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Voyage of the Devilfish Audiobook

Voyage of the Devilfish

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Publisher's Summary

A confrontation of nuclear submarines just 200 miles off the American coast is the scenario of this riveting novel by a former U.S. Navy submarine officer. At the center of the deadly conflict are two men on a mission: one wants to find his father's killer, while the other wants to destroy Glasnost and provoke a war. The ensuing underwater chases and battles build to a stunning showdown.

©1992 Michael DiMercurio; (P)2007 Books in Motion

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    Ben Wokingham, United Kingdom 14/01/2016
    Ben Wokingham, United Kingdom 14/01/2016 Member Since 2015
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    "worst narrator ever, and I've heard some shockers"

    story was good, the narrator was terrible. really struggled to get through it because of his terrible accents

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  • Geffrey A. Warrington
    28/08/15
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    "Great submarine story"

    One of the most technically correct nuclear submarine books I have read. Good "fictional" story

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  • Brodie
    Mornington, Australia
    25/10/11
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    "Make it believable"

    When telling a tale on audio you must make it believable and that means bringing characters to life. Gene Engene somehow turns every sailor into a parody of a southern ‘hick’ and every opponent into a knuckle dragging thug. America is rich in regional accents, as is Russia but the characters in this read are come across as simpletons. The real US and Russian submarine fleets must be made up of smart, well trained and responsible people so why of why make them sound so stupid? It turns a tale woven with technical information into a comic. Michael DiMercurio should get this re-read for the book deserves better treatment.

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  • Ron
    Lecanto, FL, USA
    31/08/09
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    "worse.. narrator .. ever.."

    The book was only a three star to start with but the narrator is just horrendous. It is like listening to a bad imitation of William Shatner doing a parody of his James Kirk character. About every third word is over emphasized and his character voices are just a bad joke.
    As for the book, it is highly predictable and rife with errors. I listened but never really enjoyed the book.

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