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Siberian Treasure

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  • Posted January 24, 2015

    This story is about a long lost ancient library, and a long hidd

    This story is about a long lost ancient library, and a long hidden group of people who worship the earth called the Skaladeskas. It was such a major departure from everything I've read by the author, that I was uncertain what to expect. I should have known better though! The authors ability to draw you in with her excellent character building and descriptions is very evident in this book. The story was fast paced without being rushed! I loved the concept of a mother earth worshipping religious order intent on protecting it, or her, "Gaia"
    The level of technological advances these people possess is amazing, and yet, there is no way to save the planet from man's destructive activities except with violence. 
    Our heroine is an earth lover herself. She is a spelunker, a rescue worker, an ancient manuscript scholar, among other things. Marina is a strong woman! But there is more than meets the eye. She just doesn't remember much of it.
    The story has many players and at first I may have had a hard time remembering who and where each one was, but after a few chapters, I was so into the story that it was easy to follow.
    The science and tech in the book are just fantastic! I wish we had some of it today!! 
    This was a very satisfying read! There were no cliffhangers as another reviewer suggested. But I want more! I'd love to know what happened to certain people from the book. I highly recommend this book, not just to lovers of this genre, but anyone who likes a good mystery.
    I will be looking for more along this line from the author!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 13, 2011

    Highly Reccomended - Its worth reading!

    Highly Recommend. Great story that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the end. If you like Tom Clancy and his style of writing, you'll love Colleen's Siberian Treasure. Its a must read.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2015

    To lost on treasure island

    Where is the next part at?

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2015

    To the fanficition

    Amazing. Keep writing!!!! -Pj2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2015

    Lost on Treasure Island-Part 2

    The ride to the airport was long and uneventful. Sandra continued staring out the window and her mother was annoyed with her and her fists were white and clenched on the steering wheel. When they finally pulled into the parking lot of the airport, Sandra immediately saw her friend, Rachel, who was going away for the summer as well. Sandra squealed and, dragging her suitcase behind her, ran to hug Rachel, leaving her mother to drag the heavy, bulky bags out of the trunk of the car. She muttered to herself, all the way up to Sandra. She grabbed Sandra by the shoulder and started dragging her daughter. Sandra shrieked and turned on her scowling mother. "Mom! Stop! This is my special coture shirt! You ruined it! Wah!" A line of cute muscular boys shuffled past. Sandra immedietly stopped bawling and whining and instead batted her eyelashes. The two started walking toward the plane, arguing all the way. When they were seated in the plane, Sandra pulled out her Ipod and started texting Rachel and when the plane got higher, she started whining again. "Why doesn't this plane have wifi?" A dozen people shushed her. "Well, it doesn't!" She growled back, slumped in her seat. Her mother groaned. Sandra glared back at her mom and then teas ran down her face. "I am sorry, Mom." Her mother's face softened and she replied, "I am sorry too. Let us just have a good ride." Sandra smiled and hugged her mom. They hugged for a little then Sandra fell asleep.

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    Posted May 4, 2011

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