Yes. Murder On Everest is a crazy ride! First, I must admit that since I'm not a mountain climber I feared that some of the terms and descriptions may be over my head. I shouldn't have worried because Irion and Watkins do a great job of explaining everything in a way that is easy to follow. I had NO IDEA that mountain climbing could be so dangerous and involved! I felt the danger in each word spoken! The danger of the climb added to the story, making me bite my nails in anticipation.
Scott Devlon - He is the kind of hero every book should have.
Greg's voice made me feel excitement, anticipation, worry, and the danger in every step of the climb in this book. He made me feel like I was on the mountain too and to me that is the sign of a wonderful narrator.
Love the narration and the story.
It is an action packed adventure that wrapped up the whole series. I couldn't have asked for a better conclusion to a series I've really enjoyed.
I was amazed by his ability to change accents and how he was able to give each character their own personality by just using his voice.
I love that each novel in the series gets better and better. Murder on Vinson Massif is different from the other novels because it takes on a bit of a scifi feel and I loved it.
Scott Devlon is my favorite character in every book. His courage is admirable and I always like to see how he will get them out of trouble in each book.
I love how the narrator changes his voice for each character. He is very talented and it made the book more enjoyable to listen to
Definitely! The book was action packed like always, but this time the authors ended the book with one heck of a cliffhanger. The end is so fast paced my head was spinning with keeping up with what was going on. I loved it!
Greg Lutz changes his voice for each character and it adds so much to the story!
Yes, and I wish I could have. I had to listen to it in pieces but I didn't want to turn it off when I had to!
A very exciting book full of action and adventure in every word.
Greg Lutz is a hit every time.
Scott Devlon finds himself in the middle of chaos once again, on another one of the world's seven continental summits. This time, Devlon is climbing Mt. McKinley, and his group includes an unethical reporter, rival oil companies that don't disguise their disdain for one another, environmental protection groups, and angry local Alaskan tribes. It isn't long before murder and mayhem take place, and Devlon is doing everything he can to just stay alive. These novels just keep getting better and better. The history and research that the authors do to add to their story is evident, and only makes it better. I'm looking forward to the next installment!
Yes, definitely. The book kept my attention and the narrator kept me on the edge of my seat during the exciting, drama-driven moments!
Nice voice, clear diction, good emphasis on the exciting parts.
I am very happy to say that Murder on Elbrus lives up to my hopes after reading Murder on Everest. Once again the authors don't disappoint, writing a novel full of non-stop action and climbing excitement. This time around, hero Scott Devlon is running for his life after he becomes entangled in the murder of a Russian official. Oh, and did I mention that he has the Russian Army on his tail?! Kick back, relax, and get lost listening to Murder on Elbrus!
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