With more than two dozen nuclear devices unaccounted for, the global masters of terror have set a catastrophe in motion - a surprise attack more deadly than Pearl Harbor and 9/11 combined.
If the nation is to survive, Lt. Colonel Tecumseh "Dog" Bastian and his crew will have to reach deep into their cutting-edge arsenal. And they'll have to do it short-handed - because two of Dreamland's best and bravest have been lost at sea...
©2007 Air Battle Force, Inc.; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
"The best military writer in the country." (Clive Cussler)
This was my first audio book. I wondered how I would "process" hearing instead of seeing; I think that, if anything, I get more out out of the audio books; I can't speed-read audio :-) so I get ALL the details. The story totally lived up to the Dale Brown standard. I hated to put it down!
This is a Good Read...Listen...I needed background on the Dreamland team and noticed that there is a good progression in the way that the characters have been developed. You will want to get many books in the series because of needing the history of events. The main Character is a little too consumed with everything to the neglect of his personal life...Oh Well.
Christopher Lane should have listened to his previous
Dreamland narrations, because he obviously forgot his "voice characters for this one. Maybe twenty % of them sound the same as "all" the previous books! "Starship" sounds just like "James T. Kirk". I think one character sounded like "Spock" from time to time. I most certainly hope his readings of the remaining books are back up to his usual form.
Not as easily. Disappointed in this book. No meat to the story. Not well written. More soap opera than story.
I always liked Dreamland series...but not this one. If this is what they are like now...I pass...
It's ok. No good story..no good performance
nothing...other than wishing I had my money back
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