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Publisher's Summary

In Primary Glory (The Forging of Luke Stone, book four), a groundbreaking action thriller by number one best seller Jack Mars, the president is taken hostage aboard Air Force One. A shocking ride ensues as elite Delta Force veteran Luke Stone, 29, and the FBI’s Special Response Team may be the only ones who can bring him back. 

But in an action-packed thriller jammed with shocking twists and turns, the destination - and the extraction - may be even more dramatic than the ride itself. 

Primary Glory is a stand-alone, unpauseable military thriller, a wild action ride that will leave you listening late into the night. The precursor to the number one best-selling Luke Stone Thriller series, this series takes us back to how it all began, a riveting series by best seller Jack Mars, dubbed “one of the best thriller authors” out there.

Also available is Jack Mars’ number one best-selling Luke Stone Thriller series (seven books), which begins with Any Means Necessary (book number one).

©2020 Jack Mars (P)2020 Jack Mars

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Good story, bad performance.

I really like the Luke Stone series, the forging series was good but the narration suffered. It's like the books were ready Alan Alda and the accents were Alan Alda, doing Chinese or other east Asian individuals, doing middle warren accents. pretty much all accents or women sound breathy.
But, this is another Forging of story and it's a good one. sets up the full Luke Stone series well. luckily the full series is ready someone else.

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His best storyline, yet.

Usually his storylines are weak, but this book surpasses all his other books. maybe he's found his rhythm

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Don't waste your money

It was pure torture to listen to this book. The narration was one of the worst I have ever had the misfortune of !listening to. I tried to like it I even finished the book but the plot was exaggerated and completely unbelievable. What has happened to you Jack Mars!

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loved it

slow start but worth it. zero books are still my favourite, but this is close. just wish Jack Mars could write quicker lol.

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We must be a totally idiotic country

Well I enjoy storylines and these types of books I Jack Mars is just getting ridiculous. First our president is kidnapped and killed our next president isn’t just kidnapped but on Air Force One. So the imagination is a little too far reaching for total attention but still I’m now stuck on Luke Stone so I will see how this series goes but if Jack Mars keeps up some of this enormous imagination I may have to for other authors

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  • 03-03-21

Narration poor

Narrator was hard to get into and delivery was poor. Story line was good though