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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2011

    Great Adventure.. Indiana Jones Genre..

    I'm going to read some more from this fine author... great yarn!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 6, 2009

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    Review: The Lost Throne by Chris Kuzneski

    The Lost Throne brings us the third adventure of D.J. Jones and Jonathan Payne. This time they receive a call from a distressed woman in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her employer was just gunned down in front of her and she needs help. They set out immediately to rescue her. Once in Russia, they investigate the death of her employer only to find themselves on a treasure hunt.

    The trail leads them to Mt. Athos, Greece. They run into an old acquaintance, Nick Dial, who has been investigating the murders of a group of monks for Interpol. Their quests are intertwined and they are forced to work together. Can Jones and Payne discover one of the original seven wonders of the world?

    This book is a very fast thriller. The story is told via the action and words of the characters. Don't expect detailed descriptions or unnecessary prose. This story moves fast, but I had no problem visualizing everything that was going on. Chris Kuzneski is able to tell a vivid story without getting bogged down.

    I really enjoyed the story. Critics may be put off by the lack of explanation or detailed research included with the story. But, this isn't that kind of book. This book is about action and adventure in foreign lands. If you like fast paced thrillers, you will love this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 14, 2009

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    Par for the course!

    I have been a fan of Kuzneski since 'The Plantation'. The writing style flows very well and it is a quick read. Characters are easily identifyable and there is a drive to complete it. He takes you to the edge of the cliff and leaves you there. Fast plot...high action...worth a read!

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