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Publisher's Summary

Chase Baker, Renaissance man and adventurer is back. When a flirtatious, beautiful young woman by the name of Andrea Gallo claims to be a fan of his pulp novels, Chase can't resist reciprocating in the lusty attraction. But that night, while the two enjoy a romantic evening of wine and love in his Florence apartment, he is suddenly kidnapped from his bed by two thugs who turn out not only to be working for Great Britain's infamous MI-16, but also working side-by-side with Gallo. Duped once again, Chase wants to bid his newfound romance a quick "arrivederci" and be on his way. But when they tell him they desperately need his help to uncover a legendary cave in the Northern Italian forest before a team of Russian and Iranian hardliners do, he feels compelled to help out, regardless of their rather unsound method of capturing his attention.
But what's so special about the cave?
It's said to be the very same cave that Leonardo da Vinci discovered as a young man back in the mid-15th century, and where he not only learned the secrets behind his many inventions, including the airplane, but where he was exposed to the very meaning behind God's divine plan for mankind. Why is the MI-16 so desperate to uncover the cave before the bad guys do? Whoever discovers it first will possess the knowledge and the power to take over the world.
©2016 Vincent Zandri (P)2017 Vincent Zandri
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5 out of 5 stars
By Myztikal on 07-22-17

One of the best Chase Bakers!

What made the experience of listening to Chase Baker and the Da Vinci Divinity the most enjoyable?

I think I enjoy listening to Mr Wehrlen reading to me. He's the best mystery/suspense/thriller narrators I've encountered.
I usually don't like third person present tense, but this narrator does a flawless read, allowing me to overlook some of the tedious mundane tidbits.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

This one certainly did. It had several twists and life-or-death and 'omgoddess! What are you thinking, Chase?!' moments. I loved it!

Have you listened to any of Andrew B. Wehrlen’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I've listened to several books he has narrated. I would pick up a book, simply because he is reading it.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Tiffany on 06-13-17

I love this series

Who was your favorite character and why?

Chase. I love his snarky humor

Any additional comments?

This was an enjoyable book to listen to. The narrator has done another wonderful performance. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 03-07-17

"You actually live your adventures."

What did you like most about Chase Baker and the Da Vinci Divinity?

Slightly different from earlier Chase Baker novels, this one is a lot more personal and written in the first person. After being recruited by MI 16 to find da Vinci's legendary cave, Chase's quest goes pretty smoothly - well, as smoothly as they ever go.. Apart from the Islamists. And the Russians. And then, there's Andrea....

Another great fun adventure book, from Vincent Zandri, recounting the astonishing exploits of the ' best selling ( but not as famous as Dan Brown ) author' , Chase Baker. Narrator Andrew Wehrien becomes the man himself, with a warm, natural reading perfectly suited to Chase's sardonic, sometimes self depreciating but bold personality. His voicing of the other protagonists is also individual, distinct and fitting ( with the brief exception only of the Poseidon twins, whose English Cockney to this Brit's ears sounds more like a poor imitation of New York gangsters). His pace followed the action and the whole was a superb performance.

My thanks to the rights holder of Chase Baker and the Da Vinci Divinity for gifting me my copy, via Audiobook Boom. I have followed this exciting and humerous series almost since the beginning. Each book is completely stand alone and very enjoyable but I think that this is one of my favourites.

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