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Lost Empire (Fargo Adventure Series #2)

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4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

come on people! he didnt write it!

i find it hilarious that some people complain that "clive cussler surely couldn't have wrote this book"! he didn't! grant blackwood was given clive's blessing to write spartan gold and lost empire. clive wrote his first dirk pitt novel in 1970 something! he is 79 so i'm...
i find it hilarious that some people complain that "clive cussler surely couldn't have wrote this book"! he didn't! grant blackwood was given clive's blessing to write spartan gold and lost empire. clive wrote his first dirk pitt novel in 1970 something! he is 79 so i'm sure he's tired by now. he merely consulted grant through the process of writing these books. i think they are magnificent and thanks to clive cussler i have now found a great new author. i can only hope grant blackwood will keep on writing this great new series for years to come!

posted by Eddie_Alan_Poe on October 8, 2010

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

The worst of Clive Cussler.

What has happened to Clive Cussler? This was the worst book I have read of his,(and I have read ALL of his books). This book is full of inaccuracy throughout. Since when is the pacific ocean between south america and africa. Not only in print,but in the picture on page ...
What has happened to Clive Cussler? This was the worst book I have read of his,(and I have read ALL of his books). This book is full of inaccuracy throughout. Since when is the pacific ocean between south america and africa. Not only in print,but in the picture on page 313. This is not the Clive Cussler all of us fans know. Where was the proof reader to find these false facts and all the misspelled words. All through this book leaves with the thought that Clive Cussler did not write this book and I find it hard to believe that he even read it. Bestseller to what?

posted by oliver_twist on September 10, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2010

    come on people! he didnt write it!

    i find it hilarious that some people complain that "clive cussler surely couldn't have wrote this book"! he didn't! grant blackwood was given clive's blessing to write spartan gold and lost empire. clive wrote his first dirk pitt novel in 1970 something! he is 79 so i'm sure he's tired by now. he merely consulted grant through the process of writing these books. i think they are magnificent and thanks to clive cussler i have now found a great new author. i can only hope grant blackwood will keep on writing this great new series for years to come!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 30, 2010

    book

    it is an awesome book with much detail it has a wide variety of themes and i higly recomend it.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2010

    CURLED UP WITH CUSSLER AND BLACKWOOD..

    .......because Sam and Remi Fargo are off again on another unusual adventure. This time they take you on a joyride to Tanzania, Zanzibar, Madagascar and into the Indian Ocean. The action is low-key but suspenseful as Sam and Remi try to stay one step ahead of an assassin bent on keeping them from revealing a skeleton in a Mexican President's ancestry. This is a book with a fun couple, smarmy villains, great locations and a rousingly good story skillfully told. If you want a super old-fashioned adventure story - this will more than satisfy any cravings you might have. Want a macho male tale with a lot of mayhem. Blackwood does tell that kind of story in his three other books - The End of Enemies - The Wall of Night - An Echo of War - all starring covert agent Briggs Tanner with new and interesting characters in spectacular settings and exciting stories.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2014

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!READ

    Adverding

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2014

    highly recommended - great read

    My journey with the Fargo's continues to be great fun and exciting to read and experience their twists and turns. This one kept me on the edge throughout.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2013

    For those who have imagination.

    The lost empire was an exceptional read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2012

    WOW!

    Hold on for a non stop ride!

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  • Posted August 31, 2010

    Clive Cussler Novels

    I began reading Clive Cusslers novels, the first of which was Mediterranian Caper, when it was first publshed. I have been hooked on all his novels since.
    I have read every novel that he has published, approx 40, and have found that he is not only knowledgeable about what he writes but brings the heroes to life. Dirk Pitt, Kurt Austin, The Oregon Series and the new super sleuth from the Wrecker and Spy.

    I look forward to all his novels and hope that he continues to publish books for many more years. I particularly enjoy the Dirk Pitt and Kurt Austin series.
    An outstanding author. I have all of his books and look forward to the next book that is coming out entitled Lost Empire

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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