Review: Vengeance by A.J. Scudiere
IN A GLANCE: This type of book isn't what I usually like to listen to or read but I found it to be actually rather good. The cast of this audiobook did a stupendous job!
Author: A.J. Scudiere
Publisher: Griffin Ink/Skyboat Productions
Format: Audio book
Narrator: Kristoffer Tabori, Stephanie Zimbalist
Nine years ago, Claymore Beller tried to do the right thing. It was the last thing he did. In retaliation for his efforts, his mafia bosses laid waste to his family. Only the youngest–Cynthia–came up fighting.
Three years ago, Lee Maxwell made the same error. His wife and daughter paid for his mistake. In a haze of booze and regret, Lee disappeared.
Now, Owen Dunham is following the trail of the ‘Grudge Ninja’–only all his evidence is false and the profilers can’t get their heads around anything except the obvious fact that the Ninja is extracting a deadly revenge for an old wrong.
As the Ninja gets bolder and far more dangerous, Owen is forced to recognize that he hasn’t always made the right decisions–he’s spent far too much time trying to be right. Even as he questions whether bringing in the Ninja is the right thing to do, the voice in the back of his head is telling him that it will make his career.
I was given the chance to review this audio book, Vengeance, from Audio Juke Box and I’m very glad I took the chance on this one.
Usually, I wouldn’t choose this kind of genre but, I wanted something different than my norm. So let’s get down to it and see what I think about Vengeance by A.J. Scudiere and the audio quality of this story performance.
Vengeance is a great story of two people who have had way to much history with a certain family. These two people cross paths along the way as they seek out their vengeance on the Kurev Family. All the while the FBI is trying to find the person they call “The Grunge Ninja.”
The two murder’s meet up when they both go after the same person at the same exact time. They end up making a partnership, so to say.
I really enjoyed listening to the audio book version of this story. The performers were great and very fitting to the story and their characters they all played in the recording. I also really enjoyed the sound effects on this one as well. They brought the perfect little touches to the story, but at the same time wasn’t to much and annoying to the listener as they tried to hear the story.
I would defiantly have to say my favorite scene would have to be when the two of them meet and she bends his hand away from her and almost points the gun, which was in his hand, back at him.
All in all this audio book was great and I would recommend it to any of my friends that like this kind of story.
Thanks so much to Audio Jukebox for letting me listen and review this story!!!