Wild Quest In Nepal

By Erin Richards

The Kingdom is the 3rd installment in the Fargo Adventure series if you're inquisitive about Clive Cussler books in chronological order. While this book has some puny points, it still is a really entertaining story. Please put aside all the harsh, literary feedback from folks who can't say anything nice and pick up this novel for pure fun and excitement. So let us push on into the book's basics.

Troubling stories pushes Sam and Remi Fargo into the search for a missing person. And not just any missing person, this person happens to be their mate and collegue. So switching gears from treasure hunting to missing person search takes the Fargos from the United States to Nepal. And what they find leads not only to their buddy, but to an antiquities black market dealing in fossils with the blackmailed participation of a corrupt Chinese armed forces general. Top all this harrowing intrigue off with an evil , Texas multimillionaire pulling all the reigns, and you've got the makings of an amazing, fast-paced book to hold your attention next weekend!

So what is the true motive of the Texan? It's the search for one artifact that holds traditional mystery. Held in high esteem, this artifact was guarded by squaddies who swore their lives to keep it safe and out of the hands of burglars and invading armed forces. To assert that finding this treasure proves to be a discouraging task is an understatement, but Sam and Remi prove they are the task.

Filled with intrigue, and lots of suspense...The Kingdom is a great book to read when you simply want to escape from it all. There are plenty of plot twists, not possible eventualities, and totally unimaginable strokes of good luck thrown into this story. However let's not forget this is a made up story...and that explains why it is so much fun.

We don't read books because expect everything to be perfect with timelines, character development, and pacing...we read fiction books to be entertained and give us a short lived escape from our busy realities of everyday life. The Kingdom from writer Clive Cussler has proved to be just that ,, an enjoyable and fun to read break from the day to day we all live with.

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