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Publisher's Summary

From the locked archives of the Vatican to the overgrown jungles of Ethiopia, an unlikely trio begins a deadly search for the Holy Grail. Two journalists and a beautiful photographer are traveling together in a broken down Jeep while covering the 1975 Ethiopian civil war. Both men fall in love with the woman and that complicates things.
When the trio winds up lost in the jungle, in the no man's land between the fighting factions, they take cover and dig in for the night. In their hiding place, they encounter a dying man who tells them an amazing and quite unbelievable story. But for some reason - one that they grapple with for the rest of their journey - that night they believe.
The dying man is a priest who has been imprisoned for 40 years because - as he tells it - he found the Holy Grail. This night he has escaped from the prison because it was bombed during the day's fire fight. Unfortunately, the priest was hit, too, so his freedom only lasts for one short night. But it's long enough for Father Armando to describe for our journalists the location of Christ's cup from The Last Supper - and it's long enough to make them believe his story....
Thus begins their quest - a deadly adventure that pits them against the Vatican, murderous tribesmen, shadowy assassins, fanatical Coptic monks and, ultimately, against the powers of the Grail itself.
In the best Nelson DeMille tradition, The Quest takes listeners on a heart-pounding, thrilling ride, as well as to quite a few good bars in Rome. Against the backdrop of a legend that has lasted 2,000 years, and with a love affair influencing many decisions, good eventually triumphs - but at a steep price.
©2013 Nelson DeMille (P)2013 Hachette
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1 out of 5 stars
By Andy on 10-07-13

The Quest to make money

I am a true Fan of Nelson DeMille and Scott Brick and when I heard The Quest was coming out I could not wait even with the delays which made it that much sweeter. Normally I just tell my wife its “DeMille and Brick” and she knows she lost me for the duration. So when I started to listen, I was ready!! But when I fell asleep three times before the first two hours I knew this was not for me. Scott Brick could not save this book. I really was looking for a new book from DeMille since the Panther was not his best work. All I can say is save your credits for the next DeMille book as I wasted mine this time..

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2 out of 5 stars
By Dr. Meggin McIntosh on 11-19-13

Save your money for the next NEW DeMille

Wow. I'm a huge Nelson DeMille fan and this was a dud. I made it over 1/2 through the book but just couldn't continue anymore. I thought about trying the double-time option but figured I was not interested and would move on to one of the other jillions of books I've bought from Audible. Scott Brick did a fine job but as another reviewer said, even he couldn't save this.

Slow, meaningless, nothing like what we all expect from Nelson DeMille as he's been writing these last many years. This one should have stayed in a drawer, I'm sorry to say.

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