• by Brendan Guy Alimo
  • Narrated by Brendan Guy Alimo
  • 9 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There will be a bloodbath in the jungle...But whose blood?
Lone Special Forces Warrior, Ignatius Tapp, must use the Amazon's deadly insects and poisons to protect the last stone-age Cannibal tribe from annihilation. A 50-man KGB Assassination Unit is bent on stealing America's stealthiest Cruise Missile lost in the jungle.
The story that launched a Hollywood Movie career and turned its author into a real life spy, like Curare poison, Cruise takes your breath away!


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Customer Reviews

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What a piece of trash

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Maybe staying with one storyline, maybe making some sort of sense, the summary is different then the actual main body, there is no hope to make it a 4 or 5.

What could Brendan Guy Alimo have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

He could have read a different book. the performance was fine, I enjoy the English accent.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

It was the story and not the narrator.

What character would you cut from Cruise?

I wasn't able to follow the book, I listened to first part and was so confused I ended up deleting it from my library. This book should be cut.

Any additional comments?

I wasn't able to follow the story line because it kept jumping from story to story, not chapter to chapter, it went from the timeline to timeline as well, at one point there was even a sea monster involved, it was horrible, I did not even finish the book it was so bad, I drive a truck and listening to the wind blow through a half opened window was more relaxing then this pile of crap. AVOID

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- Mike "I drive a truck so I listen to a lot of books."

Very disappointed

OK, maybe a matter of taste, but, I found the sound effects overwhelmed the story. It was more a stage play than a reading. Trying to move beyond that, I didn't find any interesting characters and the story was boring. The author, who should have had someone else read the book, couldn't even make the exciting parts exciting. I gave up after wading through part 1. I'm very sorry I selected this one.
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- SFPilot "SFPilot"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-19-2004
  • Publisher: Timberwolf Press