The Tombs Book Reviews

Clive Cussler & Thomas Perry

The Tombs by Clive Cussler & Thomas Perry Book Summary

Husband-and-wife team Sam and Remi Fargo are in a race to find the famed burial site of Attila the Hun in this adventure in the #1 New York Times-bestselling series.

When an archeologist friend requests their help to excavate a top-secret historical site, the Fargos are intrigued. But they have no idea that their discoveries will set them on a hunt for a prize beyond all imagination.

The clues point to the hidden tomb of Attila the Hun, who was reportedly buried with a vast fortune of gold, jewels, and plunder: a bounty that has never been found.

As they follow a trail throughout Europe, it leads them not to one tomb, but five. The Fargos also find themselves pitted against a thieving group of treasure hunters, a cunning Russian businessman, and a ruthless Hungarian who claims direct descent from Attila himself—and will stop at nothing to achieve his destiny...

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Book Name The Tombs
Genre Action & Adventure
Language English
E-Book Size 2.83 MB

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Disappointing. Good idea but not well done. The other Fargo adventures were good but this one was not.

The Tombs. The tombs is another great read from Clive Cussler. I miss the days of Dirk Pitt but I enjoyed this book.

Another great book by Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry. This is another exciting adventure for Sam and Remi Fargo! This was a great read and very well written! If you like action and adventure you will be very pleased with this latest escapade!

The Tombs. Don't waste your money - predictable story, poor character development, very artificial dialogue between and among characters - Cussler should be embarrassed to attach his name to this mess.

Very good read. I liked the way the book flowed. Everything in the story seamed plausible nothing seamed far fetched. One of his better books.

A Great Read. Loved it!

The Tombs. Mr. Cussler has done it again!! Great book, great reading. Could not put it down. Anxiously awaiting the next one no matter if FARGO's or PITT please just bring it on...NOW!!!

The tomb - another exciting adventure from Cussler. Great Fargo adventure. Sam and Remi travel the globe to find clues pointing to Attila's secret tomb. Continuous action and easy read.

Disappointing. There were no low points in this book, but only because there were no high points either. Straight middle-of-the-road, no emotions, no excitment, incredulity-stretching chains of events. Not worth reading.

Another fun read. Always excited for new Sam and Remi adventures and this one does not let you down !

Short and uninspired. This book wasn't much more than a couple hour read. These books are becoming a farce, just like the Roger Moore versions of the James Bond films.

The Tombs. It was just ok. Boring and drawn out. Not at all on the edge of your seat stuff. I hope Sam comes out of the closet and Remi runs off with her dog.

Pitiful. By far the weakest of all the Clive Custler works and certainly the worst of the Sam and Remi series. Shallow story, predictable to the max and the usual banter between Sam and Remi just too saccharine. Couldn't wait for the latest one to come out, now sorry I even purchased it.

An enjoyable read.. Sam and Remi Fargo embark on yet another roller coaster adventure in the name of history. This book is a great way to pass time. I only wish there was more...

The Tombs. Good plot. I was disappointed the way Remi was portrayed. There were times when She came across as a wimp, needed a man to take care of her and save her as a damsel in distress. Then came across as other times as strong as a bullfighter. Other books I have read with Sam and Remi have shown them as pretty equal. This did not and it took away from their characters.

The Tombs. Not worth the buy. The tale is a good one, but the prose is in constant declarative sentences. I once counted 10 sentences in a row beginning with "He." A tedious read I almost didn't finish.

not top secret. It was a typical Cussler read - entertaining but not great. The description says something about a top secret historical find, which is completely inaccurate. Anything rated "top secret", or the like, would have to be done so by some government agency and there were none involved in this book in that context.

disappointing. I've not read Cussler in many years and I don't recall them being as silly as this. I was amazed at how off the charts unrealistic this is. I sure wish we had a bridge here. Hang on a sec, I may have one in my back back. Thanks goodness dear, I was afraid we might not escape this. elementary school boy read.

not worth reading. i was a fan of the first couple of Fargo books. this installment was very disappointing. The premise had great possibilities, but the plot execution was poor. Shame on you Clive Cussler for allowing this to go to print with the stilted dialog and anticlimactic discovery of the 5 treasures. at least bring back Grant Blackwood as co-author, the writing and anticipation of events would be at a higher quality level. i'm done with these books if the current partnership continues.

It’s a decent read. I went a very long time without reading novels. After seeing this at my local gas station i decided i wanted to get back into reading. While this book has compelled me to read more great Cussler novels, this one is a decent read. The wrtting style was simplistic and sometimes felt rushed. The enemies were very incompent and dumb. I found it hard to beleive they could find so many random people willing to take risk to help the Fargos out. But I should still thank Cussler and Perry because I think I needed simpicity to get back into reading novels. It’s still worth checking out, but it’s not going to be much of a page turner, until you reach the end.

A Dirk Pitt plot without the cool guy. Cussler used to write great escapist fiction for men. The Fargo series uses some of the old elements of his highly successful Dirk Pitt series, and borrows the plots from the recent treasure hunter movies that seem to have inspired this series. It might have worked if the two people he chose to be his protagonists weren't so annoying. First, they're rich....too rich. Everything they need is one swipe of a card away. They stay in the best hotels, dine at the best restaurants, and at night they dig up treasures that nobody else has been able to find for a thousand years. All the while, they show all the depth of an index card. No character flaws, no deep conversations, no hesitation to run straight into obvious dangers. Seriously, comic books flesh out deeper characters than these two. Also, by havng the couple hopping from one burial site to the next, it just creates a lot of little boring treasure hunts instead of one interessting hunt. There was a point near the end where the action picked up and I was actually interested, but then the author resolved it a little too neatly for my taste. At least the latest ghost writer didn't spend every chapter trying to sell me an iPhone or other Apple product.

Good. I read it and it does go as you would expect. I have read the Dirk Pitt novels and this is my first Fargo. I will be reading more as I did enjoy this one.

The Tombs. By boysmumas Terrific read. Fast paced and edge of your seat plot.

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