Read ePub Ö The First Hostage Audio CD î Joel C Rosenberg

Joel C. Rosenberg ç The First Hostage book

Read ePub Ö The First Hostage Audio CD î Joel C. Rosenberg Ý [PDF / Epub] ☁ The First Hostage By Joel C. Rosenberg – Eyltransferservices.co.uk “The president of the United States is missing”With these words New York Times journalist J B Collins reporting from the scene of a devastating attack byJordan’s king is fighting for his life and the US president is missing and presumed capturedAs the US government faces a constitutional crisis and Jordan battles for its very existence Collins must do his best to keep the world informed while working to convince the FBI that his sto Just an okay story from my viewpoint It's too bad the novel couldn't be about Collins and less about those with power over him 4 of 10 stars

eBook ✓ The First Hostage ç Joel C. Rosenberg

“The president of the United States is missing”With these words New York Times journalist J B Collins reporting from the scene of a devastating attack by ISIS terrorists in Amman Jordan puts the entire world on high alert The leaders of Israel and Palestine are critically injured I was hoping for a good well researched thriller Unfortunately despite plenty of action disbelief was my main reaction throughout the book I couldn't buy the narrator's story at any moment A simple journalist involved this deep giving advice and insisting on issues during such a crisis is simply not believable Add to that the worst dialogues I've ever read where each line rings untrue and artificial and the book is a remarkable miss Too bad

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The First HostageRies are not responsible for the terror attack on the Jordanian capital And ISIS still has chemical weapons Struggling to clear his name Collins and the Secret Service try frantically to locate and rescue the leader of the free world before ISIS’s threats become a catastrophic reali Rosenberg puts together stories that could very well end up a current news headline Thrilling and action packed but always based in reality this series brings current events of the Middle East and the world to lifeThe audio version of this is wonderfully done with great character voices It does feel a little rushed at times leaving me little time to pause it when I need to stop However the pace adds to the feel of the book as events unfold in a hurried manner My only complaint is the list of dates and numbers Were I reading the book I could skim through them easily but having to listen to them read aloud is tiresome and tediousThis series is better suited to teen readers and above but not for explicit language sexual content or violence Most books would let the curse words fly given the circumstances and characters but Rosenberg foregoes that part While nothing is graphic about the sexual content or violence there is a lot of real life situations including an affair and death by beheading and torture The nature of these leads me to point this series toward readers better able to handle the topics