Medford, OR, United States | Listener Since 2008
This is another hit for Cussler. The story follows his typical, high-tech thriller-mixed-with-history pattern. However, a different narrator on this book, cools my enthusiasm somewhat. Scott Brick, who narrated all the others we have listened to, adds so much to the quality of the book, and although Jason Culp does an adequate job, he doesn't come up to Brick's standard by a long way.
For those who enjoy military history and thrills, this story is an excellent listen. As usual, there is a lot of
The constant bleeps that take out the censored material.
Having listened to Scott Brick and Ron McLarty, this reader isn't in the same class, but is adequate for the job.
This book was narrated by the author, who was also related to the subjects of the book. I've read many books on this subject matter written by, or about, those who were the participants. This one tells the story of relatives who did everything they could to provide safety and security to a number of Jews during World War 2.
Intimate knowlege of the family and their feelings are evident in his voice as he tells the story.
The same as the title of the book
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