The outstanding new novel from the #1 New York Times - bestselling grand master of adventure.
Husband-and-wife team Sam and Remi Fargo are in Mexico, when they come upon a remarkable discovery - the skeleton of a man clutching an ancient sealed pot, and within the pot, a Mayan book, larger than anyone has ever seen. The book contains astonishing information about the Mayans, about their cities, and about mankind itself. The secrets are so powerful that some people would do anything to possess them - as the Fargos are about to find out.
Before their adventure is done, many men and women will die for that book - and Sam and Remi may just be among them.
©2013 Clive Cussler (P)2013 Penguin Audio
Exciting, reviting, unpredictible.
You never know what going to happen in the next chapter. The adventure changes and keeps you wanting more.
I really like Brick's performance. The way he reads the book makes you feel you are right with him, seeing the story as though you are there.
When Sam got his friends to help the people of the village.
I hope Custer writes another Fargo book soon.
This is a much better Fargo book. There's more back story, a better historical launch point and less blather.
From space, our planet is small. When in the forests, our planet is huge. Books and stories like this make me wonder just what secrets our small planet might still hold.
I love Sam and Remy Fargo and the adventures they have. There is nothing serious or mind provoking about these books, but rather they are pure entertainment. The Fargos always keep us entertained with their travels and their relationship is something we would all like ... fun, fun, fun, along with their standard of living and adventures. Yes, pure entertainment but an enjoyable read.
Yes. This in my opinion is one of the better Clive Clusser series. It is like they are back on track and I like the series and all the differt characters.
Mor like the Oregon Files series. Action and cool story.
Worth the money.
Me and my husband listened to this book together. It is a wonderful read. Full of action and fun. We are loving the Fargo adventures please keep them coming.
One of the best in series.
Yes. Interesting means of adventure and escape along with political influence.
Yes. One of my favorite narrators.
No. Listened on my free time.
Use a different narrator. That would have freshened it up. Scott Brick is fine, but he always sounds a bit sardonic, in his affect. He's a good performer, I just like a break from his particular affect.
Less likely after reading this book. There's just not enough "fiber" in the plot to chew on. I've got two books by Cussler right now besides this
Scott Brick and George Guidall, suffer from over-exposure at this point. Both good performers, but they don't surprise me any more. They respond predictably in all plot parts. That's not a bad thing, they're just over-used at this point.
dissapointment. Plot was too shallow, too simplistic, too predictable.
Thank goodness Audible allows returns... This one isn't worth the time to listen to it.
Thought it was a great story kept me listening.
I love both the Fargo's
As good if not better the all the other book's
I had all the emotion's while listening.
Can't Waite for the next Fargo adventure.
"Another Fargo Adventure"
I really like these Fargo stories by Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry, and I always look forward to the next one. They're my guilty pleasure. I compare them to watching a film like National Treasure - you just switch off, relax, and enjoy the show. It can be a bit cheesy at times, but I actually like that about these books - the relationship between Sam and Remi. All in all, these are fun adventures and I always look forward to the next one. Keep 'em coming! Oh, and Scott Brick does a good job at narration. I actually seek out Scott’s other work now too.
"Another good read from Cussler"
The storyline is not excessively complicated or containing too many characters, therefore the audio version is easy to follow and enjoy. I have not read the print version but would anticipate it as equally compelling and easy read.
Selma is such a cool, unflappable person, she rarely expresses surprise or excitement and continually predicts what it needed.
I enjoyed the storyline, history and geographical travels, it left a feel good factor
This is a good read, Fast paced with an interesting historical connection. It takes the reader across quite a bit of the globe and reflects the reality of some lesser travelled countries and the problems their citizens face. The partnership of the Fargo's with a specialist is becoming a trend but one which adds credibility to the story, The specialist in this one and some of the other characters they meet along their journey all help to make this worth reading.
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