Followers of this blog will know how much I love this series, combining these books with audios was a great idea, and it didn't take me long to make a start on Lockdown. The Urban Outlaws have managed to track down Hector, the only problem is he is in USA, and the outlaws have no way of getting to him, until The Samaritan comes along and offers to send them over, if they help him out whilst there.
Lockdown was my favourite of the series when it was released, we get to see the Urban Outlaws out of thier comfort zone, and in a different country. They have to rely on friends to help them out for small missions, but also get shown how the USA does RAKing. The main mission, to track down Hector, isn't an easy one, and it needs the help of high tech gadgets, friends, sneaky tricks, and a
Lockdown is just as action packed as the previous books and I really enjoyed getting to listen to this one. I loved everything about this book, the plot, the characters (old and new), and the pace of the story itself. I found myself laughing at silly things (inflatable extras) and smiling when the Outlaws got one over on Hector.
Lockdown is the same narrator as the previous books, but he honestly sounds like a different person. I LOVED this narration so much more than the others, and I also enjoyed the different accents. I have it on good authority that a different studio was used to record this book, I vote for that studio to be used again for the rest of the series.
Everything about the Lockdown audiobook was perfect. The story and the narration worked amazingly well together and I often found myself putting it on for another half hour..when I really should have been sleeping.