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Publisher's Summary

Book three in the number-one best-selling adventure series

The treasure: At the end of the 13th century, Chinese Emperor Kublai Khan gave an Italian merchant unfettered access to his kingdom. The traveler was Marco Polo, and his journey would become legendary. Aided by a special passport that protected him throughout the land, Polo amassed unbelievable wealth and hid it before his return to Italy. To this day, the location of his treasure remains a mystery.

The mission: The Hunters - an elite group assembled by an enigmatic billionaire to locate the world's greatest treasures - are tasked with finding the missing fortune. Guided by firsthand accounts of Polo's travels, they quickly discover there are hostile forces willing to do anything to stop them from taking the riches from Chinese soil. Before long, the treasure hunt becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse that will rewrite history while taking the lives of many.

The prize: As the danger continues to mount, will the Hunters rise to the challenge? Or will the team be eliminated before they find Polo's treasure?

©2015 Chris Kuzneski (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

Critic Reviews

" The Prisoner’s Gold hits like a hammer, with intense action, suspense, and intrigue that echo to the very last page and beyond. Fantastic!" (Graham Brown, number-one international best-selling author)

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Great store but the reader is awful

How could the performance have been better?

The reader would have done better to no use the awful voices. By the time I got into the 2nd hour of the book I was ready to scream just read and drop the voices!!

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Narrator can't do women

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I liked the book and for the most part the narrator does a go job, but his female characters all sound like valley girls. Which doesn't fit with the elite professional women in the story

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Not as good as book 1&2 in the series

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

This book was a so so story . It passed some time for me thats all

What do you think your next listen will be?

Vince Flynns or Stuart Woods New book

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

I enjoyed book 1 &2 in this series. This book is just another piece of the puzzle of this series but thats it !!

the way this book ended seemed to me like it was rushed and just thrown together to fit

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

depends on if i liked movie 1&2

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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terrible

I love to read but how some of these boos get into amazon is a mystery. This book is terrible

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Disappointed

Disappointed...maybe because I "read" this out of order, also because I don't appreciate the "F" word (perhaps McNutt, being a military sterotype character, might use the word), but in this and other C.K. books I've read or listened to, the profanity is overkill. The story was a bit predictable and the narrator, though versitle and realistic with some characters, was way off with McNutt---narrator made him sound like a very dumb Scoobedoo and Maggie's voice was too sticky sweet...even Sarah's voice didn't match her persona. Maybe a dual (male/female) narration would have been better. I probably won't listen to or read another Kuzneski novel.

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pretty good

some parts a little too graphic and descriptive for my taste but like the story

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Another Great Installment

Great continuation of the story, the characters are now developing and Cobb getting more into finding who is the big money spinner. I like how Chris brought himself into the book made me smile...and the peep hole in the door note: good to know...it did leave a bit of a cliffhanger, BUT I have to say please.....can we have a new narrator he is just awful and the female voices cring....

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the prisoners gold

This was a good read or listen as it was. A little too much in the graphic description of blood and Guts, it was still exciting.

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  • Stacey
  • Roswell, GA, United States
  • 11-19-15

Poor Narration

I'll never know if the book was good because the voices that the narrator uses reminds me of a Scooby Doo episode. There is that dumb musclehead and the Valley Girl Etc Etc. I'm sure the narrator was doing the job he was told however the author needs to step up and change the portrayal.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful