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Publisher's Summary

They called it the Eighth Wonder of the World. For more than 200 years, the world marveled at the fabled Amber Room. And then came the Nazis.
Since the second World War, one of the world's most magnificent lost treasures has lain hidden, and it's up to Navy SEALs Dane Maddock and "Bones" Bonebrake to find it again. Joined by Zara Leopov, their squad must follow the trail of clues from history in a perilous, action-packed race to find a treasure and unlock a deadly secret hidden in Amber.
©2015 David Wood (P)2016 Gryphonwood Press
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4 out of 5 stars
By Cheri on 05-13-16

Dane and Bones Orgins!

Amber was a fast paced story that weaves action, suspense, and some real elements of history into an dangerous adventure. I really liked the story had elements of truth because it made the story believable. After I finished the book, I actually researched the Amber Room to learn more about it.

I've listened to several audiobooks narrated by Jeffrey Kafer, and as always, he did a great job!

Anyone who loves a good mystery mixed with elements of truth, will definitely want to consider listening to these series.

"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom dot com."

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4 out of 5 stars
By Brian on 01-27-17

Near-Perfect Adventure Fiction

David Wood and Rick Chesler team up to write another Dane and Bones adventure. This one takes us to unexpected areas in search of a lost room of amber said to have been lost forever. Along the way, they will face off against Russians who are searching for other artifacts related to the Amber Room.

The narration of Amber was done by Jeffrey Kafer. What can I say here that I haven’t said in other reviews? Jeffrey Kafer is a master. He has perfected his craft and is absolutely perfect for this novel.

Amber was a non-stop adventure book with little to no time to breathe. Wood & Chesler really had their feet on the gas for this book — tidying it into under 6 hours for the audiobook. I promise you, you will not feel gipped with the length of the book. There is so much going on here it took me a day to wrap my head around it.

I’ve read one of the Dane & Bones books (and reviewed it recently). My first thoughts upon finishing it were where can I get more? Well, I found more (I’d already had this in my backlog and had forgotten about it). Well, after finishing this, I still thought the exact same thing. I need to start reading the Dane & Bones books in order now!

Wood & Chesler really took a premise that could be real and added a ton of stuff into it that made it feel like non-fiction. The stories and history around each event and each area they research had a realism that you can’t fake (or isn’t easy to fake).

Also, giant freaking wolves… terrifying. I won’t go into it for fear of spoiling anything. But, wow.

Overall, Amber was another fun and fast-paced adventure book in the Dane & Bones world. I will definitely be looking for more books in this series.

I received a free copy of this book. It has not affected my review in any way.

If you enjoyed my review please vote for it. If you'd like to see more like it you can check out BriansBookBlog DOT com.

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