An international crisis, stolen stealth technology, and a race to find a missing scientist provide fast-paced thrills in Brother’s Keeper, by The New York Times best-selling author Jim DeFelice.
FBI agent Jack Ferico’s father is dying. His last wish? To see his estranged son, Danny, before he dies. Jack never got along with his older brother, but agrees to bring him home. Trouble is, Danny has disappeared without a trace. Jack’s search uncovers secrets, hidden agendas, and a danger more serious than he ever imagined. Danny specialized in stealth technologies at an international think tank. National security agencies suspect Danny sold classified technologies to the wrong people. Suddenly Jack’s not the only one looking for Danny. If he wants to save his brother and end an international crisis, Jack better find him first … and fast.
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- Andrew Reed
Ok, plot disapointing character development
Would you try another book from Jim DeFelice and/or Todd McLaren?
Yes, I like Jim DeFelice but the naration of Todd McLaren is awful, his voices are distracting and unhelpful to the experience.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
Stronger characters with more limited flaws, and better consistency of chracter threads.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Todd McLaren?
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Yes, story and plot line is good. Locations play excellent characters.