Read by Scott Brick
Scott Brick performs Landon's books. Scott has recorded over 1,000 audiobooks and has been inducted into the Narrator Hall of Fame.
For more information about Scott, visit: scottbrick.net.
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Here is a preview of Scott reading The Wreck.
The Real Book Spy Reviews The Wreck Audiobook
Here is some of what The Real Book Spy had to say about The Wreck :
"Landon Beach’s The Wreck comes to life with a brand new audiobook narration done by legendary voice actor Scott Brick.
Beach delivers another page-turning thriller that should appeal to fans of Clive Cussler’s many series. Written with vivid details that help bring the beautiful sand-soaked setting to life, one can almost hear the sound of the waves crashing ashore and the squawk of the seagulls coming from above. Likewise, Beach’s attention to detail is evident here, as he meticulously explains the art of treasure hunting and scuba diving, but without sacrificing pacing—which is quick and steady.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect summer novel or an all-out, thrilling, can’t-stop-reading-for-a-second adventure, Landon Beach’s The Wreck is a perfect option for those in search of a fun and entertaining listening experience."
AudioFile Magazine reviews The Wreck Audiobook
Here is part of what they had to say:
"Listeners who like mysteries tinged with adventure and colorful characters are in for a treat. Scott Brick's performance is everything you'd expect from a narrator at the top of his game."
Brian's Book Blog reviews The Wreck Audiobook
Here is part of what he had to say:
"A Fantastic Debut Novel. 5 out of 5 stars. Nate was one of the main characters and he was extremely well written out. From almost the first page I knew that I liked him. Then throw in Hutch who is that damaged guy that you end up falling in love with and you have a fantastic set of characters. And that’s leaving out Brooke and Lucille who were also exactly the characters they needed to be for this story to work.
The kicker is that this takes place in the Great Lakes and not in the Caribbean...but having it take place in places I’ve been or at least know where they are on a map brings this one home for me...the story itself was really enjoyable. Fast-paced when it needed to be and slow and steady when the pacing required it. I’m shocked that this is a debut novel. It has the chops of a seasoned author who’s written countless novels. Landon Beach is a name you should watch out for. And a name that I’ll be looking for from now on. I can’t wait to get into his next book – The Sail (also narrated by Scott Brick)."
The Real Book Spy Interviews Scott Brick about The Sail
Here is what Scott had to say about working with Landon:
"It’s always nice to hear from people who know and value your work, but especially so when they’re proactive authors like Landon who really understand what can be done through audio storytelling. He’s inventive, he’s clever, he’s original, and he has a burning passion to educate people through his fiction about a subject that’s near and dear to his heart. And yes, I do have a favorite of his, but my thinking on this clearly mirrors his: as he says, The Cabin is his best novel, but The Sail is a sentimental favorite, as it hits home on such an emotional level."
The Real Book Spy Reviews The Sail Audiobook
Here is some of what The Real Book Spy had to say about The Sail :
"Landon Beach proves yet again why he’s one of the freshest literary voices on the thriller scene, mixing a suspense-filled, Brad Parks-like plot with enough action and misdirection to satisfy all fans of the genre."
Brian's Books Blog reviews The Sail Audiobook
Here is part of what he had to say:
“Excellent With A Great Ending. 5 out of 5 stars. The Sail was the book I didn’t know I needed until I started it…and without spoiling it, it was a surprise and an intense finish. The last part of this book was an absolute sprint and some of the best action I’ve read in a long time. Overall, another great story from Landon Beach, and this definitely sets him up as one of my favorite new authors.”
Here is a preview of Scott reading The Cabin.