The Emerald Storm

CD - unabridged
Audio (9 discs)
Product Number: DD10401
Released: Oct 02, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781611207293
Narrator/s: John Pruden
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In the fifth installment of master storyteller William Dietrich' s bestselling adventure series, the swashbuckling, battle-scarred hero Ethan Gage must race from the slopes of the Alps to the sultry tropics of the Caribbean to pursue a mysterious Spanish treasure as the fate of England-- and of the world' s first successful slave revolt-- hang desperately in the balance. The Emerald Storm is the action-packed historical masterpiece that Ethan Gage fans have long awaited. Fans of the Indiana Jones adventures, the Sharpe' s Rifles series, and the thrilling works of James Rollins, who himself calls Dietrich' s writing " adventure at its grandest," will find The Emerald Storm a satisfying, sword-in-hand romp through history-- and new readers will discover it as the perfect introduction to the breathtaking Ethan Gage Adventures.


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The Emerald Storm
Product Number: BX00045757
Product Number:DD10401
Product Number:Z100100963

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Author(s): William Dietrich
Narrator(s): John Pruden
Product Number Z100100963
Released: Aug 10, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781611207309

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"Nineteenth-century swashbuckler Ethan Gage, now married with a child, finds himself neck-deep in danger in the Caribbean as he searches for Montezuma's treasure. Performed with gusto and good-natured insouciance by John Pruden, characters are exactly right: larger than life and sizzling with passion. But for all his bawdy behavior and lustful longings, Gage is a technological conservative. Pruden makes Gage's scorn palpable whenever a new invention is mentioned. (He dismisses air travel as improbable--even after a hair-raising escape in a glider.) Gage switches allegiances as needed, alternately working for British agents, French criminals, and greedy Americans, AND assisting a black slave revolt. Pruden's stellar performance and Gage's offhand references to previous spine-tingling escapades will have new fans scrambling to find the earlier books in the series. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"