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Dogs of War | Joe Ledger Book 9 | Audiobook Review

May 16, 2022 0 comments

Dogs of War                           

Joe Ledger book 9

By: Jonathan Maberry

Narrated by: Ray Porter

Length: 17 hrs and 46 mins 

Audiobook Review *Spoiler Free*    

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                Performance and Production

Ray Porter reads the Joe Ledger series, I really like Ray Porter as a narrator. His voice just seems to fit as Joe Ledger and his performances always draw me in, and this is no exception. The production in the Joe Ledger series is as good as it gets, the production and performance get a 5 out of 5.


Dogs of War is the ninth novel in the Joe Ledger series. Joe works for the Department of Military Sciences (DMS) responding imminent terrorist threats. The DMS is putting itself back together from near collapse in Kill Switch, but Mind Reader is showing it's age.  Will the DMS be able to save the world when their most powerful tool can no longer be trusted.

Johnathan Maberry takes us back to Baltimore when Joe Ledger gets a call from his brother for help on a case. This opens the case and begins Joe Ledger on a mission that takes him all over the country and discovers a global attack, with the terrorist seem to have full control of the DMS most powerful tool Mind Reader computer system. I really liked the bounce back from Kill Switch, where I had a hard time even finishing Kill Switch, Dogs of War kept me engaged and rushing through the book as fast as possible.  I give Dogs of War a 5 out of 5


Dogs of War looks at the possibilities of future computer and robotic development and how those systems could be used. Johnathan Maberry looks at nanites in slave labor, sex robots, and military applications for future robotics these fields have always interested me and the philosophical discussions in the novel opened up new avenues of thought to future application of common philosophical ideas. Dogs of War gets a 5 out of 5


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