Read Audiobooks Rough Men (Audio Download): Aric Davis, Mel Foster, Brilliance Audio: Audible Audiobooks By Aric Davis –

For his entire adult life, ex criminal Will Daniels has been running from his past Now, in the wake of his son s gruesome death, he ll turn around and embrace it After learning his boy got his head half blown off while helping a couple of punks rob a bank, Will tries oh, how he tries to just let the police handle the investigation But as legal channels fall well short and Will s helpless fury mounts, it s only a matter of time before he dishes out a personal brand of justice Armed with a dark past and brutal skills, Will is perfectly equipped to hunt down his son s killers Unfortunately, his violent quest for revenge may destroy him and everything he loves before it s over

8 thoughts on “Rough Men (Audio Download): Aric Davis, Mel Foster, Brilliance Audio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Ernest Godfrey Ernest Godfrey says:

    A pacy tale told well The characters are well rounded not cut outs and they interact well Read it in a twenty four hour period even finishing it in the car waiting for somebody rather than leaving it at home.

  2. Steve Jarrett Steve Jarrett says:

    Action all the way Unbelievable at times but who cares, which great thriller isn t Total break from Nickel Plated Excellent.

  3. D.D. D.D. says:

    It was a book I could.t really get into, in the end I put it down, and there it has stayed

  4. andrew wiseman andrew wiseman says:

    Read this book really quickly and enjoyed it,nice easy read with an odd twist.Why not give it a try.Looking for Arid Davis books.

  5. joel pereira joel pereira says:

    Rough men was a Really good read by Aric Davis, could not put the book down, will be purchasing another book by this author.

  6. Brett H Brett H says:

    This is a short read 187 pages But don t let that put you off this novel is jam packed with action.Will Daniels has not led a good life He fears he has failed his devoted wife, Alison and their son Alex When Alex s body turns up burnt beyond recognition, he fears the worst He s right to Alex has not died an honourable death Before he died he was involved in a bloody robbery with some erstwhile friends from his prison days It seems one or of them may have engineered his death Will may not have been a great dad but Alison was a great mum and she and Will want justice for their only boy.When the Police investigations turn up only blanks, Will turns to his long forgotten bad boy friends to find Alex s murderers But their form of hardball looks soft as they discover the real movers in this murderous tale Will, his brother and bad boy Jason come close to losing everything as the worst storm for years hits the State Is revenge really redemption and will Will ever hold it together to make sure the right thing is done This plot has twists and turns than a barrel full of monkeys and will keep you gripped right to the end One word of warning the violence and torture are not for the faint hearted nor is the child abuse but all are short lived if graphic Quite a ride and the dedication in the front is a lovely, lovely touch.

  7. Chris Hall Chris Hall says:

    First published in January of 2013, US author Aric Davis novel Rough Men was the writer s third novel to see publication.DLS Synopsis The job was supposed to be an easy one A simple case of get in, ram their guns in the faces of everyone there, get the money out of the vault, and then get the hell out of there And they even had a man on the inside, helping them with the robbery None other than the bank manager himself But as soon as Chris, Alex and Mumbo entered the Lake Michigan Credit Union Branch 421 on the 18th February 2013 that simple plan fell apart.Whilst their driver, Rob, circled the premises in the getaway car outside the inside of the bank had quickly turned into an absolute bloodbath Chris was straight into the vault with Alex by his side, whilst Mumbo was out in the foyer, blasting away at whoever came into his sights It had turned into one unnecessarily messy job And when Alex spotted Chris rooting through a deposit box, clearly searching for something other than the mountains of banknotes piled high around them, the job just got that bit messier for Chris.Three days later and Will Daniels is woken up by a knock at the door in the middle of the night Like a nightmare come true, Will and his wife Alison are given the news by Detective Ryan Van Endel that their son, Alex, has been found dead Worse still, the body was discovered burned beyond recognition in an old abandoned farm The initial autopsy on the body showed signs that Alex had been shot point blank in the head before his body was soaked in petrol and burnt to a crisp.The news is understandably devastating for Will and his wife Okay, so Alex had been far from the perfect son They d barely heard from him in years And he d always been in trouble But since coming out of prison, his criminal behaviour had obviously gotten considerably worse.That s not to say that Will didn t have his own shady past behind him Alcoholic bartender turned moderately successful writer, Will was now on the road to finally making something of his life He was finally sober, and had long ago realised the hell he had put his wife through over the years But she d stuck with him through it all Taking on Alex when he was just five years old Becoming a loving mother to him and trying her best to guide him through life.And now this Will s one and only son was dead And it was only a matter of time before the media got hold of the news about Alex s involvement in the bloodbath of a bank robbery that had shocked the community for the last three days Will calls up his brother Isaac to come stay with him, and then gets his struggling lawyer, Lou Schultz, to help them get through everything.But when it looks like the police aren t likely to get very far with their investigations, Will decides to reacquaint himself with a friend from his past A friend named Jason Wixom who Will used to work with back when Will s life was on a downward spiral to hell A man who Will thinks might be able to find out a little than the police can But he s also a man who you really don t want to mess with And in Jason s eyes, Will is the one man who has probably messed with him the most.But with or without Jason s help, Will knows that he must do what he can to get to the truth behind his son s death And when he finally catches up with the one that pulled the trigger on Alex Will plans to see them suffer every bit as much as his son had It s time for revengeDLS Review It s not exactly a particularly cunning or wonderfully elaborate plot But it s nevertheless got its gritty charm about it Like something Quentin Tarantino would concoct, the story has criminals or ex criminals in it than you can shake a blooded stick at Indeed, apart from literally a handful of secondary characters, everyone else in the book has had a particularly vicious streak in their lives at least some time in their past But that s certainly no bad thing for a novel titled Rough Men.Okay, so it s not going to be a novel that really pushes any boundaries It s a gritty action thriller, with plenty of gun toting violence and underground gang thuggery, than an intellectual read designed to get the reader thinking Again, that s no bad thing in itself However the main criteria defining the ultimate success of the novel must therefore surely lie in its overall entertainment valve It s got to have a good sturdy pace to it, and plenty of action and pulse racing drama to keep the reader s attention throughout Rough Men achieves this to a certain degree It s certainly an action rich and moderately exciting read The violence is pretty Tarantino esque, and the characterisation isn t too bad for a novel of this nature But it somehow lacks that explosive energy of a nail biting thriller that s one hundred percent hellbent on revenge And so it sadly just comes across as that little bit too diluted to make much of a lasting impression.Admittedly, some of the torture scenes are a little strong, and Davis incorporates quite a challenging subject matter near the end of the tale, but other than that and a completely outlandish Hollywood pre twist ending finale the novel is just a bit too flat and unadventurous or maybe unchallenging to really get the juices flowing.For a gritty tale that s completely consumed in the idea of revenge, such as with Simon Wood s Terminated 2010 , the novel really needs to get knee deep in the emotional maelstrom of vengeance and take on board the psychological turmoil that comes with such a life changing decision None of this is really explored in Rough Men It s just snap decisions, easy choices, simple negotiations and accepting wives What a trouble free world Davis characters live in Other than all the criminals and violence that is That said, it s still a relatively entertaining read, with enough momentum in the twisting and turning storyline to keep the reader suitably gripped The ending especially the laughable final twist is by far the weakest section of the book But by the time you reach the end, the simplistic plot has pretty much run out of steam, the characters are a bit worn down and probably too one dimensional to take any further, and the tale s antagonist is too stretched out and vague by now to really keep up much interest But it was fun whilst it lasted.The novel runs for a total of 184 pages.

  8. Aremess Aremess says:

    As I read the opening chapter, filled with a lot of US street speak I thought, oh no However, a sudden event and the following chapters changed all that My goodness, in no time at all, the reader is dragged into the story line almost by the scruff of the neck Very thrilling and un put down able if that s a word I can t see myself going out and buying other books by this writer if they are in the same vein as this dark, violent thriller I think there are two main problems with the book a novella rather than a novel 1 Unlike dark characters such as Lee Child s Jack Reacher, I couldn t relate in any way to the lead character 2 Events in the storyline simply happened rather than, again comparing to Child, a really good storyline development.My overall view a fairly good, if short, read perhaps best for a holiday read but no .