Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Pharaoh's Secret.The City of the Dead, Egypt, 1353 BC
Buried deep beneath the Sahara desert is a secret - an ancient elixir so powerful that it is rumoured to take life from the living and restore it to the dead.
Lampedusa, present day
Off a remote island, a mysterious ship releases a deadly poison. Minutes later everyone on the island is dead. Responding to a distress call, Kurt Austin and the NUMA team struggle to understand what has caused this disaster. As they investigate the incident further, they uncover a far greater threat.
What is the truth behind the legends?
Now Kurt Austin must learn the secrets of the past if he is to save millions from horrifying deaths. But it is a desperate race against time. And he faces a deadly enemy who will stop at nothing....
©2015 Clive Cussler (P)2015 Penguin Books Limited
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"not one of his best"
It was ok but not one of his best.
Good characters as always, I just didnt get as emersed in the story as I usually do.
"very American found the performance irritating"
story was OK but found the performance very American to the point it became irritating
Great adventure and interaction between actors. Story line is good and keeps you wanting to keep reading on .
Listened to this whilst on holiday as watching the kids around the pol and reading a Cussler book isn't really an option! Scott Brick delivered another superb performance backed up with Cussler's awesome ability to spin a superb yarn based on current (sic) Middle Eastern sentiment. I thorough enjoyed it especially the attention to detail. And nine of the kids drowned! Not mine anyway.
Exciting and interesting story that was really brought to life by an excellent narrator - can't wait to hear more
"Clive Cussler does it again"
loved it. A good action adventure to get lost in. I would recommend this audio book to all.
I just love the tone of the narrator, he is able to take you on the journey. Capturing every moment
"Kurt Austin and Egypt"
As I get older I treat these like boys own stories , macho heroes and an impossibly survived storyline.
Great way to pass away hours while recovering from illness.
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