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ISBN: 0718153685
Author: Chris Kuzneski
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books; Export ed edition (2008)
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 811
Size Fb2: 1893 kb
Size ePub: 1133 kb
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Chris Kuzneski (born 1969) is an American novelist. His eleventh novel, The Prisoner's Gold, won the Thriller Award for the 2016 Book of the Year at a gala hosted by the International Thriller Writers (ITW) in New York City on July 9, 2016.

Chris Kuzneski (born 1969) is an American novelist. His works have also been honored by the Florida Book Awards and named a Literary Guild's featured selection. Born in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Kuzneski currently lives in Tampa, Florida

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Sword of God is the crackling second novel from Chris Kuzneski. Tunnelling deep under one of the most holy cities in the world, an ambitious young archaeologist slowly works her way towards an unthinkable goal

Sword of God is the crackling second novel from Chris Kuzneski. Tunnelling deep under one of the most holy cities in the world, an ambitious young archaeologist slowly works her way towards an unthinkable goal. Somewhere ahead is a chamber containing the collected fragments of an ancient scripture, a find of unimaginable significance. Meanwhile, halfway around the world, a covert military bunker holds a macabre secret. An elite special-forces officer seems to have been brutally murdered - but how, and more disturbingly, why?

When a boy from South Korea discovers a cave full of blood near his village, he has no idea how it will affect his fellow villagers. In Saudi Arabia a major archaeological discovery has just been made. Once again Chris Kuzneski has written a book to loose yourself in, one that brings to mind Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider, an ancient scriptures is what makes Shari Shashmeen travel to the holy city of Mecca, while halfway around the world a covert military bunker holds a secret, and both of these could lead to Armageddon. Chris Kuzneski

Sword of God. Chris Kuzneski. In a secret bunker, one of the world's most dangerous terrorists is under interrogation-until he is rescued, and his captors are slaughtered. Though characters are short on depth, Kuzneski knows how to maintain a nuanced moral landscape while wresting maximum thrills from contemporary Western fear of terrorism. This globe-crossing action thriller, like its predecessor, evokes the spirit of Dan Brown, with welcome doses of Lee Child's ex-military tough-guy grit.

The cracking second novel from Chris Kuzneski. Tunnelling deep under one of the most holy cities in the world, an ambitious young archaeologist slowly works her way towards an unthinkable goal

The cracking second novel from Chris Kuzneski. An elite special-forces officer seems to have been brutally murdered - but how, and more disturbingly, why?

Sword of God" by Chris Kuzneski is, in my opinion, quite simply an airport novel. The sort of book that you don't expect to win a Pulitzer Prize or make the list of enduring classics but a good solid page turner and adventure mystery with which to while away some time.

Sword of God" by Chris Kuzneski is, in my opinion, quite simply an airport novel. The story follows Jonathon Payne and David Jones (. as they slip into Mecca to rescue an American archaeologist.

He was adventurous, active, and loved getting dirty. His hair was black and grew way too fast, falling into his eyes if he didn’t get it trimmed every other week. g-two on top, one on the bottom-giving him a jack-o’-lantern smile that was common among his age Rroup. Of course, during the past nine days there was little lo smile about. From the moment he stumbled out of the bloody cave, he was a changed person. Dealing with things that would devastate most adults. And yet there he was. Staring at all the.

Comments:

Made-with-Love
"Sword of God" by Chris Kuzneski is, in my opinion, quite simply an airport novel. The sort of book that you don't expect to win a Pulitzer Prize or make the list of enduring classics but a good solid page turner and adventure mystery with which to while away some time. The story follows Jonathon Payne and David Jones (D.J.) as they slip into Mecca to rescue an American archaeologist. It is sort of convincing and certainly fast paced and makes for a pretty good read. The fact that the archaeologist is a female doesn't hurt and the book darts around different places in the world as the story unfolds. Worth the money.
Nea
I enjoy Kuzneski's thrillers. As this is an early work I could forgive the use of what I consider an unfortunate use of a very sensitive subject as a plot device. Read in today's political climate the story in this book can easily be viewed as in poor taste but, again, the book was written several years ago so any criticism on that score would be infair. That aside it is another entertaining, action packed page turner by Kuzneski.
Mitars Riders
The author takes the reader thru geography-history-culture and a few things we woulkd all like to forget. The senerios the author develops allows the reader to focus on location,culture, and history in a manner that educates as well as entertains. The villians may become the heroes. One thing the author does well is to allow the reader to feel passion and disgust at the same time. For a first time reader this novel may have to much information to digest. For the experienced reader it is just right. It is not the fault of the author that the print is smaller than desired. Even if the reader uses glasses I suggest they give this work a go. Dave Hall
Vertokini
This series by Chris Kuzneski is as violent as any adventure series, but he has many of the events mentioned available for readers to actually visit on his web site. Some of these places people don't think exist, but they do. I enjoyed all 5 of them.
Foiuost
enjoyed it from the beginning to the end
Samulkis
Its a good read..once again I commute to Boston over two hours each way and have about an hour to read each day....
Llanonte
Just when you think the events can get a little worse worse -- they get a lot worse! All ends well for some.
Great book

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