If you like Cussler, it is probably on of the better of the recent novels that he has done. Scott Brick is always a great narrator, but as always Cussler's books a formulaic action fair
Scott Brick is always consistent and one of the best out there.
Yes, but mostly just because I was curious how this would fit into the series and is a step up from the last Issac Bell novel.
Harry Dresden is a well rounded character with an exceptional amount detail to his motives and drive paid to him. I very well done piece of character development.
While his performance was perfect for the lead character of harry, there was little emotion behind it. It was a very flat performance.
The production has odd moments where there are odd pauses and Marsters performance was very flat, but for the character of Dresden himself it was actually suiting. It was just disappointing that the other characters were not given the same care and attention in the performance.
The narrator does a great job elevating this from a decent fantasy story to a good, enjoyable audio experience.
Most of these characters are relatively flat, but also realize that this is part of a series where the characters get more expanded upon in the following novels.
Middle of the road, which is disappointing when compared to the first book of the series.
A very poor follow up to 1632, which to me was one of the best audiobooks I've listened to.
This is probably one of the best audiobooks I've heard in a while from the storyline to the performance. Usually fantasy/alternate history isn't something I enjoy, but this really hits on all fronts.
He really embodies the characters in the story very well, flawless.
Yes, and if it wasn't as long as it was I probably would have. This is a rare audiobook I had to force myself to pause.
Yes, I believe that fans of Clive Cussler or the Isaac Bell series will at least mildly enjoy this work even if it is not up to par to many of his other works. The villain in this story is far to unbelievable and this takes away from the realism of the story. As a fan of this series I was a little disappointed, but it is still worth reading.
It is probably the weakest in the Isaac Bell series to date.
Scott Brick does another great job as the narrator and seems to have the Cussler books down to an art when it comes to reading them.
I liked the overall concept of using historical fact and blending it with a horror/science fiction story to link it together also. A relatively fresh approach to this type of concept that is overall very well written.
It actually made me want to look further into more of the author's stories and also historical non-fiction about the time period.
Overall a solid performance by the narrator. Better than most of his other work, so an overall solid job.
The overall experience of this listen was well worth the download. An interesting story line for both history buffs and vampire story lovers that is overall solidly read by Scott Holst. Not the best narrator, but he does a solid job with this story.
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