An ancient medallion is unearthed in Pueblo, Colorado, revealing a secret that will rewrite the history of North America - the Vikings somehow made it to the continent's interior, centuries before Columbus made landfall, and there they built a city of gold.
But today the Coelho Medallion has been stolen, and a linguist and researcher has been abducted in connection with the crime. Could the abductors be after the fabled city of gold? Or do they have a more sinister plot in mind?
Dan Kotler is an independent researcher who often finds himself in more trouble than he was expecting. But when his colleague is abducted, he finds himself being investigated by the FBI, and he must use all of his brilliance and expertise to find her and absolve himself.
Anwar Adham has plans for a terrorist action on US soil, and information from the Pueblo research site can give him everything he needs to put his plans in motion. Unless Adham is stopped, thousands and possibly millions will die.
Whoever wins this contest of wits and wills will hold the fate of thousands in his hands, and will also lay claim to the fabled city of gold.
It's an adventure that can redefine the history of America as we know it. Kotler finds himself facing off against both the FBI and Adham's terrorist network as he struggles to solve the mystery of Vikings in Colorado, to rescue Evelyn, and stop Adham's plans before it's too late.
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Sprawling and confusing but oddly interesting
Clearly needed some aggressive editing. The concepts are abit of a mashup, but the root of a fast moving, multifaceted story are here.
Sure, he is clearly a good researcher and writer.
Unlikely, I wait until home release
I was provided this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review.
This offering has some interesting concepts and imagery and is worth the credit, esp. for historical conspiracy theory fans, such as I am.
A Long and Winding Plot
Probably not, it seemed very long and stretched credibility at every turn.
The most interesting concept was an underground river that the Vikings used to access locations across America.
There are way to many plot lines crammed into this book. Consequently it felt like it lasted 12 hours instead of 8. Some of the twists are interesting (Vikings and underground rivers), some are confusing, and some are pointless.
Terrorists trying so blow up US military sites from underground utilizing an underground river discovered by Vikings is a bit of a stretch. Much of the surrounding plot should either be developed more and the terrorist plot removed or the rest should be removed and the terrorist plot developed better so things don't drag on and on.
Not the worst book I've listened too, but I kept wondering when it was going to end.
Richard Rieman does a good job narrating.
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- S Atherton