I have not read the complete print edition.
Yes, I have already enjoyed "The Alexander Cipher", which I liked a bit better.
I don't think I have, but I did enjoy his performance.
The hostage scene seemed to be terrifying realistic.
I did not care for the attempt to portray the pharaoh Akhenaten and Moses as one in the same.
Undecided; his books are very long.
He did a good job with the German language and accents.
This book is about climbing Mt. Everest, not the abominable snowman (yeti).
Remi Fargo, she sounds like a great wife.
His voice is easy to listen to and his foreign accents aren't bad.
Yes, I am a Fargo Adventure fan.
I enjoy the interaction between Sam and Remi Fargo, you can tell that they are married.
I put off listening to this book because I have read several others on Lincoln's Assassination, but I was pleasantly surprised. This book is an account that is concisely written without a lot of unnecessary sidebars.
This book has an excellent narrator and does not bear the weight of long, boring, and unnecessary side stories. I have read several; too many too list here.
He has a pleasant voice and his radio and television experience makes him sound at ease.
A bright and shinning star whose life was tragically cut short! I still can't believe that it happened and wonder why there was not stronger security.
The detailed account of the history of the Fauchard family over the centuries.
Skye Labelle, who would not not love a beautiful and sexy female soviet spy?
The early part of the book where it describes the research complex below the ice and what happens there.
Yes, but I try to enjoy books by reading or listening to them slowly.
I would love to listen to Scott Brick recordings of unabridged versions of the first 4 NUMA Files Books; Serpent, Blue Gold, Fire Ice, and White Death.
The detailed account of the sinking of the Soviet Sub K-129 in 1968. The author uses critical thinking and reasoning skills to back up his theory regarding what was the apparent cause for the sinking.
The detailed account of the sinking of the Soviet Sub K-129. At times the account gets bogged down in too many details.
Yes, it appears to match.
It has already been made into a pretty good movie (Phantom, 2013).
Undecided; this book chronicles some interesting background information, but it seems like every chapter details the mistakes made by allied forces. After listening to the first 2 parts, I find it difficult to believe that we ever won the campaign in Africa. The narration is average, but I expected to hear more details of combat.
No. I will look for other World War 2 books.
I don't have any issues with the performance, just the book.
Disappointment. Of course the allies made mistakes, but what did they do correctly? What good decisions were made? How about a few more stories of heroism?
The author appears to have done a great deal of research. He does reveal some interesting details and background information, but i was unable to finish the book.
The added detail to the story that the movie left out. It fills in some gaps and helps you to better understand the movie.
James T. Kirk, he is a man of action.
Not good to imitate a female (Sorry, 6 words)
Star Trek on steroids.
Zachary Quinto does a good job with male characters, but not with female characters.
I enjoy adventure books that involve archaeology. This is similar to Boyd Morrison series of Tyler Locke thrillers like "The Ark".
The plot builds slowly and reaches an exciting climax in the last few chapters.
I enjoyed his voice and he did an excellent job!
When they finally find Alexander the Great's Tomb.
I look forward to listening to the next book in the series "The Exodus Quest". I hope that Will Adams will write more books. I would have given it 5 stars if there wasn't some many "F Bombs".
Yes, The story line is very entertaining.
The way the author explains what happened in Roswell New Mexico in the 1940s.
No, but he does not do a female character very well; needs work.
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