When the antagonist met his own.
Love joe. But dirk and Rudy are always good.
I like stuff. From gardening to cats to haiku to software to citizen science.
I'm relatively new to audio books, usually reading print and on kindle.
This is a very good audiobook, it's long, suspenseful with lots of little cliffhangers (and a few big ones). The dialogue between the main characters is often witty and that keeps the story light and easy to listen to.
The narration by Scott Brick is just awesome and i'm looking forward to listening to his other books. Since i'm new to audiobooks, i don't know if it's odd to seek out the narrator as much as the author...? :)
The two main characters being chased into the Gobi desert and their trek on foot through this desolate land.
Love it. He plays the various character voices very well, i will seek out some of his other narrations because i think his voice helps make the story in this format
Laughed out loud a couple of times :)
At the top
Dirk Pitt he's like a James Bond very fun.
The reading was done well, he lets you know when another person was talking by his voice, acting.
Would like to see it made in a movie.
As I listened to this book, I kept thinking it would e a great movie. It's got everything a disaster or end of the world aficionado such as myself loves.
Unique and interesting storyline that occurs mostly out of the water!
Narration moved along well most of the time while lagging in some spots.
Due to it's length at lends itself to a series more than a movie.
unabriged version somewhat LONG with 3 parts
Power Play Adventure.
On the Lake, when the Wave Smashed their Boat.
Ancient Powers, Ancient Cultures and Ancient Secrets combine to bring the Planet to it's knees, and only Dirk Pitt and his NUMA Research Team stand in the way of Global Disaster.
Voracious, omnivorous reader. Audible provides another venue to absorb information.
Al Giordino - good friend, resourceful ally, pulls Pitt out of scrapes often.
Kept me interested.
Found the book works like most of the Cussler novels, several plots, themes, crisp dialogue.
HAVEN'T READ THE PRINT VERSION
I LIKE ALL OF CUSSLER'S WRITINGS. THEY ARE FAST PACED,ACTION ADVENTURES, WITHOUT ALL OF THE SEX AND FOUL LANGUAGE
IT'S A FUN BOOK
As always with a Clive Cussler book and a Scott Brick narration, this story was entertaining and enjoyable. The twists and turns of the plot keep the listener attentive. Mr. Brick's character portrayals make it fairly easy to determine the characters as they appear.
Not sure about combination of Father and Son collaborating. Used to read Clive Cussler when I was younger and enjoyed them. His Later Works not as good. Maybe It isy taste changing? This was a tyhpical Book from this author and well worh the listen. However, I feel, that the authors are writing to a specific level of society, and would not be an interesing listen or some. Tone and inflection is sometimes annoying.