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Although Ursa is small, under armed and frustratingly slow, she succeeds, on her 17th Mediterranean cruise, in sinking a German tank-transporter.
That triumph puts Mike at the top of the league - he has now sunk more tonnage than any of his contemporaries. Promotion to Lieutenant-Commander, at the age of 28, is now on the cards. All he has to do is adhere to two rules: to stay alive and to keep his nose clean.
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- David Middleton
Slower than the M25
As a fan of military stories I came to this with great anticipation.
However the combination of the slow story, especially the second half and very poor voices, spoiled this.
I also noticed that this was the authors last book after many years of writing in the genre, perhaps he was running out of plot lines
1 person found this helpful
- MR P FRIER
worse narrator really good narator
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
a really good narrator would possibly make it worth listening to, i couldn't finish the book as the narrator was so bad.
What will your next listen be?
i don't now yet, the above book might be ok with another narrator
How did the narrator detract from the book?
What character would you cut from Submariner?
characters were not the problem
Any additional comments?
A good listen
This was a good listen, looking forward to the next title by Alexander Fullerton. Would recommend to everyone.
Awful not even a shadow of douglas Reeman
Not readable. Poor audio presentation, awkard pausing and phrasing. A wasted credit.
Had hoped for something akin to Douglas Reeman's excellent naval stories.
5 people found this helpful
This one was average.
2 people found this helpful
- Ham Radio Guy
maybe good story, the narrator not good
the cadence and accent of this narrator make this book a lot of work to listen to. what should have been a smooth easy flowing writing style by the author is turned into and agonizing gate of words that requires too much effort to listen to and interpret to be able to enjoy.