Another great book in the series. The narrator is good in general, but her Australian accent left me crying with laughter it’s that’s bad!
Fun fun fun
Great change of pace
Good story but not really appropriate to call it a part of the Scott Harvath series.
I love the Brad Thor series with Scott Harvath! This ties into those thrillers since Harvath uses the Athena "girls" to complete his missions. Good read and great narration. Thor had to stretch himself to get the female perspective, but I think he did it!
This appears to be written with the sole intention of hoping for someone to make it into a movie. It moves along at a silly pace, the characters jumping from one scene to the next with the flimsiest of premise moving them along. As soon as one character thinks of what might be the answer to a question, that must be the correct answer, suspend disbelief, and move on. The reader is supposed to believe that this team can solve the world's problems by simply showing up. It was a very interesting premise and set up, but the execution is weak and boring.