- Audio CD: 3 pages
- Publisher: RHCP Audio (3 April 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1846576873
- ISBN-13: 978-1846576874
- Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 2.4 x 12.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,059,695 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Meltdown (Boy Soldier) Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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"High octane adventure that is full of surprises. For teenagers who like thrillers packed with action and drama, this is sure to please" (Through the Looking Glass)
Fourth in a gripping, action-packed sequence of thrillers about Danny and Fergus Watts, from the bestselling author of Bravo Two Zero, Andy McNab, and Robert Rigby, veteran of many successful TV screenplays. Ideal for adventure-seeking readers. Now available as an audiobook.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
I would advise everyone to read this!
With its fast paced action and a stronger position for Danny as a professional worker, Meltdown is different and more assertive in its job than the previous books in the series, which makes the forth instalment intriguing and exciting.
Having Danny put in a more distinctive and grown up role shows a different side to the character. This is interesting to read and observe.
However there isn't as much excitement to his character here as there was in previous novels, with him determined to be right and be a professional, though it is understandable given the circumstances.
The plot is consistent and intriguing, exploring the highs and lows of people in the drug industry with plenty of twists and turns in stall for the characters.
There again is a strong focus on following orders and doing your job, excellent focus from McNab's SAS days. The plot gives an insight into what it is like following orders and going undercover to explore the truth and find and destroy the bad guys and their operations.
Storm was a very interesting character as was her previous boyfriend and the introduction of new characters is something McNab does very well, giving each their own personal story and attitude gives the story more depth and feeling.
Avenger was the best of the series but this is a good follow up with strong action, commitment and a technical minded set, the series was undoubtedly one of the best I have ever read, thank you McNab.
I'd love to see these 4 books made into 2 films they would be so fast paced and actually would be real family watching (well family over 12 anyway)that you could guarantee would ignite and thrill. I'd gladly help anyone with the casting if they had a problem as I know who I would be looking to put into these roles and they'd be a huge hit both sides of the Atlantic.
I was quite ill when I read these. I read 3 in one day and set myself back because I wanted to read them all. As it was I just could not put them down and time just stood still. Meltdown (no 4 and sadly the last of the series) was just almost beyond words it was soo good.
I just wonder if the reason these have come to an end is because Nick Stone cant go on forever and Danny Watts will be taking his place????? If so you can guarantee they'll just keep coming and just get better and better.
What I loved particularly about Meltdown was the fact that the authors successfully went for yet another topical and challenging subject and made it interesting, engaging and thought-provoking but also ultimately entertaining. Reading the Boy Soldier series inspired me to try one of Andy McNab's adult books but I'm afraid I didn't like it at all - despite being for 'young people' I find the Boy Soldier books far superior (and more mature) in every way, particularly in terms of the writing and characterisation. And that I know a wide variety of people between the ages of 12 and 80 who have also read and loved them all I think illustrates this perfectly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The fourth book in the Boy Soldier series is as good as the rest. The story is set around a terrifying new drug and the action moves from Canada, to Manchester and Spain.Published 15 months ago by KLM
This is the last in the 4 part "Boy Soldier" series so if you are planning to read this, I would make sure you read the other 3 previous books to get continuity and to... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Chris W.