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Summary

Don't blink. Nearly 7,000 ago, a priceless piece of history vanished in the Caucasus Mountains near Armenia.

The thrilling finale of The Lost Chambers trilogy sends former government agent Sean Wyatt and his sidekick Tommy Schultz deep into the heart of some of the oldest mountains in the world in search of a treasure that many believed were lost to antiquity. 

While the two and their new friend Adriana Villa race toward their goal, they encounter deadly villains and a man with an evil plan that could wipe out most of civilization.

©2013 Ernest Walter Dempsey III (P)2018 Tantor

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Good story

Good end to the three books .Enjoyed all three but the last was best . Recommend

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These are good adventures,

Excellent books well researched with
A large dose of imagination. Well crafted characters that hold your attention and make you want to know more

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  • Richard S. Swol
  • 04-12-19

A good archeological mystery adventure

It was a little while getting there, but this trilogy reached full on Indiana Jones territory by the time it did. I had my doubts during the second novel, but the author comes roaring back here. I found this to be very enjoyable and will pick up the next book in the series.

My only pet peeve is the ending was a true WTF moment, which is brushed off with a "somebody else can figure out that part". Still, enjoyable and perhaps that was a seed for a future adventure? We'll see.

Recommended for fans of the Indiana Jones films and other archeological mystery stories.

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  • Ken
  • 20-04-21

Last book felt rushed

I really enjoyed the series and got I to the characters and storyline. But the last book felt rushed. Especially the last few chapters. I am not sure why there was such a rush to finish this story out. Without a real ending I might add. No tree of life!?!? Then what was the point of the book!?
Anyway, a bit disappointed

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  • 11-02-21

rjkaral.

struggled to finish it. story and presentation not very good. Hope in the future the author reviews the material and utilizes a narrator that actually loves the book.

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  • Terry Schott
  • 03-02-19

awesome

loved it ! cant wait to read the next one !
really well done. great job