The trail leads him and Constance to the maiden voyage of the Queen Victoria, the world's largest and most luxurious passenger liner - and to an Atlantic crossing fraught with terror.
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©2007 Splendide Mendax, Inc. and Lincoln Child; (P)2007 Hachette Audio
this book is one of the best Pendergast stories yet.... But the narrator, especially compared to the previous narrator in the previous Pendergast books, is horrible.... He did not even give him a Southern accent
Like Scott Brick's narrating better. He does a good accent for Pendergast, where this one did not.
Story was pretty far-fetched, although several in the series have been, but just had a hard time getting into it and relating to this one. Not my favorite
Not as good as the previous three. Interesting enough though.
I don't care for the narrator. It's hard to follow Scott Brick.
I was annoyed by how the book addressed the female captain. Very competent but they gave her a crappy role.
Not really. The new reader ruined the experience
Scott Brick. The narrator of earlier books in this series. I see the condescending face of the guy from Benson every time he talks.
Do not know
Renee did a decent job but i got used to Scott Brick's voice for Pendergast. Renee doesn't have as deep an Louisiana privileged drawl. By the end of the story it was credible. If you hadn't heard Scott Brick as Pendergast you would think it was good.
It would give away an important part but i thought the character of Staff Captain Mason was very well done as was Captain Cutter.
The first half of the story brought me in because i thought it was a great murder mystery with a great setting. Things got weird after that which is typical for a Pendergast story.
Story was OK. Narration was flat. What happen to that honey like southern accent. Pendergast ain't the same without it. Will still listen to the books. I like 90 percent of them.
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