The Alexandria Link

The Alexandria Link

A Novel

Audiobook CD - 2007
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A retired operative for the U.S. State Department is leading his perfect life of owning a rare-book shop in Copenhagen when his son is kidnapped from the home of his ex-wife. The kidnappers want him to find, and turn over to them, the lost library of Alexandria in exchange for his son.
Publisher: New York : Random House Audio, p2007
ISBN: 9780739342305
Branch Call Number: FIC Berry
Characteristics: 14 sound discs (ca. 17 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Brick, Scott


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Sep 15, 2014

Incredible. By this I mean "not credible". A poor imitation of the Dan Brown formula. The story-line is way over the top. And drawn out. And boring. Even the good guys are unlikeable. Add to that a lot of uninteresting dialog. For example, there's a tedious dialog segment about the amount of salt on packaged peanuts, and whether there's a difference between whole peanuts and split peanuts. I'm not making this up. There's 14 CD's. I popped one in after another, kept hoping after each CD it would get better. After the 13th I could see the story was going nowhere of interest to me. I tossed in the towel, didn't even listen to the final CD. Not recommended.

Mar 03, 2013

Not as good as The Templar Legacy, a bit drawn out I thought. Also difficult to follow at times, I hope the next one in the series is better.

Jul 06, 2010

I liked it. 7 of 10 for me.

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