Drake, Allie, and Spencer reunite in Emerald Buddha, the second Drake Ramsey adventure - a quest to locate the lost treasure of the Khmer Empire, secreted away in a hidden temple somewhere in Myanmar. But nothing is as it seems, and their archaeological expedition soon turns deadly when desperate factions target them in order to safeguard a secret that could topple the US government.
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I enjoyed the continued adventures of the characters, although they need to become multi-dimensional. The heroine has not lived up to the hype of the first novel of the series; this is a disservice to women. I could write a series of novels developing her character based on the strong women I have encountered in my personal and military life.
No real treasure hunting. Too much political input that had no ending. Characters did speak much just regular narration. I like the first book so much but this wasn't up to par. Definitely would not recommend
Joe. I really liked his character. He made me laugh all the way thru the book.
Hmmmm......I would have been listening to Joe Ledger. This book was just fine the way it was. I enjoyed the whole thing. The tin foil hat twist that it took was awesome.
It's RAY PORTER people. What ISN'T there to like about Ray Porter. Sheesh.
Probably the Emerald Buddha.
I've read all the comments making jest of this series. I have to say I like it. It's not rocket science. It's entertaining as all get out. AND it's narrated by Ray Porter. I'm glad I came into the series late. The third book comes out in a couple weeks. I can't wait.
Kind of like when Back to the Future did all the movies together...gets watered down. It was OK, thank the Lord for Ray, I think it would have flopped without him
Eh. I would say Eh, first one was really cool, second one was OK
I have kids
keep it going with some umph! Then I will keep listening
Not my cup of tea. Nontheless it is not a bad book. The general idea behind these books seems to be an action movie following a certain niché with a tad of drama and or romance. With that said I enjoyed the first book a lot more which had more of a focus on the mystery of this long lost treasure as well as the mystery of the main character an his relatives past. Which I felt was lacking in this book. Bu then again I only half-listened to most of the book since there was not much interesting going on.
I might give the third installment a look when it comes out. As long as Ray Porter does the narration.
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