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Publisher's Summary

1827: During a trek to Loch Ness, Scotland, a young Charles Darwin encounters a mysterious and terrifying creature that provides a spark for his evolutionary theory.

2013: Almost 200 years later and across the channel in Paris, the Eiffel Tower is under attack. Only through detective work, intuition, and a judicious application of high-tech weaponry does former Army combat engineer Tyler Locke prevent a massacre.

What Tyler doesn't know is that the assault is just the beginning of a conspiracy so dark that it not only threatens the lives of those he loves, but could also ignite World War III. Racing against time to uncover Darwin's centuries-old secret, he must solve a series of cryptic clues to find a manuscript that has been so cleverly hidden it hasn't been seen since the Victorian age.

Tyler's quest takes him from the bustling tourist hotspots of Seattle to the splendor of Versailles to the remote Highlands of Scotland in a battle to reveal the shocking truth behind the legend of the Loch Ness monster.

©2013 Boyd Morrison (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Good book , easy to follow, intersting

What made the experience of listening to Loch Ness Legacy the most enjoyable?

It was easy to follow and the books plot was interesting.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Tyler Locke

Have you listened to any of David Marantz’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

His voice is good and interesting

If you could take any character from Loch Ness Legacy out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Tyler Locke

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Reminiscent of Cussler

This was a roller coaster thrill ride of plot twists and skillful characterization. You will find yourself rooting for a mythical creature as you chase across several continents.

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Loved it!

I liked it! Since it's FICTION, I enjoyed it being a well-written book about a possible Lake Ness Monster, and I loved that he came up with a plausible explanation for it. Thanks for the great read!

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Fun but way out there.

Fun book, but a little too much of a stretch. Great chase and fight scenes but the Loch Ness Monster. Cmon man.

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not my usual genre

I thought I would step outside of my usual genre which is post apocolyptic. I thought this book had a lot of potential but for me it just kind of drug along. And I wasn't crazy abouttbe narrator either. He wasn't bad at all. just had a sedate, calming tone which made it easy for my mind to wonder.

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Very enjoyable

I must say I don’t agree with his take on evolution or theology but it didn’t ruin the story - just felt a little preachy at times and you could tell he was trying to shove his viewpoint on you. Other than that - fast paced and a great read with interesting characters. This is the second novel I’ve read of his and I’ll probably buy another. Good entertainment!

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Doesn't disappoint

True Tyler Locke novel, but had a little different feel. Can't exactly say why, but the sequencing was a little different from the other novels. If this is the first Tyler Locke novel you read, you'll love it; if you have read them in order, you'll still love it. Characters are still their same enduring selves with good plot development that makes you wonder how Morrison is going to make this believable. A little less Gordonian influenced, more personal, yet the story still has that great mystery to it that Morrison does so well.

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Fantastic Adventure!

A delightful fantasy adventure, with winning characters and gripping dramatic suspense and, of course, Nessie!

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Great story

Full of suspense, excitement and romance. looking forward to more stories from Boyd Morrison. Great

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Not good story

I really loved Boyd Morrison's first Tyler Lock book, The Ark. This one was bad. the story was half baked and rushed. the opening scene made you feel like you started at the wrong point in the story. The style in which the story evolves never makes you connect with the characters.