In a lonely bar in eastern Turkey, ex-National Geographic photojournalist Sam Ward is hired to find an eccentric professor who disappeared high atop Mount Ararat, fabled resting spot of Noah's Ark.
Accompanied by the professor's beautiful daughter, archaeologist Faye Roberts, Sam soon stumbles upon a secret stronghold-a base of operation for unleashing hell of earth. Now running for their lives, Sam and company are about to come face-to-face with the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. . .
©2010 J.R. Rain (P)2013 J.R. Rain
Stay away from stupid remarks of the characters.
Can't name any.
It just barely cleared the threshold for my continuing to listen.
Kept waiting for something really interesting or exciting to happen. It didn't. Too many "cute" tough guy phrases, like a tired Bruce Willis was the main character or meant to be. Narrator helped make a bad book better... pass on this one.
The story kept my attention with a little action and, surprisingly, a lot of history. Well worth the time and money. Would recommend this 'easy to listen to' book for those who are looking for a book that they can listen to in a day. Not as suspenseful as I like but a good audio book nonetheless.
There were a lot of technical glitches in the recording. Repeated sentences and a couple apparent skips as well. A good read. Great diversion for treadmill time.
The narration, in my opinion, is that of someone very depressed - flat, monotone, bored - Clay's has a lot of potential he has a very nice sounding voice - one needs to ask what is going on with him? It is as if he was tortured to narrate this story - I think Clay could be a great narrator - but OMG he is horrible on this go-around. He is clearly not into the job - and the editors and engineers seem to be of the same mindset - again IMHO - they did the minimal passable job - it really shows - no attention to detail or excellence - words and sentences repeated - sound quality up and down - perhaps and just guessing here - they are suffering from some group depression?
I could barely get through this one - picked it up as a daily deal - otherwise I would not have done so - I gave it two stars so it is not horrible or offensive - but simply not a good way to spend my time.
It is tough to give a terrible review - I feel for these people that I am suggesting didn't step up - but honestly I cannot recommend this book to anyone - really no redeeming qualities - Just pass on it and spend your credits on something worthy.
I hope that I can inspire Clay - he can be a great narrator if he wants to be great - step up and be great Clay - be inspired put some emotion into it!
There were a number of times in the audio version in which the producer didn't properly edit the book, so that lines in the story were repeated.
A solid story, and I thought Clay Teunis did a nice job voicing it.
The recording was messy with multiple places where you could hear changes in recording quality, edits or errors. The author used some words too repetitively and repeated the same sentiments several times.
I would recommend this book to someone looking for a fairly quick, adventurous listen if they were willing to overlook the less than perfect recording and predictable writing style.
I enjoyed most of the story, it was easy to follow while listening at work and a reasonable value if purchased at a sale price. I got this book on sale for under $5.
There was a lot of humor in the book, almost to the point of overdoing it, but I did laugh
aloud quite a bit. It was adventure packed, but the comical sarcasm kept me grounded. Would I recommend it? Yes, it is very entertaining.
I loved all the characters I was supposed to, with the possible exception of the old man professor. When the story line shifted to him, time sort of happened around him and he wasn't a part of it. Very creative writing that was.
It's not a long book and it was a daily deal, so over all I'm ok with it. I wouldn't want to pay full price for it though.
The female character is irritating. Written to be strong and independent, she comes off as touchy, stubborn and hot-headed.
The narrator's style reminded me of Jack Moyles in the old radio show "Rocky Jordan". I like that, but his low-key, unflappable style wouldn't be for everyone.
It almost feels like a tv movie is the endgame for this book. It doesn't take much to imagine the poor writing and bad special effects. How about Kevin Sorbo and Catherine Bell?
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