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    The Sequel to Ghost - Kildar

    Ex-SEAL Mike Harmon has bought the farm - literally, in Eastern Europe. But trouble follows him even there, and the man who has made himself anathema to terrorists from Syria to Paris suddenly has Chechen terrorists banging on his own door.

    ©2006 John Ringo (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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    • Mekpilot
    • 06/04/2014

    Story was good and sidestory a bit disturbing

    Would you listen to Kildar again? Why?

    No, once was enough

    Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

    Yes, the plot was good and quick paced.

    What does Jeremy Arthur bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    The Narration was top notch. Really good when you can easily tell one character from another and the accents were pretty good as well!

    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    The story was good. The pace was good. What John Ringo's fascination with grown men screwing children was as usual the low part of the book for me. He can definitely write but I would have this guy on my neighborhood watch list for sure. How he thinks that adds to the books I have no idea. It's not enough that his character has issues with women of a more consenting age but he has to take it that one step further every time. If the base story and action were not so good I would have dumped this writer by now. In my opinion the writer seems like a scumbag that just so happens can write.

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    • Colin
    • 15/12/2014

    much less graphic sex scenes in this one

    The first book had a graphic sex and rape scene in it and although the main character does some pretty bad things and thinks bad things also its not that bad, this one has a little scene about S&M and some young girls all over 18 maybe over 21 not sure, but again like the first book just skip this because the story is great.

    Mike cant seem to get a brake here and every time he gets into the shit as it were he comes out pretty badly hurt but has lots of money to show for it, this time he decided to take a trip into the mountains and he ends up buying the whole place and spending some money to outfit a militia for his protection.

    This whole series goes pretty well other than the graphic sex and rape scenes but those are almost gone by the 3rd book, although they are replaced with normal sex scenes not to much graphic much different though.

    Again if you just skip over the graphic sex/rape scenes you should really like this whole series

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    • purrfus
    • 12/01/2017

    So much fun to listen too!

    Would you listen to Kildar again? Why?

    This listen was my third, and I've read the book a few times. The narrator is very good, and the story - once disbelief is firmly suspended - is a rush. Its very different in style from Ghost as Mike builds his future and develops relationships with his new team.

    How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

    I don't think it could have been. The first time I heard about John Ringo was in a an online review titled, "Oh No, John Ringo". I don't take the character's point of view, sexual proclivities, or general lack of political correctness seriously. Kind of like watching an Expendables movie - sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.

    What does Jeremy Arthur bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    There are a lot of characters and he does a great job with the pacing and different voices.

    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    I laughed, probably at very inappropriate times.

    Any additional comments?

    I've read all 6 books in the series and plan to get all of them on Audible.

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    • Waltzmedarling
    • 13/01/2016

    Best Ringo Book

    Would you listen to Kildar again? Why?

    Yes- in fact I have. This is by far my favorite John Ringo book. Has all of his best literary tricks without being either being mildly absurd or over the top which can happen to him at times. Not that I am complaining I enjoy all his books. Occasionally I just say... Really?... this one just sounds crazy- super soldier just happens to buy a castle in obscure country who's tenant farmers are a long lost tribe of soldiers looking for a leader?... Really?... but still awesome.

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    • Abby
    • 10/09/2015

    excellent narrative and excellent experience

    wonderful experience overall narrative very well prepared and presented outstanding beyond all expectations and highly addictive

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    • Clifford Massengill
    • 11/02/2014

    great story

    What did you love best about Kildar?

    fast and enjoyable story that flies by before you know it. has a lot of good realistic action.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 14/01/2021

    read it

    just a very good story line loved it !!!! will read an listen again an again

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    • Douglas W Lentz
    • 15/05/2020

    Fun run.

    Great story, little heavy on the sex, but enjoyed most of the story. Will buy more.

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    • Quebett
    • 16/09/2019

    damn good

    I've read this a couple times before and now listened to it. The narrator does a very good job of making the story come alivw with his voice, pacing and overall presentation.

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    • Robert Isaacson
    • 06/09/2019

    Great and gripping story

    of your a fan of action books this one grip you right from the beginning to the end. Not for the light hearted.