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Written by Greg Rucka

Narrated by John Randolph Jones

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

Intense, fast-paced, and as timely as today’s front page, Keeper is a tantalizing glimpse into the life-and-death world of professional bodyguards. Atticus Kodiak—cunning, resourceful, and tough as nails—is trapped in a race against time in this riveting, realistic look at the abortion rights battlefield. Narrator John Randolph Jones fully captures the passion and terror on both sides of this explosive issue with stirring conviction.
Release dateDec 16, 2011

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Rating: 3.0617283950617282 out of 5 stars

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Chronologically, this is the first of Greg Rucka's Atticus Kodiak novels (and the first of any of his novels). It's an action novel with an unusual degree of character analysis. At the same time, it tangentially examines one of the most perplexing social problems facing our culture.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    I started reading this (and subsequent Greg Rucka books) while recuperating from surgery on my shoulder. My son swore by the series, and thought I would get a kick from them. Let me say that KEEPER would not impress me if not for the fact that my son recommended him, and I had very little else I could do while my shoulder healed. The book reads like a first book, lacks some consistency, lacks depth, and is basically comic-book story telling in words only. That said, it did have its entertainment value - it was a quick read, nothing deep to sidetrack the reader, and full of gratuitous violence (and rather immature stabs at angst and moral reasoning).
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    Solid; dude knows the business of bodyguarding and spins an entertaining tale out of it, but he's not as strong a writer of novels as he is of comics--the prose is a bit on the flat side.