The Kremlin’s Candidate: The Red Sparrow Trilogy, Book 3 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Kremlin's Candidate: The Red Sparrow Trilogy, Book 3 by Jason Matthews

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In the final, thrilling installment of the Red Sparrow Trilogy, Russian counterintelligence chief Dominika Egorova and her lover, CIA agent Nate Nash, must find a Russian agent about to be appointed to a very high office in the US government.



  • I messed up by binge-listening to all three books in a row. The first one was amazing, the second one not too bad. However, as I progressed to the third book, it seemed like there was an excessive amount of overly-detailed descriptions of certain body parts and their functions. It started feeling like I was listening to some cheesy erotica, with a decent plot sporadically sandwiched between each sexual encounter. I can't endure another 15 hours of this garbage.
  • I was really let down by this book, "The Kremlin's Candidate: The Red Sparrow Trilogy, Book 3". The storytelling was just not smooth at all. Instead, it felt like a mishmash of disjointed action scenes and passionless intimate encounters, with lacking plot and fascinating espionage techniques. It seemed like everything was hastily thrown together. Almost every character met their demise or was dismissed from their positions. There was such a hurried pace to the narrative, leaving so many loose threads unresolved. I must say, I was truly disappointed.
  • Having devoured the first two books, my anticipation for the third installment of 'The Kremlin's Candidate: The Red Sparrow Trilogy' was sky-high. However, I couldn't help but feel a sense of unnecessary cruelty when the author decided to abruptly kill off Nate in the closing chapters. It seemed like there was potential for him to unravel a plot twist or leave us with a thought-provoking ending, but instead, he opted to leave us heartbroken and deeply unsatisfied. This deliberate choice to inflict emotional pain on his readers left me feeling disappointed and questioning the motives behind it.