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Dark Voyage

Horror and Mystery on the Arctic Seas (Tales from the Dark Past, Book 1)
Narrated by: Edison McDaniels
Series: Tales from the Dark Past, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
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Summary

Something terrible is on board Lady Balgay.

In 1914, fear and paranoia rule the high seas. Iain Cosgrove sets sail for a research trip aboard the last of Dundee’s once-grand sealing fleet. 

Fueled by rum and the eerie tales of the crew, they obsess over ancient superstitions, which Iain dismisses as simple lore...until they reach the frigid Arctic seas. 

Soon, Iain begins to question his beliefs. But none of them are prepared for what they are about face in the frigid, dark waters of the north.

©2016 Helen Susan Swift (P)2019 Helen Susan Swift

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narrative just too much.

I am sure the story would be fabulous but I cant get passed cheaper 2 with the awful reading. Accents are ,in places so hard to decipher. Hard work to listen very disappointing.

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Worst narration ever

It’s absolutely ridiculous that they couldn’t find a Scottish narrator. It’s impossible to listen to the story because the whole way through i was cringing at the insulting attempt at a Scottish accent from the American narrator, whose own voice is so monotonously boring it’s impossible to pay attention. Do not buy this on audible. I can’t comment on the actual book, as I wasn’t able to listen.

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