Regular price: $28.00
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $28.00
Great narration by Scott Brick. Clive Cussler did it again. I really enjoy his books because of the excitement from beginning to end. He is definitely my favorite author. I can hardly wait til next book comes out. I love when Juan Cabrillo turned the tide and the antagonist received his just reward. While reading or listening to Clive Cussler's books you are sure to expect clean decent stories that are not padded with sexual content or cussing or obscene language. Thanks Mr. Cussler.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This is book ten in the Oregon series. I saw an ad for book eleven in the series and discovered I had missed reading book ten. It has been awhile since I read a Cussler book.
This book follows the Cussler tradition of non-stop action. The characters no sooner get out of one predicament than they plunge into another. In this story the book opens in 1902 with the eruption of Mt. Pelé on Martinique then switches to modern times. Lawrence Kensit is attempting to take over the world. Admiral Dayana Ruiz of the Venezuelan Navy is helping him and of course the crew of the Oregon is out to stop both of them.
The book is well written and has all the high tech wizardry that I like about the series. I did notice the style of writing was different and saw there was a change in co-authors from Jack DuBral to Boyd Morrison. Scott Brick preformed his usual excellent job narrating the story. Brick is known as one of the golden voices of audiobook narration. He has won over 50 Earphone Awards and two Audie Awards. Some of his recent awards are the 2016 Best Voice in Science Fiction, 2011 Best Voice in Mystery and Suspense, 2010 Best Voice in Biography and the 2008 Best Voice in Science Fiction. He has also won awards for acting.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Juan Cabrillo never fails to excite and get get the job done! For anyone who enjoys adventure when the pressure is on, the Oregon stories will be right up your street! Full of capers that are against the clock, people who are one step ahead of Juans team. The route he takes to stop them always have you at the edge of your seat in almost impossible circumstances. Excellent book, I can't wait till the next one is released!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Scott Brick tries his hardest to make the book exciting but it is not up to Cussler's usual standard.
The story seems quite fragmented and incoherent. The typically fanciful and enthralling storyline is missing, replaced with a poorly explained scientific surveillance tool that seems too far fetched to invest in.
It's the first time with a Cussler tale that I kept checking the countdown timer as if to speed to the end.
On the bright side there is no cringeworty cameo appearance.
keeps you entertained the entire way. Scott brick was the narrator and he is equally awesome. feels like your in their shoes
Simply cannot get enough of these highly intelligent suspense adventures. Scott Brick also always impresses and doesn't slip even once for an entire 20 hours. Off to order the next adventure!