Everything was way too easy for the Fargos during this adventure. In the beginning of their adventure the Fargos conveniently meet Tib The Tombs by Clive Cussler is the fourth book in the series depicting adventures of Sam and Remi Fargo, a couple of millionaires who enjoy archeology and treasure hunting. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!
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Cussler, it had been nice knowing you. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: But they have no idea that their discoveries will set them on a hunt for a prize beyond all imagination. Some paranoid conspiracy-theorist part of me wants to believe that this "novel" was sponsored by TV execs, as a way of discouraging people from reading. They flow from side to side, picking up with whoever is in power and stamping down on anyone eebook them.
I knew nothing about Sam and Remi Fargo, but the cover blurb hit all the right notes - archaeologist. To ask other readers questions cusler The Tombsplease sign up. The bestselling grandmaster of adventure, Clive Cussler, has thrilled millions of readers with his gripping, fast-paced stories of tye, action and conspiracy. I became fascinated by the history of Attila the Hun.
We are experiencing technical difficulties. We appreciate your gombs. I guess what im trying to say is that it "jumped" along instead of a nice action, suspense pace that we all are used to.
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It's familiar and enjoyable - a fast-paced, easy read that 'feels' authentic in terms of history and technique. Many thanks to their original creators. Full of amazing escapes, struggles with villains' criminal minds, and the usual fun of watching the good guys come out on top, no matter what the opposition throws at them!
And in rushing to join him, the husband and wife team are thrown into their most daring quest to date. Only to have a few of those jewels, gold would be nice also. Oct 01, Jeffrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: It only gets better towards the end.
Read it Forward Read it first. But, this book just seemed to "simple".
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It sped through each little Fargo thf, but dragged on with facts about Attila the Hun and other useless information.
Great storyline and interesting read from start to finish. Sep 10, Gevera Bert rated it it was ok.
The professor is kidnapped. Each week, our editors select the th author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. The story is a fun one, built around a globe-trotting race to discover a series of treasures buried by Atilla the Hun, all leading to the final resting place of his own jewel-filled golden coffin. It's the Fargos versus a crooked Hungarian mobster and his Russian hired gun, with special appearances by local law enforcement and historical antiquities authorities.
Especially when they had already committed to being there. Although I can't believe Sam was so slack about her security that he wasn't paying attention. Could I be related to him too? Nice bit of credit giving at the end. Enough that we know what Professor Fischer discovered in that field in Hungary and why it is so important to keep it quiet.
They are tojbs the only ones hunting for the High King's riches. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.