[gemstones Books] Kindle ePUB Treasure of Khan AUTHOR Clive Cussler



10 thoughts on “Treasure of Khan

  1. says:

    I have never read a Clive Cussler novel until Treasure of Khan which is I think the 20th novel in his long running Dirk Pitt series My Cussler deprivation is not due to any calculated or irrational dismissal of the author; I just never got around to reading him Starting with the 20th book in the series is probably not wise as Cussler has reached that I can basically write a 200 page shopping list and any publishing company will publish it

  2. says:

    A scientific expedition led by a beautiful woman as usual in these books on Lake Baikal in Siberia is swamped by a huge wave Of course Pitt and Giordano just happen to be in the area and come to the rescue Then a mysterious force sinks Pitt's ship and kidnaps the scientists Pitt's pursuit takes him to Mongolia where he vies for Genghis Khan's treasure with a power mad billionaire Very exciting A worthy addition to the Cussler canon

  3. says:

    Terrible Terrible Terrible An outrageously outlandish plot barely within sighting distance of reality The coolest know it

  4. says:

    James Bond meets Indiana Jones in another fun actionadventure Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt just keep getting better with a

  5. says:

    As a writer I don’t read in the same way as a general reader so my comments here may not be as helpful as they might otherwise be Clive Cussler is of course a well known thriller writer with a large number of sales to his name If Treasure of Khan is representative of his style however I have to ask the simple

  6. says:

    Although the novels can be a bit predictable and have a similar mix of historic fact updated into a fictional discovery often with a Mr Big or Corporation trying to take over the world I still love the research used by Mr Cussler to bring the events to life I know the gun ho action etc is very tongue in cheek and unbelieveable a cross between Bond and Biggles there is still a good entertainment value in each book This b

  7. says:

    After reading some deeper books I needed a break and some mind candy Clive Cussler always fits that bill Dirk Pitt and Al Giordino are modern day adventurers who get into impossible situations and keep me entertained the whole time I can alwa

  8. says:

    One of those fun reads where after your done with it you do some research and look up things that happened in the book and then keep going

  9. says:

    Another great adventureinteresting to learn about Mongolia

  10. says:

    Holy mothballs This was one amazing book It did run true to many of the things we've come to expect from the super adventures of Dirk Pitt Other than the fact that no one real would perhaps survive what Pitt and his team survives this book had everything that kept me at the edge of my seat at well paced intervals

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Free read ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Clive Cussler

Black Wind continued Dirk Pitt's meteoric career with one of Clive Cussler's most audacious and well received novels yet But now Cussler tak. A scientific expedition led by a beautiful woman as usual in these books on Lake Baikal in Siberia is swamped by a huge wave Of course Pitt and Giordano just happen to be in the area and come to the rescue Then a mysterious force sinks Pitt s ship and kidnaps the scientists Pitt s pursuit takes him to Mongolia where he vies for Genghis Khan s treasure with a power mad billionaire Very exciting A worthy addition to the Cussler canon

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Treasure of Khan

An empire that stretched from the Pacific Ocean to the Caspian Sea His conuests are the stuff of legend his tomb a forgotten mystery Until n. Another great adventureinteresting to learn about Mongolia

Free read ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Clive Cussler

Es an extraordinary leap with one of his most remarkable villains ever Genghis Khan the greatest conueror of all time who at his peak ruled. Although the novels can be a bit predictable and have a similar mix of historic fact updated into a fictional discovery often with a Mr Big or Corporation trying to take over the world I still love the research used by Mr Cussler to bring the events to life I know the gun ho action etc is very tongue in cheek and unbelieveable a cross between Bond and Biggles there is still a good entertainment value in each book This book has the historical facts based around Gengis Khan leading to a treasure hunt Again the action takes place in various countries mixed in with some interesting travel guide type information and colour As I said most of his books follow similar structures and format but I do enjoy the overall effect and the fantasy of Cussler s novels the pure get away from it all attitude Very entertaining