Clive Cussler does it again. From the first page of the book, the reader’s attention is grabbed and kept throughout the book. Although unbelievable, Clive Cussler entertains the reader with an action packed adventure of Sam and Remi Fargo, taking them from one continent to another as they try to find the treasures of Attila the Hun. I found this book to be an entertaining read that kept my attention throughout all 384 pages. I would definitely recommend it.
What an entertaining read. This book was James Rollins through and through. Entertaining, captivating and a roller coaster ride throughout. It was a bit drawn out at times, but that’s Rollins. Overall a really good, entertaining book.
What a read! I had such mixed emotions reading this book. Most of the time I just wanted shake Anne Lindbergh for not standing up for herself. But then I had to step back and look at the time and society and she did what every good wife did back then ... she kept persevering to make everything seem wonderful to the world in spite of what she was feeling internally. In today's world (in America), her options would be wide open. Anne Lindbergh was a smart woman who had the capacity to love beyond all things. And she did that with a passion. My heart broke with the kidnapping of her child and the fact that she had to grieve privately for her little son. This was my first time reading Melanie Benjamin and I enjoyed the way she told the story. She kept it interesting yet made the reader wonder what was coming next. I can't say I enjoyed the story, but I enjoyed the way the author revealed it and grabbed my attention. Kudos to Ms. Benjamin.
When I buy a book with Clive Cussler’s name on it, I want it to read like he at least reviewed the book, and this one didn’t. You could tell it was written almost 100% by Grant Blackwood. Although it was an entertaining read, it wasn’t up to the normal Sam and Remi standards, and I normally really enjoy reading about their exploits.
What an awesome book. This book really made me look at my life and wonder if I could be as strong a person as Corrie was … and this is not a fiction account of a life. It is a real life. Corrie and her entire family faced the absolutely worst that a family could face and they came out winners for His kingdom. This book portrays Corrie and her family as real people, faults and all, and tells how they overcame. It clearly demonstrates and tells of God’s holding us in the very palm of His hand and how He gives us His strength when it’s needed. The author of this book made this Dutch family step out of its pages and step right into our hearts.
Even if you have read this book in the past, it is always worth reading again. That’s one of the biggest compliments I can give a book because I rarely read a book more than once and this one has met that mark. Thanks to the authors for this magnificent read.
OK, I just can’t help it … I thoroughly enjoy Jeffrey Archer. I have read all three books in this series, and they keep me entertained through each minute of series. Yes, some of the reviews indicated this book was a little slower than others, which is true, but with the job the narrators did, that didn’t make any difference to me. I can say that I was disappointed in the ending … just left you hanging and there were parts during the book that could have been better laid out. But all-in-all I think that Mr. Archer writes a book that keeps your attention, is always a good read and keeps you wanting more.
I always look forward to reading Harlan Coben’s books and this one was no exception. The twists and turns throughout his novels make them worthy reading material, but I thought this one wasn’t up to his normal standards. Yes, it grabs the reader’s attention, but it started dragging about halfway through and continued for some time. The beginning and endings were great, but I knew what the ending was going to be before I got there. Sure hope his next book is much better because normally I love his books.
I have to say this book wasn’t as good as the first two books, but it was still a good read. I wasn’t crazy about the back and forth between Hana and Lena, but it was easy to keep up with and did keep the read interesting. When the book came out I bought it that very day. I was so excited it was finally here, and after reading it I didn’t feel that it quite came up to the standards of the other books. It was interesting, but didn’t knock my socks off. I also felt let down at the end of the book. I expected more from the ending. I do have to say that I thought the narrator did an exemplary job and would definitely listen to her in the future.
Did not like this book at all. I couldn’t finish this one and normally I love Vince Flynn. Better luck on the next one.
Wow, what an awesome read. This books really makes each of us think what we would do if faced with the same catastrophe. Would we stand strong or fall like so many in this book did. This book makes us look inward at the person we are and want to be. Loved it!
Entertaining and unusual. This story was unusual, but still an entertaining and good read. The author did a good job of getting my attention and keeping it throughout the book.
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