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The Lost Order Audiobook

The Lost Order: Cotton Malone, Book 12

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Publisher's Summary

The Knights of the Golden Circle was the largest and most dangerous clandestine organization in American history. It amassed billions in stolen gold and silver, all buried in hidden caches across the United States. Since 1865 treasure hunters have searched, but little of that immense wealth has ever been found.

Now, 160 years later, two factions of what remains of the Knights of the Golden Circle want that lost treasure - one to spend it for their own ends, the other to preserve it. Thrust into this battle is former Justice Department agent Cotton Malone, whose connection to the knights is far deeper than he ever imagined. At the center is the Smithsonian Institution - linked to the knights, its treasure, and Malone himself through an ancestor, a Confederate spy named Angus "Cotton" Adams, whose story holds the key to everything. Complicating matters are the political ambitions of a reckless Speaker of the House and the bitter widow of a United States senator who together are planning radical changes to the country. And while Malone and Cassiopeia Vitt face the past, ex-president Danny Daniels and Stephanie Nelle confront a new and unexpected challenge, a threat that may cost one of them their life.

From the backrooms of the Smithsonian to the deepest woods in rural Arkansas and finally up into the rugged mountains of Northern New Mexico, The Lost Order is a perilous adventure into the dark past of the United States and a potentially even darker future.

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©2017 Steve Berry (P)2017 Macmillan Audio

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    Salter 23/04/2017
    Salter 23/04/2017

    ....always listening...

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    Another very enjoyable Cotton Malone adventure. This time he's on the hunt for lost Confederate gold, but unsurprisingly so are a few others...
    Great to see Danny Daniels get more of a starring role in this story - he really is a great character.
    The Lost Order can be enjoyed as a standalone novel, however you would benefit from having knowledge of the various character relationships which have grown in the earlier books of the Malone series.
    Another flawless performance from Scott Brick. I'm already looking forward to the next Malone instalment!

    This is highly recommended - a thoroughly great enjoyable dash across the US, with plenty of action and intrigue.

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    Amazon Customer 25/04/2017 Member Since 2017
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    "Fantastic"

    A ripping yarn from the pen of Berry, gloriously read by the voice of Brick!

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    Vyonne Co. Kilkenny, Ireland 22/05/2017
    Vyonne Co. Kilkenny, Ireland 22/05/2017 Member Since 2012
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    "Weak story and hate the narroting by the author"
    Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

    Not really, irritating that after each chapter the author comes in with comments, sorry Mr Berry but hate it!! annoying and distrating and take away from the enjoyment of the book so much so I am going to return it. Had I known I would not have picked this book, we were unfortunately not allowed to download the previous book as apperently we would have known. I love the Cotton Malone books we have all of them, but will not be taken them without hesitation any more.<br/><br/>I two starred the narrating this is not due to Scott Brick (Hegets 5 from me) but the authors stuff inbetween.<br/><br/>The story is not great either, but I am thinking if this is because of the narrating in between or it is not good.<br/><br/>Make up your own mind on this but for me nah not a listen I recommend.


    What will your next listen be?

    Maxwell and King by David Baldacci


    Would you be willing to try another one of Scott Brick’s performances?

    Yes love Scott Brick he would get 5 stars from me


    Could you see The Lost Order being made into a movie or a TV series? Who would the stars be?

    nope


    Any additional comments?

    enough said, sorry but very dissapointing.

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Christine 21/05/2017
    Christine 21/05/2017
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    "Authors ego ruins the narration"
    Would you try another book written by Steve Berry or narrated by Scott Brick?

    Yes


    What other book might you compare The Lost Order to, and why?

    None


    Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Scott Brick?

    He's perfect


    If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Lost Order?

    All of the authors interruptions


    Any additional comments?

    Steve Berry is a tremendous author and I've listened to all his books but this time it was RUINED by his constant interruption of the excellent narration to<br/>give 'background' or 'explanations'. He seemed to want to impress with the extent if his knowledge. I for one like to lose myself in a book and become completely absorbed in the story. I found the authors interruptions at every chapter jarring. Audible needs to offer a version WITHOUT his contributions. I liked the explanations he always added at the end of his books stick to that Steve and let Scott's narration transport us into the world of Malone.

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