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The Resurrection Key

Wilde/Chase, Book 15
Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble
Length: 16 hrs and 47 mins
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In the most thrilling instalment in the explosive Wilde and Chase series, the intrepid pair must race against time before a deadly power is unleashed on the world.... 

World-famous archaeologist Nina Wilde and her husband, ex-SAS solder Eddie Chase, think they have left their days of dangerous adventures behind. At home with desk jobs and daily routines, they are just like any other family. However, when an ancient and astonishing civilisation buried deep in the Antarctic ice is woken, Nina and Eddie must confront the gravest threat they've ever faced. 

Travelling from New York to New Zealand, from the cities of Europe to the outback of Australia, they must try to understand the formidable power that has been unleashed. But pursued by shadowy mercenaries and sinister government spies, the clock is ticking before the entire planet is in peril....

©2019 Andy McDermott (P)2019 Headline Publishing Group Ltd

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Great

Love the books great story’s Eddie is a crack up love his humour Nina and Eddie are a great team working together Ray

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Why Oh Why is Gareth Armstrong not narrating this

All the previous Wild/Chase books I have listened to have been voiced by Gareth Armstrong who is fantastic at giving voice to Characters of both sexes and including doing Eddies Strong Yorkshire accent, as a born and bred yorkshireman it is a great impression of the regions accent.

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  • Don
  • 29-01-2020

Avoid!

Voice actor is abysmal worse then kittens on chalkboard. While the series has taken a negative direction and in my opinion should have stopped at the last book. I was willing to try it again because I like all of the other books in this collection. However the time gap that occurs, along with the new paths many of the characters taken was just much. I had to stop in the second chapter. Done. Trash. Delete.

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  • Christopher Brown
  • 28-01-2020

Great as usual

Love these books, but the narrator just seemed to miss on his attempts at characters voices. I can't recall if he has been the performer for other McDermott books but it definitely took me out of the story. Overall a typical fun Andy McDermott novel but with questionable narration choices

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-11-2019

Bed narration

This is the first book by A.M. that was to painful to listen to. I made it to the end of the first chapter! Never thought I would return a book from one of my favorite authors.

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  • Chris
  • 01-11-2019

Action Packed

I hope that Andy keeps writing these books, they just keep getting better and better. This book has a bit of everything in it, nice to see Macey in this book she is growing up. I just hope Eddie can keep up. Fast paced full of the action these two are famous for.
Plus the new narrator did a great job maybe the Aussie accent needs some work .

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  • Ron A. Parsons
  • 08-10-2019

Ending makes a futile story

It doesn’t serve readers well to have the story end with the good Ancients ending up back where they were when the story began.



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  • Richard S. Swol
  • 05-10-2019

Eddie and Nina need to save the world again

A couple years have passed since the last novel and now another mystery pulls them into an even larger and more dangerous adventure. An object has been found frozen in an iceberg off of Antarctica. Danger follows danger as Eddie and Nina, with daughter Macy in tow, literally fight to save the human race.

This book is over the top adventure with a cast that we've come to love. They may be a bit older, but they still live up to the name of Wilde Chase.

Love the book and could not recommend it more.

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  • 28-10-2019

Great ridiculous fun as always

I have loved every book. No matter how ridiculous the plots or near escapes. Nina , eddie and now Macie ate my escapism heroes.

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  • James Whiteley
  • 22-05-2020

Ancient wonder and action packed

This is my first listen to an Andy McDermott book and I wasn’t disappointed! I realised that this is the most recent book from a long series but to be honest that didn’t detract from the tale. Of course there were some references to previous adventures but that didn’t impact my ability to follow the story but it has encouraged me to listen to others in the series - although you can’t start from the very beginning because not all the books have been turned into audio books, which is annoying. The story has plenty of fast paced action and there weren’t really any slow or boring parts and you jump right into the fray even in the first chapter. The narrator is skilled and was able to bring each characters to life, even if a few accents were a little off, occasionally. He also helped build tension and really went for it during the wild action scenes which keeps you in the edge of your seat. There’s some humour throughout and I find Eddie’s dry sarcasm hilarious! There is plenty of swearing and some graphic descriptions of violence so this is not a book for children but the realism is appropriate for the intended audience. The fact that the whole story runs for over 16 hours meant that this audio book lasted quite a while but I wanted to keep listening as I was hooked early on and there’s plenty of “how will they get out of this one” moments to keep you going. Yes there are a few plot holes and some unrealistic moments but there was still enough intrigue to make you want to see how the story unfolds and if you just take it as a work of fiction you can enjoy it and go on a roller coaster of a ride! I did find the ending a bit of an anticlimax and a little rushed but the action kept going, even in the last 10 minutes which made me wonder how on earth the story would be brought to a close. I definitely recommend this book and will be downloading previous books in the series. If you enjoy authors like Matthew Reilly then you’ll love this. “India Jones” with a bit of “Mission Impossible” plus a good dose of “Independence Day”!