End Game by David Baldacci
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End Game Audiobook by David Baldacci is the fifth title in the series of adventures of Will Robie along with his partner Jessica Riel. Will and Jessica are the best kept secret of the United States Government when it is related to issues generating violence or mass destruction threatens to the North American country. They are the last resort and the most lethal one to deal with these sorts of situations. And with every mission, they have the support of one single man: their supervisor, simply known as Blue Man.
But for this particular mission, Robie and Reel will not count with his backing since they have to find out the whereabouts of Blue Man, who was taking some vacations in his hometown in rural Colorado last time the government knew something about him.
They have to dig deep into the small town of Grand to find out where their handler is and, furthermore, deal with the big issues taking place in such a so called quiet town, but a truly living hell and a huge threat to the security of the country. A mission so dangerous that their lives are in danger and they will be really lucky if either they or Blue Man come out alive from this situation.
End Game Audiobook by David Badalcci is a spy thriller book, the final entry in the series of Will Robie adventures. The audiobook was released on November 14, 2017 and it will take almost 12 hours to listen it completely. Another series created by David Baldacci, an author who has been at the top of the list of the New York Times Best Sellers with several of his titles and with a work that includes a total of 36 adult novel which has been translated to more than 45 languages.
End Game has been in the the top 10 best selling books from the New York Times list during the first half of 2018. It has receid praise from different sources like The Florida Times-Union, the site Book Reporter and The Real Book Spy.
Who is your favorite novelist of all time? And your favorite novelist writing today?
Three-way tie among Samuel Clemens, Charles Dickens and a writer to be named many years from now, to give myself some flexibility. Favorite writer today: John Irving. He’s like Clemens, very funny while being very serious. That’s actually quite hard to do. And while his prose is wonderful and well thought out, he never lets it overwhelm the story.
What’s the best love story you’ve ever read?
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