I found this book by Nick Thacker on sale through BookBub and although it was a decent book, I’m glad I didn’t pay full price for it. I like adventure, mystery and historical fictions, but this one just didn’t hold my attention. The plot had a lot of potential but the characters are not developed enough, it’s either you’re a good guy or bad guy. I can see why there are references to Indiana Jones or National Treasure, but those stories were amazingly detailed with a strong storyline and the characters were likable and relatable. There is a lot of action, and if you don’t think too much about the how or why of things it can be a quick and easy read. I had to push myself to finish it so I would know how it all ended, and it wasn’t anything spectacular for an ending. If you can get this on sale, then this could be a good filler until you find something better.
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