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The Tavernier Stones by Stephen Parrish
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Mar 19, 2012

really liked it

This book is a treasure hunt for a historical treasure. One of a set of legendary gems lost several hundred years ago *may* have surfaced, clutched in the first of a modern bog body. This sets a slew of treasure hunters on the search for the rest of the stones.

I mostly enjoyed this book. The first third was very interesting, it bogged down a bit in the middle, then got really intense for the last third. The plot was interesting, and there were some very good characters. There were some good, unexpected twists at the end as well.

There are undoubtedly going to be (or were? dunno when it was published) comparisons to "Da Vinci Code". I'm not sure if that's a fair comparison to make though. There were a couple of slightly unbelievable bits, but "Tavernier Stones" was more believable.

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