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Stealing tea cups and saucers from the Titanic wreck site is not an easy task. Doing it without getting your feet wet is even harder. Dexter Knight and his two mismatched partners have managed to do it, but are finding it difficult to turn their acquisitions into cold hard cash. When one such sale goes horribly awry, they wind up hijacked, along with their technology. Unsure if he's now working for a government agency or a criminal conspiracy, Dexter finds his team dragged out to the oceans deepest spot, the Marianas Trench. There, beneath seven miles of sea water, lies an unknown object far more intriguing than fine china. While Dexter would prefer to get back to civilization and dry land, he finds himself pondering a more ominous question. If he leaves without solving the mystery beneath the waves, will there be any civilization to go back to?

©2014 Cosby Media Productions (P)2015 Cosby Media Productions

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Of course I liked it

What did you love best about Free Dive?

Interaction between the characters. Humor and wit

Who was your favorite character and why?

Katya, what a complex gal

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

No, but he did an amazing job!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes for sure

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Horrible narration

Intriguing story line. Reasonably well written. Extraordinarily poor narration. So bad it should never have come out of the studio.

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good story, horrible recording

While I enjoyed the story, and the voice of the narrator, the recording itself was horrible. At times you could hear background noise, or it sounded like he was recording in a box; there were many lines repeated. Obviously the quality was poor. I deleted the book and then tried to download again in hopes the problems were due to the down load, but no such luck. If you can get past the recording problems, the book itself is good; some areas could have been better developed that weren't and others shortened that were overly developed. But I liked the concept.

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  • Barbara
  • NEW WESTMINSTER, BC, Canada
  • 05-07-17

Good Story- Poor Audio recording

First off I enjoyed the story, bit of a sci-fi nerd and this one hit the spot. Interesting characters and the premise was good, have seen similar stories so not new overall. But definitely kept me engaged, which was good as the recording quality was poor. Best description is watching a "B" movie where the acting is ok, cinematography is horrible, but the story still captures your attention. It has a hollow feel to it and in several spots the audio skips and a word repeats itself, kind of like listening to a scratch album. If you can get through that, it is worth making it all the way to the end.

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Re-record please

The sound quality is horrible. Had to return, couldn't listen to it. Sounds like they recorded using laptop integrated mic. Shame, I really enjoyed Waller's Tourist of the Apocalypse.