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Probably not, story is sub-par entertainment. Surreal and un-realistic plot. Slightly exciting, but narration was terrible.
The story was fair and probably would have been best if a narrator like Scott Brick or Dick Hill read this story.
NO (not for this type of story anyway)
Just terrible narration. Sound quality of voice is echoey and high pitched. Sound effects were horribly annoying and I had to turn down the sound many times because of this annoyance. The story was fair and probably would have been best if a narrator like Scott Brick or Dick Hill read this story.
The movie wasn't bad. Was surprised to see the huge differences in the 2 stories.
Yes. I just love a good creature feature.
The assault on the museum.
Now with pentagrast! Not sure why you would not keep the main character?
I'm using audio books while walking for exercise. I couldn't wait to get out and walk so I could listen. I walked EXTRA so I could hear more! GREAT book!
I'm a father of four and a husband of one. I am a big fan of The Pendergast series by Preston and Child as well as Dan Brown's Robert Langdon books. James Rollins' Sigma Force series is also one that I am always anxious to see. My favorite author of all though is easily Bill Bryson.
The story was really great. I recommend it and all of the Pendergast novels. The naration wasn't up to par with the later novel's though.
I enjoyed this book. It is a little out there, but it has a good story line, and the right combination of mystery and suspense. The narrator is excellent, his ability to keep the characters straight is superb.
This is my first download of this author, and it will also be my last. I don't think that I have ever listened to such an implausible book in my life. Characters were unidimensional, and scientific aspects were pure rubbish.
I really tried to like this book. I just didn't. I found it didn't hold my attention. I didn't care about the characters or what happened to them.