Lost Empire - Clive Cussler & Grant Blackwood

Lost Empire

By Clive Cussler & Grant Blackwood

  • Release Date: 2010-08-31
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
Score: 4
From 622 Ratings


Husband-and-wife treasure hunters Sam and Remi Fargo run afoul of a dangerous dictator in this adventure in the #1 New York Times-bestselling series.

While scuba diving in Tanzania, Sam and Remi Fargo come upon a relic belonging to a long-lost Confederate ship. An anomaly about the relic sets them off chasing a mystery—but unknown to them, a much more powerful force is engaged in the same chase. Mexico’s ruling party, the ultranationalist Mexica Tenochca, is intent on finding that artifact as well, because it contains a secret that could destroy the party utterly.
Through Tanzania and Zanzibar, into the rainforests of Madagascar, and across the Indian Ocean to Indonesia and the legendary site of the 1883 Krakatoa explosion, the Fargos and their ruthless opponents pursue the hunt—but only one can win. And the penalty for failure is death.


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  • Joey jacques

    By The dive master
    I liked the book.it wasn't as good as some of clive's earlier books like inca gold' but the way Grant combined the history with the action,adventure kept the pages turning....
  • My First Sam and Remi Adventure

    By Tizzzo
    LOVED IT....!!!!!!!!
  • Another Sam and Remi winner

    By Lonesome Traveler
    Blackwood and Cussler have, once again, written a thought provoking adventure of the first order. This book, like Spartan Gold, makes you think. The action, while somewhat far-fetched at times, does keep you involved. The dialogue is most believable and the characters become part of your family, assuming of course that your last name is Fargo. But here, in the world of Grant and Clive, for a short time you are. This book is difficult to put down. Read it!
  • Lost Empire

    By Justastep
    Amazing read. Worth every penny!
  • Cussler is the best!

    By Cybermickey
    As with all his books though the various co-authors and story lines. This too is an excellent read
  • Maward

    By Wardbrooke
    Just short of putting you to sleep. If you have weeds to pull or snow to shovel you'll have spent your time much more productive and even enjoyable.
  • Predictable

    By misterstiles
    Cussler's historical and archeological research is polished like always and is always enjoyable. The story, however, shows a predictable and almost sophomoric cadence which makes one shake his head repeatedly. I know it is a piece of adventure pulp fiction, but Cussler is starting to get sloppy.
  • Lost Empire

    By rwschick
    Fun read...
  • Lost empire

    By Noholike
    The end of the book was the worst ever it leaves the reader wondering what the book was about. The plot did not seem to make much sense. The book did not give much back ground on the main characters or even what this whole story was about. I believe that the author took what would have been a good story and ruined it because of it's incompleteness.