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Preview — Crusader Gold by David Gibbins
Crusader Gold (Jack Howard #2)
From the fall of the Roman Empire to the last days of Nazi power, marine archaeologist Jack Howard and his team of adventurers are hot on the trail of history’s most elusive and desired treasure: the lost golden menorah of Jerusalem. And what they discover could change the world forever….
Deep beneath the windswept waters near Istanbul, Jack and his crack team of experts ha
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This book had a lot of elements I like in a story, but it might have had too much. There were, in no particular order: Vikings, the Crusades, Istanbul, England, Greenland, Nazis, North America, South America, age old secret societies and Aztecs. It got a little confusing at times. Costas, being an engineer and not an archeologist, helped out the reader this time by asking questions so we could try and keep t ...more
[close:] From the fall of the Roman Empire to the last days of Nazi power, marine archaeologist Jack Howard and his team of adventurers are hot on the trail of history’s most elusive and desired treasure: the lost golden menorah of Jerusalem. And what they discover could change the world forever….
Deep beneath the windswept waters near Istanbul, Jack and his c ...more
Half way through this book; however, it occured to me that I felt it somewhat a mix of 'The Da Vinci Code' and 'Hellboy'.. ...more
Better written in many ways than the Da Vinci Code and there's a blurb from the Mirror that suggests crossing Indiana Jones with the Da Vinci Code and getting t ...more
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This is the second book of a series in which and arecheologist / scientist goes around the globe trying to solve the quest...
On this book they are looking for "The Menorah"... Jewish Gold lamp stand...
The author appears to be very knowledgable about archeological terms... espeically when it comes to underwater exploration... maybe someone on this field will find it ex ...more
A linha do enredo tem o seu quê de atractivo, roçando vinkings, aventuras em glaciares e até mistérios Maias, mas nem isso foi o suficiente para me salvar a leitura… A ideia não foi bem prosseguida, levada a cabo com personagens planas e pouco apelativas, e diálogos que se res ...more
É um livro de acção e aventura pura, de fácil leitura com momentos de gra ...more
Also, the book's title is misleading. The majority of the historical parts of this book are NOT about the Crusaders- it's all about Vikings instead.
This book was not horrible but I Probably won't buy anything else from t ...more
It is a fairly fast moving story with a historical basis.