The Prisoner: A John Wells Novel, Book 11 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Prisoner: A John Wells Novel, Book 11 by Alex Berenson

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To unmask a CIA mole, John Wells must resume his old undercover identity as an al Qaeda jihadi-and hope he can survive it-in this cutting-edge novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author.



  • I really enjoyed reading this book, but the only issue I faced was the abundance of character names. It made it a bit challenging to keep track of everyone, and at times, I lost the context.
  • I've been a fan of the John Wells series and have enjoyed most of the books. However, like some other reviewers, I have to agree that the ending felt a bit rushed and the overall story framework seemed unrealistic, which might indicate that the author was getting a bit tired. While there were definitely enjoyable parts in the main plot, the idea of a high-ranking CIA officer betraying everyone just felt too absurd and unbelievable, leaving a rather jarring impression. I believe Alex Brenson is capable of coming up with a much stronger motive to guide John Wells through a detention camp, instead of relying on such a poorly crafted plot. That being said, if you're looking for the usual fast-paced John Wells experience, you'll still find it here. Just make sure to adjust your expectations accordingly.
  • In 'The Prisoner: A John Wells Novel, Book 11', John Wells remains embroiled in the action, leaving readers questioning how much longer he can continue this way. Having left his previous job, which initially thrust him into this predicament, John now finds himself undercover once again, striving to prevent America's downfall by dismantling internal jihadist networks. George Guidall's narration skillfully complements the gripping plot. While John has been a commendable and enduring character, it may be nearing the point where a new hero must take the reins.