Jack Morgan was doing just fine until Sally got on the plane. At least, that is what he thought. Jack is an American archaeologist, trying to trace a priceless South American artefact which has recently been stolen from the British Museum. Sally is a robotic secret agent, a Fembot newly assigned to MI6 and intent on preventing the relic from falling into the wrong hands. A group of sinister neo-Nazis are already making their way on foot through the Amazon jungle, with the artefact in their possession. Not far behind them are a cabal of Russian communists, who already have possession of a second relic. Legend has it that if these two artefacts are united with a third, more powerful object, the holder will be granted unimaginable power. The Nazis have a head start, but the race to find the Lost Fortress of the Eebieki People has only just begun.
©2013 Samantha Faulkner (P)2016 Samantha Faulkner
Delightfully zippy fembot camp with an Austin Powers circa Indiana Jones feel. The length was just right and the narration was quite skilled. I'm looking forward to this winning formula and as word of mouth builds I hope the author doesn't change a thing.
I am loving this author! This is the second Fembot Sally book I have read/listened to, and I just have so much fun with them. I can't wait to get my hands on other books in this series. This book is sort of like a cross between Indiana Jones and The Phantom, but with an Austin Powers-esque fembot as the main character. I listened to the audio version of the book narrated by Alison Campbell, and she is great. Her voice adds a lot to the story, she has great pacing, and does unique voices for each character. If you're looking for a light and fun action/adventure/spy story, I highly recommend this one.
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