The worst Clive Cussler book I've read or listened to, I doubt he wrote it...
Try "Flood Tide" if you want Dirk Pitt at his best.
This is the worst Clive Cussler book I have listened to. I got through 4 cd's and i had to put it down. there's too many characters to keep track of and I find myself drifting off. Scott Brick is great as usual.
narrator made this a terrible purchase. I've read the story and loved it, but the monotone narrator is terrible don't know any sugar coating ways to it.
Comic Book Fan
Decent story, good performance, but can't help thinking I've heard it before. Would like something a little more original from Cussler and son, but then again, it's a Dirk Pitt story and thus fun.
I listen to audible books during my commute so my concentration occasionally lapses. Having Dirk Sr. and Dirk Jr. in the same book without clear distinction was difficult for me. I like Cussler in general and this was no exception. Some added oversight would have improved this book.
Doesn't NEED one but it may be good.
Many of the books I have listened to lately seem to be "production" books. The author seems to be forcing books out with little inspiration. Is this a problem with the book companies???
Linda in Omaha
What could be better than listening to Scott Brick read me a Cussler story while I'm driving? Crescent Dawn is a tale of the Mid-East with plenty of edge-of-the-seat moments for Dirk Pitt and company, including an incredibly beautiful woman (of course). A man is attempting to raise the Ottoman Empire and find a rumored mysterious "Manifesto" that may change history as we know it. Fast moving action and an intriguing story line kept my interest beginning to end.