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[E–pub/E–book] (Lost Empire) author Clive Cussler

UptThe whole book left feeling both bored and COVERED IN A THIN COATING OF ICK ALSO IS in a coating of ick Also is underwritten by Apple computers So much product placementCussler s books fly off the shelves in the library But I am delighted to be finished and can t see myself reading another one It was the discovery of an 80lb ship s bell off the coast of Tanzania that started Sam and Remi Fargo s next adventure From Tanzania to Zanzibar Madagascar and Indonesia their journey was spell binding but fraught with danger Dogged by mercenaries who were also determined to keep the secrets Sam and Remi were set to unfold keeping one step ahead of them was a challenge they could have done without Lost Empire by Clive Cussler is the 2nd in the Sam Remi Fargo Adventures series and I thoroughly enjoyed it It was a fun and entertaining read with plenty of action and fast paced adventure As I ve owned it since 2010 I m happy to be able to remove it from my TBR Highly recommended. At could destroy the party utterly Through Tanzania and Zanzibar into the rainforests of Madagascar and across

*the indian ocean *
Indian Ocean Indonesia and the site of the 1883 Krakatoa explosion the Fargos and their ruthless opponents pursue the hunt but only one can win And the penalty for failure is dea. ,

Lost EmpireS books and if i hadnt read about 30 of them over the 35 years i might have liked this oneThe other the past 35 years i might have liked this oneThe other of the coin is that i have found many talented writers and interesting books lately and this seems to pale So this could be the last Cussler i read but i will say this about Clive Cussler He entertained me very well for a long time All things must pass and on we ol Read this one for love My husband thought I d enjoy the storyline and setting And I did the historical mystery was fun But the writing The portrayals of the characters were cartoonish and ugly The Fargos are completely unbelievable as a wealthy couple in their mid 30s Their depth of skill and experience definitely makes them older and Cussler never establishes any plausible motivation for them etting involved in so much violence in pursuit of the bell The African and Mexican characters are cardboard and just racist really I am third world therefore I am megalomaniacal and corr. Rom a long lost Confederate ship An anomaly about the relic sets them off chasing a mystery but unknown to them a much powerful force is engaged in the same chase Mexico s ruling party the ultranationalist Mexica Tenochca is intent on finding same chase Mexico s ruling party the ultranationalist Mexica Tenochca is intent on finding artifact as well because it contains a secret th.

Characters Lost Empire

Sam and Remi Fargo are vacationing off the eastern coast of Africa when they discover something that may prove that the Aztecs originated over in that direction A Mexican Aztec centered political party wants this evidence first and they Send A Hitman After The This a hitman after the Fargos This very much an action book There are long fight seuences and I was unsure exactly what the Fargos wanted to do document a nineteenth century adventurer s life find the bell find the ship send Aztec historical research in a new direction for much of the book It was okay and provided a lot of interesting information but I probably wouldn t read it again I uess i am slowly losing it for Cussler s books So many different verisons of Cussler and it seems to have watered down the brand at least for me I liked the book but it was just ok Too many times i found myself skimming as the words just didnt seem as if i needed to read them And the truth is i didn t Same formula as most of hi. With Spartan Gold Clive Cussler introduced husband and wife treasure hunting team Sam and Remi Fargo In their electrifying new adventure the Fargos make a startling discovery that others would kill to keep hidden While scuba diving Off The Coast Of the coast of Sam and Remi Fargo come upon a relic

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