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Lone Wolf

A Noah Wolf Thriller, Book 2
Narrated by: Adam Verner
Series: A Noah Wolf Thriller, Book 2, Noah Wolf, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 36 mins
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Noah Wolf is one of the world's most deadly assassins, completely devoid of emotion and conscience. These factors, which others would consider to be handicaps, allow him to evaluate situations instantly, and from a purely logical standpoint. His decisions and actions are never tainted by emotion or feelings, which frees him from any risk of fear or guilt.

When Team Camelot is handed an unusual mission to rescue the abducted daughter of a foreign president, Noah and the rest go into it with confidence, and are quickly successful. Back home, they are ready to celebrate, but something doesn't feel right. The mission was too easy, and there are indicators that someone may have discovered who they are and tracked them back to Neverland. Noah's house is entered while the team is away, and he is unable to shake the feeling that the mission was nothing but a ruse to expose E & E.

It doesn't take long for him to decide that they must return to the field, their new mission to track down a Russian counterpart of their own Allison Peterson. Nicolaich Andropov has marked Noah for termination, so Noah decides to use himself as bait to draw the man into a trap. Unfortunately, Andropov is known as a ghost, a man whose appearance is unknown, able to move in absolute secrecy and remain several steps ahead of any who pursue him. When Noah fails to recognize this fact, Sarah becomes a hostage and pawn in a battle to the death. There's only one tiny chance to save her, but it will mean Noah must go unarmed and alone to meet his nemesis. The game is on, with his own life and Sarah's as the prize.

©2016 David Archer (P)2016 David Archer

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  • shelley
  • 07-09-2016

Noah may have some feelings after all...

What other book might you compare Lone Wolf to and why?

Any other David Archer book. He has a very recognizable style.

Any additional comments?

Really good storyline, well thought out plot involving a staged kidnapping and rescue that goes s little to easy. That's because the instigator planned it that way to locate and eliminate Noah and his team. When Noah's girlfriend is kidnapped though, the man who has no feelings has something he can't name! Guess there's some humanity still in there after all. The end will confirm this as well.
This is perfect for people who are opposed to cursing because I could probably count on one hand how many curse words were used in the entire book.
Overall HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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  • Marc L. Dym
  • 12-10-2016

Wordt Book I've ever downloaded

What disappointed you about Lone Wolf?

Poorly written

What was most disappointing about David Archer’s story?

Thin plot and disjointed

How could the performance have been better?

If I never down loded it

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I deleted it half way through couldn't listen any more

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  • rdtemple12507
  • 09-05-2019

British Intelligence

M-sixteen? Really? Isn’t it called M-I-6? Surely the director of the recording sessions would have caught this.

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  • Lance
  • 30-04-2019

Worse than a Soap Opera

If you like Soap Operas, you would probably enjoy this.. The story has potential, but it is written for a 12 year old audience.
The authors attempt at humor is cringe.. the characters are boring and shallow.
The narrator is just plain terrible, his accents are more suited to a comedy and maybe the Hardy Boys series. He is a very poor choice for this genre of book..
I tried, but I cant finish this book.. cringe city all the way!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-08-2018

2nd time same as the 1st

I listened to the 1st book and thought, the big mission wrapped up with no feeling of reaching a climax. I decided to try the 2nd book. Same thing, it's like I'm reading a simple historical account of events. There's no build up, no tension, no peak of success...
And there's the narrator. I've decided that I can't stand his accents. His accents are all over the place. He also reads with as much passion and emphasis as the emotionless main character.
Speaking of that, if I had to hear about the "lack of emotion" that Noah has, I was going to delete the book without finishing it... the book actually began putting me to sleep while driving.

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  • J. Kane
  • 11-08-2017

Narration is third rate

I was surprised to learn that the narrator is the same narrator for all of the books. The voice for Moose sounded awfully like the moose from Rocky and Bullwinkle. The voice for computer whiz kid Neal was so pitchy that I couldn't take it. The Dragon lady's voice was too similar to Noah's at times. The Accents, particularly the southern accent, was terrible. The book was good, the audible book terrible. I feel bad being so harsh on the narrator but I was annoyed so often in the book that I have to be honest here.

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  • itinerant
  • 11-08-2017

repetitive. redundant. echo echo

I read the first in this series and thought it had some potential. I was wrong. This book is irredeemable after only the first half hour or so. The author tries in medias res, but then proceeds to bring everyone up to speed on what's happening at least three times. Haven't i heard this before? And it's not particularly dramatic, even. Then there's the clumsy exposition where characters carefully explain to each other things they already know, in tedious detail. Meanwhile the narrator, in the background, is explicating every tired trope of the genre as though they are freshly minted insights. This book was written as though for readers who have never read a book, or written by an author who has never read a book. Worse books have assuredly been written, but none leaps immediately to mind . . .

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  • Sharon A. Ross
  • 05-06-2017

Don't listen to this

Superficial, implausible and the reading is amateurish. Goes down as worse read of the year

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-05-2017

not as good as book one

Story was ok but sadly lacking after good first story. I hope if a third story comes out author re-finds what he had in book one.

Gentleman reading this was adequate barely. I've listened to "many" audio books, many. The narrator can make a decent book very good. Or a decent book mediocre, as was the case here.

Sorry, but honest opinion.

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  • Ronda
  • 05-11-2016

Story good...needs different narrator

Call me a narrator snob but with over 1400 audiobooks in my library, nothing annoys me more than when a narrator over acts. While he is good with the background narration, the conversations were stilted and made me
cringe. I kept thinking how much more enjoyable it would have been if Ray Porter or Jay Snyder narrated. I'm not even sure I'll get all the way through this one.

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  • D
  • 23-05-2019

Another triumph

Another great collaboration from David Archer and Adam verner. Thoroughly enjoyed and can't wait to hear the next

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  • anthony
  • 27-11-2016

Gripping.

This audio was a very very good listen and kept me gripped from start to finish. I just love the team dynamics it is just like a family with some fun along the way. This has a lot of action and not a dole moment. I hope this is going to become a long lived series, with many more books to come. Another strong narration. If you want a listen to loose your self in then give this series a try. I'm off to see if i can find any information to when the next book in the series will be released.

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