[PDF/EBOOK] The Kingdom By Clive Cussler

Summary The Kingdom

Sam and Remi Fargo return for the thrilling third adventure in the acclaimed new series In Spartan Gold and Lost Empire Clive Cussler brought readers into the world of husband and wife team Sam and Remi Fargo whose passion and instinct for treasure hunting has led to extraordinary discoveries and perilous journeys Their next adventure however might be their most astonishing yet The Fargos are used to hunting for treasure not people But then a Texas oil Um where to startI guess I ll get going by saying why I wanted to read this book in the first place If we disregard the major motivating factor of I got the book for free we must then examine my next motivation the cover I looked at it and thought how on Earth could I not want to read a book whose cover is a old timey looking dirigible bursting from an ice sheet This is going to be the best ridiculous book ever Ice sheets and fantastical flying machines Could literature get any betterI m going to answer my rhetorical uestion with a curt yes I am also going to state that my above use of literature could very well verge on blasphemy I apologize for my past selfFirst of all this book is about a very rich couple by the name of the Sam and Remi Fargo Sam and Remi are perhaps the most annoyingly perfect couple I ve ever had the misfortune to readlisten about Listening to them

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The Fargos will find themselves embroiled with black market fossils a centuries old puzzle chest the ancient Tibetan kingdom of Mustang a balloon aircraft from a century before its time and a skeleton that could turn the history of human evolution on its head Packed with the endless imagination and breathtaking suspense that are his hallmarks The Kingdom once again proves that Clive Cussler is just about the best storyteller in the business New York Po Another solid effort by this writing team History action enemies treasure hunters murder an mayhem Its all happening here Love this genre its like reading an action movie

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Baron contacts them with a personal plea an investigator friend of the Fargos' was on a mission to find the oil baron's missing father and now the investigator is missing too Would Sam and Remi be willing to look for them both Though something about the situation doesn't uite add up the Fargos agree to go on the search What they find will be beyond anything they could have imagined On a journey that will take them to Tibet Nepal Bulgaria India and China Place names are trivial It s the meaning we attach to them that counts At some point successful authors conclude they can sell books based on their name rather than the content Apparently Clive Cussler reached that point when writing this book It is the kind of fast paced Indiana Jones type action adventure readers expect from Cussler with all the technobabble and product placement appropriate to the genre I m sure Grant Blackwood is a capable person but someone should have proofread the text It is rife with howling non seuiturs of which a few are offered razed to the ground cantering slowly a sheaf of blueprints and a scientist by nature and training both in 1677 My favorite paragraph included The single engine Piper Cub Sitting on opposite sides of the aisle The engines began to wind down And that doesn t touch the logical and pl


10 thoughts on “The Kingdom

  1. says:

    It had been a while since Sam and Remi Fargo had been in Kathmandu Nepal but with a colleague missing somewhere in this vast country they were determined to do their best to find him They had their suspicions about the person who’d recruited them and as time moved forward it seemed they were rightSearching thro

  2. says:

    The third installment in the Fargo Adventures was a little bit of a disappointment and not because of the writing issues which I wrote about in my reviews for Spartan Gold and Lost Empire No in fact the writing style had gotten increasingly

  3. says:

    Um where to startI guess I'll get going by saying why I wanted to read this book in the first place If we disre

  4. says:

    Clive Cussler covers are epic Simple clean and evocative these covers for me are the kind that inspire you to buy the print version of a book even though it's expensive than the Kindle versionAnd Cussler's new no

  5. says:

    “Place names are trivial It’s the meaning we attach to them that counts”At some point successful authors conclude they can sell books based on their name rather than the content Apparently Clive Cussler reached that point when writing this book It is the kind of fast paced Indiana Jones type action adventu

  6. says:

    Of all the cussler books I have read this is by far the worst Of course it was not written by Clive Cussler His name is just the largest on the cover The actual author was Grant Blackwood and it is a spinoff of a character Cussler introduced in one of his novelsI found it very difficult to 'suspend disbelief' while reading this novel Some

  7. says:

    The Fargo series is the weakest of Cussler's franchises but still entertaining This particular one moves faster than most b

  8. says:

    Another solid effort by this writing team History action enemies treasure hunters murder an mayhem Its all happening here Love this genre its like reading an action movie

  9. says:

    I listened to this audiobook Sam and Remi Fargo are professional treasure hunters They are like Indiana Jones The book begins by setting a stage in ancient China with a sentinel traveling with a mysterious box and guarding it with his life The book also describes a giant dirigible being built many centuries ago In the present time Sam and Remi are told by an eccentric very wealthy oil tycoon that a friend of theirs had been hired

  10. says:

    Well the dynamic duo strikes againthis time thwarting the obscure machinations of a Texas billionaire in Nepal of all places The plot is thin but the action moves things along uite nicely thank you very much Sam and Remi get around with seemingly super human abilities including not suffering from jet lag or sleep but manage to maintain some of their hedonistic pleasureswhen they can I'm still not sure what the point of t