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The Sam Reilly Collection

By: Christopher Cartwright
Narrated by: David Gilmore
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Summary

This collection contains three best-selling Sam Reilly novels by the new master of action and adventure, Christopher Cartwright.

The Last Airship: In 1939, a secret airship departed Nazi Germany in the dark of night filled with some of the most influential people of its time. Its cargo: a complement of rich Jewish families carrying their most valuable possessions. One such item among them was as dangerous as it was priceless. The airship never reached its destination.

In 2015, Sam Reilly, a marine biologist and wealthy son of shipping mogul James Reilly, discovers a missing clue about the lost airship and what follows is a violent treasure hunt kept secret by the most powerful men in the world today, driven by their greed and need for that which all are motivated: the opportunity for unlimited power.

The Mahogany Ship: An ancient shipwreck. A two hundred year old mystery. A plague that’s destroying all marine life. A pyramid half a mile below the sea. And a puzzle that must be solved before it destroys the human race. On the 18th of February, 1812, the Emily Rose became shipwrecked on the southern coast of Australia. The survivors are forced to walk nearly 1,000 miles through the unexplored land to reach the only settlement Sydney Cove.

Nearly 200 miles inland, they come across the remains of a monstrous ship, far bigger than anything the British Navy had ever constructed. Through basic communication achieved with the natives, they learned that the ship had been there for a very long time, maybe 1,000 years. Despite the details of the mysterious ship in the journals from the survivors of the Emily Rose, no evidence that the mahogany ship ever existed was found - until now.

A mining exploration in Australia takes a core sample 500 feet below the surface of a deserted mountain. The sample returns no evidence of gold deposits but something much more valuable - a single Spanish gold coin dated 1518. Could the origins of this coin finally reveal the existence of the fabled mahogany ship?

Atlantis Stolen: A civilization stolen from the history books. A billionaire’s obsession to unlock its secrets. A brotherhood determined to hide the truth. And time is running out. Only a handful of people know what destroyed the ancient Atlanteans, whose very existence is a secret that they will kill to protect. Unfortunately, the very same catastrophe that destroyed that once proud civilization is drawing near once more. The question is, can marine biologist Sam Reilly discover the truth in time to prevent it?

©2015 Christopher Cartwright (P)2018 Christopher Cartwright

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In the style of writers like H. Rider Haggard :)

I love these books.

To me, the style these books are written in is reminiscent of the old style adventure novelists like H. Rider Haggard - who wrote King Solomons Mines and its sequel plus many other novels.

The author kindly gave me a free copy of book three and I was only halfway through listening to it when I knew I had to stop and read the first two before I finished it and was very happy to find this compilation.

If you want an adventure story that is just that without the gory bits that often are added to modern novels just to colour it but don't actually add to the story.

I have now listened to all six available on Audible and am sad the rest of the series so far is not available via Audible. I hope they read this review and consider adding them as listening via Kindle is just not the same.



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possibly good book spoiled by narration

first book I've given up on. Not sure how story would progress but couldn't listen to the narration any longer. Very stinted and terrible attempts at German accents. Sounded more Irish/ Scottish at times. just removed from device.

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Rubbish

If Barbera Cartland had taken prose tips from Dan Brown and tried to write a thriller

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Shocking

Shockingly bad. Has to be the worst narration I have ever heard. do not buy.

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Remember to sample

Reasonable stories if far fetched but I’m totally put off by the narrator. His attempts at accents are awful and he always voices statements as questions.

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Narrator ruins it

Had to stop listening as got tired of the narrator trying for a German accent and sounding Irish instead. Maybe a good story but I don’t know

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Good Adventure

Just finished the last airship, enjoyed it.
Already queueing up the rest of the series with my spare credits.
3 Decent length books for the price of one credit is something I cant really ignore which means ill have nearly the entire series within 6 months now so happy with that. I wish more authors did multi book releases like this.

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not sure what to make of it

was given this series by the author for free

not bad story and seemed a little intriguing but the narration is not good and takes away from it.

the characters are not very strong, all the men are millionaires and highly trained the women are all stunners and highly intelligent. its trying to be modern day Indiana but it just doesn't live up to it. ill give the second set ago but sorry it just doesn't seem like its for me which is a shame because the idea of it was good

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Death defying deeds

I was gifted this set of books via a FaceBook post and am grateful to the author for allowing me the chance to experience the Sam Reilly adventures.
This set moves along at breakneck speed. Although the scope of the story is intriguing, imaginative, and large, some of the technical descriptions felt a little intrusive as if the author felt the need to cram in every piece of research or real-world knowledge they had at their disposal. I also lost my orientation at times as the narrative jumped between locations mid-chapter, and named characters just appeared as if the listener should know who they were. For me, the narrator didn't help, as I didn't warm to his voice. I will revisit this world again as the story itself is so intriguing.

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Gripping

I loved these books, totally gripping and couldn't stop listening. Got to listening to more

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