The Delphinus Chronicles

  • by R.G. Roane
  • Narrated by Helen Lisanti
  • 7 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Students at a small college in Southern California program their supercomputer to learn language, but the school is adjacent to an aquatic amusement park and the computer mistakenly learns to communicate with the world's dolphin population. The dolphins ultimately reveal explosive information about the true origins of mankind, which falls into the wrong hands and sets off a chain of events that threatens to unravel society as we know it.


What the Critics Say

"You want to rush to the end to see what happens, yet find yourself slowing down to savor the artful storytelling." (San Diego Daily Transcript)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Awful Narration

The story was interesting, but the narration awful. It sounded like someone reading a fairystory for children, and I couldn't help wondering why everybody seemed to have either a welsh or cockney accent. The music and sound effect wiped out the narration in places. Can't understand the choice of Narrator.
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- Janet

dont bother

1. the plot is an an insult to the intelligence...
2. the sound effects both overpower and detract from the narrative....
3. wish I could get a refund...
4. the worst audiobook so far... the only plus was that it taught me to be more selective in my future downloads...
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- AB

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-28-2006
  • Publisher: Cherry Hill Publishing