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by Chris Kuzneski

  • Author: Chris Kuzneski
  • ISBN: 1408430053
  • ISBN13: 978-1408430057
  • ePub: 1197 kb | FB2: 1514 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Publisher: Windsor; Large type / large print edition edition (May 3, 2010)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 187
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The Lost Throne ePub download

The Lost Throne (Payne and Jones – 7) This is a work of fiction

The Lost Throne (Payne and Jones – 7) This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, businesses, companies, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. While the author has made every effort to provide accurate telephone numbers and Internet addresses at the time. Publishing a book requires a collective effort, so I would like to thank a few of the people who helped The Lost Throne see the light of day. As always, I’d like to start off by thanking my family.

Publishing a book requires a collective effort, so I would like to thank a few of the people who helped The Lost Throne see the light of day.

The lost throne, Chris Kuzneski. ed. p. cm. eISBN : 978-1-101-13234-0. Without their love and support, I wouldn’t be the writer (or the person) that I am today. Professionally, I want to thank Scott Miller, my remarkable agent. Before we teamed up, I couldn’t find a publisher.

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. 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

Chris Kuzneski is the internationally bestselling author of The Secret Crown, The Prophecy, The Lost Throne, Sword of God, Sign of the Cross, and The Plantation.

Chris Kuzneski is the internationally bestselling author of The Secret Crown, The Prophecy, The Lost Throne, Sword of God, Sign of the Cross, and The Plantation. He grew up in Pennsylvania and now lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida.

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Chris Kuzneski is the international bestselling author of twelve novels, including his latest, THE MALTA ESCAPE. Chris is the first (and only) adventure writer to win an ITW Thriller Award.

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Narder
Okay, so first and foremost, I am a huge Kuzneski fan. That being said, I didn't care for this book as much as some of his later ones. I'm glad that his character John Payne has developed of the course of his writing to loosen up and not be so uptight and rude as I felt the character was in this book. The story line and everything else I found to be good, but this character kept irking me. I sort of started reading his books in the middle and wanted to catch up and read them all. Perhaps I should leave well enough alone and just keep going from where I'm at.
Steel_Blade
The Lost Throne follows two seperate story lines, one a rescue operation/treasure hunt beginning in St. Petersburg, Russia, and the other the investigation of the beheading of several monks in a montaintop monestery in Greece.
At times it was difficult to remember the story line of either operation. Also, the author's continual usage of incomplete sentences was annoying to me. The author writes with redundencies--he tells and then he shows.
That the damnsel in distress needing rescuing was weak. She could have rescued herself by buying a plane ticket and flying home. I also found the need of the Spartans to murder all people they encountered just so they could locate a book of questionable importance.
The ending was blah.
I was excited to read this book but found myself hurrying to finish it so I could get onto something else.
It's so easy
Kuzneski did much research in order to write this book about Christian abbeys being attacked, monks being assassinated. He tells us about the ancient Spartans, a warrior people who trained their youth to kill. The title and the page turning story made me have an idea about what the Spartans were searching for. In my opinion, the end did not measure up to the build up. Sorry!
Aiata
I am not sure how many books Chris Kuzneski wrote before this one ,I have read a few, but not only is this a very good read but it is also fun to see an author come of age. With "The Lost Throne", Mr. Kuzneski has found his voice.The two characters of Payne and Jones have become recognizable as intelligent and serious military men who never lost their sense of humor. The stories don't seem to follow a formula so each book is different. A totally enjoyable read. I am looking forward to the next one.
Briciraz
Amazon suggested this book from my previous buying pattern, and boy am I glad they did. The Lost Throne is an exciting and interesting read. The two main characters have a great chemistry, much like Dirk Pitt & his buddy Al in the Cussler books. The other characters are also well developed and the book flows smoothly. See if you can spot the cameo appearance from one of Chris Kuzneski's favorite authors! I am a big fan of James Roliins, especially his Sigma Force books. If you like that gender of books, you will be very happy you bought The Lost Throne. If you're reading this Chris, I can't wait for your next book: The Prophecy!!!
Jark
This adventure novel is another in the exciting Payne & Jones series. I'm reading Kuzneski's books in the chronological order in which they were written, & each one gets better. I've recommended it to friends who like Clive Cussler & James Rollins, also Lincoln Child novels.
Jia
Entertaining but not a believable storyline. Each scenario seems to be used only to create an "action" sequence but overall, a weak story. Not one the better books in the series.
I'm reading the series in order and this was the best one so far in my opinion. Great plot, not every suspenseful moment ends in a shoot out, and the dialogue is getting much better.
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