Quality of writing and plot flow was not even in the same league as all of the other Fargo adventures. I love and have listened to every single Fargo book as they are released, and I didn't even finish listening to this one. The plot flow makes sense, but contains no sensory details or attempts to really make you feel like you are there, which I think has been present in all of the previous Fargo books.
Yes, of course. Lifelong Cussler fan, and love every other book he has written / co written except this one.
I already 'know' Sam and Remy, but the character development of all the new characters was slipshod.
Very disappointed with writing quality in general. Scott Brick, as always, is one of the best narrators on Audible.
This is a Typical Cussler Novel. It is fast moving and fast paced from the beginning. It keeps you on the edge from the start and is hard to stop once it is started. The characters are always in wild and fast paced situations and always find clever and exciting ways to prevail.
Scott Brick's narration is always good and clear and easy to listen to.
Clive Cussler's novels are always great and I can't wait for the next one, no matter who the characters are, to come out.
I have not read many CC books but always like the stories of fact behind the fiction. In this case Sam and Remi are great characters and always have their knocks as well as the wins. I did not read the previous one in this series due to some reviews about it being boring. I can say that this story is not, and well worth the listen in this series.
I love a good clean, edge of your seat, mystery.
It has everything you want in an adventure/mystery/suspense! Good guys and girls, villains, which are not over the top, like some authors. People who seem like good guys, but you don't know who is and whose not. No gratuitous violence, sex, gore, and last but certainly not least, profanity! Thanx Clive!
Sam and Remy, of course. They're partners in every way. Either would sacrifice their own safety and well being for the other, even if it came to the ultimate sacrifice.
I can't say he's my favorite, because he's not. But if you're going to listen to a book by this author, you really must get used to him!
The dog's plight, I can't really elaborate without a spoiler.
You won't be disappointed with any series by Clive Cussler, (if you don't like Scott Brick you're in trouble) but please don't let it deter you from getting a really good book!
I have enjoyed this series of books from start to now. The action and the mystery as well as the history is fun. Of course it is a bit Indiana Jones ish, but just enjoy the fun of how you would imagine getting out of danger and not worry about all the reality. Makes for a clean, romantic couple who love each other and enjoy sharing life together. Done up right. Keep up the fun, Cussler!
If you already are a fan of Clive Cussler, what's not to like about this book? This is another action filled novel like so many before it. Lots of suspense, lots of heroic action with believable heroes doing what is right for the world. Then in the end the good guy gets to keep the lovely heroine that fought right along side him to the glorious end. And the icing on the cake is the wonder dog that saved his fair maden. For those of us that have and love our dogs, it couldn't be any better at "The End".