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Publisher's Summary

Coast Guard Master Chief Ginetti has recently passed away. He left his boat, the Undine, and its logs, to his son Charles Ginetti, who never had time to go out on the boat with his dad. The will stipulates that Charles go out on the Undine to read the logs. Charles is a Silicon Valley icon who started a business and built it up from scratch. He decides to read the logs while sailing the Undine from Santa Cruz to San Francisco to see his daughter. But Charles' lack of experience quickly lands him in trouble. Sierra Marney is a fourth generation lighthouse keeper. Her family has been tending the Pigeon Point lighthouse since 1872. She lives a solitary life at the isolated station on the windswept Northern Pacific coast. When Charles founders onto the rocks at Pigeon Point, Sierra may be the only one who can save him.
©2012 John T Kalnay (P)2013 John T Kalnay
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By Rae Ann Sines on 04-28-13

Worst Audible download in my 300+ library!

Would you try another book from J. T. Kalnay and/or Cynthia Wallace?

Don't ever select an audio book narrated by Cynthia Wallace! At first I though my listening device was set a a slower speed because her voice was slow and draggy. Her slow, sing-song voice made this audible listen the worst I have ever struggled through. Then there was Wallace's total lack of ability to change voices for different characters. She made the female lead character sound like an old man. I kept on thinking that even I could do so much better. Don't even get me started on the story line. It was so ridiculous! I would avoid this author too. I would love to get my money back on this one.

What could J. T. Kalnay have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Less ridiculous story line!

Would you be willing to try another one of Cynthia Wallace’s performances?

Never!

What character would you cut from The Point?

The whole book was trash once it took a turn down to never-never land.

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