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Super story as usual Mr Cussler tells it well and with lots of background information woven in and is essential to the storyline. I liked it.
Scott Brick's reading was flawless as always. Simple and exciting, throughly enjoyable listening. The best Clive Cussler for a while.
STORY (fiction) - This book was okay, but I never felt compelled to continue listening. I enjoyed the bits of Mayan history and the exploration/excavation portions. Beyond that, the books is about a husband and wife who are trying to keep Mayan artifacts from falling into the wrong hands. There are some scenes that could possibly qualify to some listeners as exciting, but I would definitely not say there is anything mysterious or thrilling about this book.
PERFORMANCE - Scott Brick is awesome as always.
OVERALL - No sex or cursing, with some mild violence. This is Book 5 in the series, but the story stands alone. This is the first Fargo Adventure I've listened to and it would be my last, however I have another one already sitting in my library.
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If you could sum up The Mayan Secrets in three words, what would they be?
Exciting, reviting, unpredictible.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
You never know what going to happen in the next chapter. The adventure changes and keeps you wanting more.
What about Scott Brick’s performance did you like?
I really like Brick's performance. The way he reads the book makes you feel you are right with him, seeing the story as though you are there.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Sam got his friends to help the people of the village.
Any additional comments?
I hope Custer writes another Fargo book soon.
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