In his time at Area 51, Mike Turcotte has learned one thing: We are not alone. As part of an elite Special Forces team, the former Green Beret has encountered things that are well beyond human understanding. Now, two ancient rivals from another world are vying to dominate Earth, and Mike and his team must choose which army to side with. The key to averting the crisis lies in a single weapon: Excalibur. The mythical, legendary sword of King Arthur is real and can unlock a galactic power beyond what anyone - human or alien - has ever seen. And Mike must keep it from falling into the wrong hands.
The race to recover Excalibur will lead the players all across the globe - from the ancient pyramids to the Great Wall of China, from a fortress on Easter Island to the heights of Mount Everest - in a high-stakes game in which the fate of humanity is the ultimate prize.
©2013 Bob Mayer (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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Same to say as his Area 51 Grail... yuk
Not area 51 - 4, 5, 6, etc...
If priced cheap with whisper sync.
Wouild not waste a credit.
Only the $2.99 kindle and $3.99 made Area 51 books 1, 2, 3 worth trying. Books 4, 5 not even worth the $7
Couldn't keep going after repeat of story line of book 1, 2, 3, 4
See area 51 grail.
of the area 51 series, excaliber has to be up there.
it's like the last 3 in the area 51 series.
i did eric's low, almost military-like voice. he changes his voice just enough w/ the other characters, but not too much to be annoying.
heavens no. who does that?
this whole series is well worth it. you have to pay attention to catch all the details, but i wouldn't say it's a difficult listen nor is it terribly "intelligent". it's kinda like watching "independence day". it's fun times.
Finally back in the swing with Dove's narration perfectly balanced. Mayer excelling in his ability to capture the reader with this ongoing story of man against overwhelming technical superiority. So glad that we have more to come.
Really good paced sci-fi thriller, narration is read well and paced just right. The series has has been around a while but it still feels up to date
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