The Dakota Cipher

CD - unabridged
Audio (10 discs)
Product Number: CB857
Released: May 01, 2009
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780061719509
Narrator/s: William Dufris
Publisher: Harper Audio
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A??The Dakota Cipher is a supple, elegant thriller that carries the reader triumphantly from one exciting climax to the next.A?A??Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Jefferson Key Ethan Gage is a fearless adventurer who has crossed paths (and, sometimes, swords) with the likes of Napoleon Bonaparte and Benjamin FranklinA??and whose unabashed derring do puts even Indiana Jones to shame. Now Gage is back for a third time in William DietrichA??s The Dakota Cipher, an ingenious page-turner that carries our hero to the American wilderness in search of an almost unthinkably powerful ancient artifact. No stranger to thrilling action himself, New York Times bestseller James Rollins, author of Black Order, The Last Oracle, and Altar of Eden, is a dedicated fan of DietrichA??s Ethan Gage novels, and proclaims that, A??The Dakota Cipher should be read by anyone who loves adventure at its grandest.A?

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Author(s): William Dietrich
Narrator(s): William Dufris
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Product Number Z100030490
Released: Mar 24, 2009
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: HarperAudio
ISBN: #9780061805509

Professional reviews

"When an author doesn't take himself entirely seriously, the narrator shouldn't try to add false gravity. William Dufris doesn't. He gives his reading a bit of a lilt, almost as if he and main character Ethan Gage are in on a joke. At the same time, though, he doesn't slip into caricature. And no matter how improbable this adventure yarn might be, Dufris carries the reading along in an appropriate tone. The plot overlays historical events and people with the exploits of a fictional American expatriate. In this installment, he heads to the Dakotas on a survey mission for Napoleon while also searching for an ancient Norse relic. The only weakness to Dufris's reading is some of his foreign accents. But that's a small price to pay for a rollicking good time. R.C.G. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"