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Read & Download The Lost Labyrinth ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF í ❰Download❯ ➸ The Lost Labyrinth Author Will Adams – Fact collides with fiction in Will Adams third pulse pounding adventure featuring the enigmatic Daniel Knox Twenty years after vanishing without a trace FrencIs innocence However rumours of the fleece's rediscovery have spread and ambitious Georgian oligarch Nergadze is determined to get it first He sends his psychopathic grandson Mikhail to Athens with orders to bring it back Mikhail uickly becomes convinced that Dan Knox has it and slowly moves in for the kil. WOW WHAT A WILD YET TRAGIC RIDE I could not put this book down But the ending sucked I am sorry Mr Adams but that's just how I feel about it I was pissed Also as someone who has had German Shepherds all my life and I honestly believe that they are the most beautiful intelligent and loyal of dogs well lets just say that the abuse suffered by Argo was disturbing I cried for that poor dog I'm going to have to read a couple of other books before I will decide if I will read the next book in the Daniel Knox series BUT other than those complaints it was one hell of a roller coaster ride of a book I had really been enjoying until the ending I love the archaeology theories and the ancient history issues in your books but I have to admit that I am not as familiar with the ancient Greek and Crete history as I am with some other areasOne issue that I would suggest would be to have a map of the areas in uestion posted in the front of the book I just love maps and being able to follow the travels via a map Thank goodness for the internet and Google Search and Google Maps etc to look up the areas in uestion and some of the famous sites that you describe I love looking them up and comparing what I see in the pictures with your descriptions

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Fact collides with fiction in Will Adams third pulse pounding adventure featuring the enigmatic Daniel Knox Twenty years after vanishing without a trace French archaeologist Roland Petitier makes a dramatic reappearance at a major Athens conference promising an astonishing find the legendary Golden Fleece. 3 stars to Will Adams's The Lost Labyrinth the third in his Daniel Knox archaeologicaladventure thriller series For fans of Adams and this genre you will enjoy this release but there were a few times when I felt like it wasn't substantially different than his first two novels Story Daniel Knox and his girlfriend Gaille are visiting long time friends Augustin and Claire prior to a conference in Greece when they find a twenty year missing archaeologist dead in Augustin's hotel room The police believe Augustin had something to do with it and a physical altercation puts him in the hospital for most of the book Daniel takes over the speaking engagement but through some additional research he starts believing the historical Grecian Golden Fleece may actually exist Meanwhile a European Georgia crime family with a plan to takeover the Georgian presidency wants to get their hands on the Golden Fleece to look like the heroes who can save their country Capture and torture ensue A few other sub plots help move the story along but in the end someone finds the Golden Fleece and there's also a tragic death that alters the course of the story Strengths 1 Adams is uite knowledgeable of Greek Egyptian and Eastern European history He is adept at creating drama through words to help readers better imagine history and understand the basics of historical conflicts He is also uite strong at alternating points of view chapter by chapter creating many small and large pockets of suspense where you just can't put the book down 2 There are so many good characters and individual sub plots to keep you entertained It's not just about the uest for the Golden Fleece but you get caught up in the reporter's revenge the psychopath's blood lust the business man's romance the politican's protection of his family etc You get enough breaks from major drama to find some natural and relaxed complexity in the secondary characters' stories Weaknesses 1 At times the descriptions are so detailed you find yourself skipping large sections of text just to get to the action pieces when in the middle of a conflict I thought on several occasions yeah i get it there's a cliff and a gun is shooting at him and he's gotta escape so get to it Don't tell me what the cliff looked like for the last two thousand years In some places it works well In others I found it a bit indulgent2 The story wasn't as interesting as the first two books The Golden Fleece is important and it has a lot of tragedy and drama associated with it but I didn't feel a deep connection with it like I had in prior books I understand the crime family wants it so they look like heroes and win the election but other than that what about the historical significance of the find What will this change about how people think of ancient Greece Who would be against someone finding this artifact It seemed to be missing a piece of the puzzle this time Final Thoughts It was a good book I breezed through it in 3 days at about 2 hours per day and it was over 500 pages I didn't lose interest but I also didn't feel a major connection this time I will give book 4 a chance as it's the last in the series but may hold off until next year I also want to pick a few new authors in this genre with a story that maybe I have a larger connection with but overall still worth the read for anyone who likes the author the genre and has an interest in ancient Greek and Egyptian history About Me For those new to me or my reviews here's the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you'll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators

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The Lost LabyrinthBut before he can give his talk he's found dead in a hotel room and an out of control policeman puts Petitier's onetime protege Augustin Pascal into intensive care then later accuses him of Petitier's murder Only Augustin's two closest friends Daniel Knox and Gaille Bonnard The Lost PDFEPUB or can prove h. Lame lame lame Greek archeology seems a lousy excuse to talk about child molesters and psycho perverts whose favorite activity is to torture people I had enjoyed the Exodus story so I thought this might be about the same level of entertainment but definitely not And watch out wow wow big things going on at the very end actually my suggestion is that you pick up a different book