term or technology, don't do it by making a character who by job should already know it, ask what it is. In the opening submarine sequence it would seem none of the lower grade sailors know even the basics.

The narrator cannot do accents, but tries on every opportunity. My poodle does better French.

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  • Linda Carnicelli
  • 21-11-16

Enjoyable book

Perhaps I am a little critical, but I'm quite sure that the FBI wouldn't permit an agent to return to active duty suffering from the degree of PTSD Jana was suffering .
Also, it was a little slow in some areas.
The narrative was excellent.

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  • Nathan
  • 31-07-16

A hodgepodge of Clancy, Flynn, and some Homeland

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

No. Nothing original about it.

Has Protocol 15 turned you off from other books in this genre?

No.

Did Bill Fike do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Yes.

Could you see Protocol 15 being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

No.

Any additional comments?

There were many aspects of this story that were extremely reminiscent of (if not directly pulled from) the pages of other authors, and I would point out specifically the submarine battle early on in the story. It was dangerously close to being the exact battle played out in "The Hunt for Red October". The author has set up a third novel with this book, and hopefully he changes his "style" for the next one.