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Street Soldier

Narrated by: Henry Lloyd Hughes
Length: 7 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Summary

Sean Harker is good at two things: stealing cars and fighting. One earns him money, the other earns him respect from the gang that he calls family. A police chase through the city streets is just another rite of passage for Sean...as is getting nicked. But a brutal event behind bars convinces him to take charge and turn his life around.

Now he must put his street skills to the ultimate test - as a soldier in the British army. And the battlefield is London, where innocent people are being targeted by a new and terrifying enemy. Undercover, under threat - only Sean Harker can save the streets from all-out war.

©2016 Andy McNab (P)2016 Random House Audiobooks

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GREAT STORY LINE

brilliant book the story line was one of the best of Andy mcnabs books . I wish it was longer I didn't want it to end .

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excellent McNab with well suited narrator

really enjoyed this story, can see where it was targeted at young adults but really this would be loved by anyone. I thought the narrator was a great fit for Andy's work, he really seemed to channel the way Andy talks in that matter of fact way. excellent.

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a great listen

The usual from Andy McNabb, as good as ypud expect it to be. A jolly good story of bad boy makes good.

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good read

listened to it over two days. pretty good story and I needed the distraction. I'm also a sucker for a happy ending.

I would recommend it

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captivating

held me from start to finish. story line good with some emotional moments. Sequel needed

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Absolutely awesome!!!!

I had always had you as a 2nd to Chris Ryan however after reading this book albeit fictional really really exciting book story one of which was created as a testimony to your childhood brilliantly written and would Love to think that there would be a sequel - Awesome

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top book I loved it

what a book this one has you gripes from start to finish. I really found it hard not to listen as I just wanted to see what happens next .

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Great great great

Loved the book. Starts slow but then action all the way. Had to keep listening

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good read

great read I didn't want to put it down . this reads like a true story

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Aimed at younger readers, listeners

Not what I am used to from McNab, although I’ve not read any of his stuff for a couple of years. Poor story line. Clearly aimed at readers between 16-24. I’m struggling to get through it. The narrator does a decent job material he has.