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Publisher's Summary

A power that could destroy the world
A prize that men will kill to possess
Juan Cabrillo must find it first....
Two opposing groups seek a 50,000-year-old radioactive meteorite known as the Sacred Stone. Muslim extremists have stolen a nuclear device and need the stone to give them the power to vaporize any city in the west. A megalomaniacal industrialist leads a group seeking to carry out the utter annihilation of Islam itself. And caught between the two militant factions is Juan Cabrillo and his crew, who must do whatever they can to stop the impending doom....
©2008 Clive Cussler and Craig Dirgo (P)2016 Penguin Audio
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2 out of 5 stars
By Myrna Kay Wildschuetz on 05-17-16

Poor Narration

What would have made Sacred Stone better?

A different narrator would have enhanced this listening experience. Scott Brick is so much better. I would have ennjoyed this book if he had been the narrator.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Some words were mispronounced. Vocal inflection was very distracting.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Clive Cussler is my favorite author. His stories are always a good read.

Any additional comments?

Scott Brick is so much better. His narration would have made this a good listen.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Chris on 08-09-16


I've read most every Cussler book and listened to his audible versions for the last five years or so. The Oregon Files series being the most exciting to me. How this version got past quality control is beyond me. It's as if they contractually had to release an audible version and gave us a purposely stilted and poorly performed book as an F You to some lawyer some where. Even if the producer or editor were inept I can't believe the narrator agreed to continue. To me this would be a career ender. The story is cheesy and full of cliches like most C.C.'s books but my God, the delivery. Aghhh!

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