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Preview — Inca Gold by Clive Cussler. Nearly five centuries ago, a fleet of boats landed mysteriously on an island in an inland sea.
There, an ancient Andean people hid a golden hoard greater than that of any pharaoh, then they and their treasure vanished into history -- until now.
DIRK PITT dives into an ancient sacrificial pool, saving two American archaeologists from certa Nearly five centuries ago, a fleet of boats landed mysteriously on an island in an inland sea.
But his death-defying rescue is only the beginning, as it draws the intrepid Pitt into a vortex of darkness and danger, corruption and betrayal.
A sinister crime syndicate has traced the long-lost treasure -- worth almost a billion dollars -- from the Andes to the banks of a hidden underground river flowing beneath a Mexican desert.
Driven by burning greed and a ruthless bloodlust, the syndicate is racing to seize the golden prize Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published June 5th by Pocket Books first published June 2nd More Details Original Title.
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Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Inca Gold Dirk Pitt, Inca treasure, priceless, hidden on an island in the beautiful Sea of Cortez for years, worth one billion American dollars As always it has become his trademark in Dirk Pitt novels both the luckiest human on Earth and the unluckiest, we first travel back in time to begin the plot; during a civil war two rival brothers fight for the throne of the Inca Empire one to keep the other from capturing the vast Inca treasure, priceless, hidden on an island in the beautiful Sea of Cortez for years, worth one billion American dollars As always it has become his trademark in Dirk Pitt novels both the luckiest human on Earth and the unluckiest, we first travel back in time to begin the plot; during a civil war two rival brothers fight for the throne of the Inca Empire one to keep the other from capturing the vast gold artifacts takes all by ship, going north after a long voyage, finally arrives at their ultimate destination.
The locals a superstitious group fear the Incas and leave the the gold alone when two of the bravest Indian natives disappear being somewhat too curious.
The Spanish conquer Peru and the surrounding territories looting, killing, destroying Back to the present , a bad situation in need of immediate help as two determined archaeologist are trapped in a sinkhole in the jungle, deep down in a murky watery cave quickly running out of oxygen.
Good thing Dirk Pitt is nearby off the Peruvian coast on a boat with a helicopter, the Numa engineer along with best pal Al Giordino respond very fast to the distress signal.
The rescue is quite successful but complications occur, the bad guys are persistent vicious thieves disguised as Shining Path rebels, who steal ancient treasures, kidnapping people and sell to unscrupulous rich collectors on the black market.
Joining Dirk is pretty girlfriend congresswoman Loren Smith, colleague Rudi Gunn, and overseeing the entire project Admiral Sandecker his boss needless to say all close friends.
The constant action- packed narrative permeates with desperate struggles in the rain forest, nervous high mountain climbing, dangerous helicopter flights, seemingly fruitless sea searches, the land has changed over the centuries, and the best though; an endless underwater river journey through the bowels of hell, painful to read but entertaining to digest not for the claustrophobic however the sadist will enjoy.
Still the secret stream full of lethal rapids, sharp rocks breaking the green liquid surface, which can shred Pitt's little raft, thick gloomy conditions in the grim dark underground eerie tunnels, giant waterfalls where the government man Mr.
Pitt needs to survive the indeterminable high plunge into the river while the ceiling gradually lowers and the air pockets vanishes, what now?
Cliver Cussler is the great storyteller in the unlikely occurrences nevertheless exotic adventures which never stop, if given a chance he will grow on you but be sure to keep the lights on.
View all 17 comments. Aug 11, Shruti rated it it was amazing. Each book in the series is an independent story and can be read irrespective of the order mentioned.
The series follows Dirk Pitt, a marine engineer who often finds himself tangled up in a good mystery and very skillfully escapes the clutches of death every single time.
In Inca Gold, Dirk and his best friend, Al Giordino, attempt to locate a hoard of gold that was hidden by an ancient people, and that vanished five centuries ago, never to be seen again.
Deciphering ancient codes that lead to the treasure and trying to defeat a global crime syndicate who are also desperately searching for the treasure—the two are forced to race against the clock while trying to stay alive.
A nail-biting adventure, coupled with thrilling story telling, this book is a treat! Highly recommend it. View all 10 comments.
I've read a Cussler novel before, Sahara, and don't remember it grating as much as this one. At times it felt like a bit of a chore getting through this but at other times I was able to knock the pages back.
The plot was half decent and yo 5. My edition had pictures The negatives: The stupid conversions - Why did I constantly need to be reminded of how many km's there were in a mile?
Or how many feet in a meter? I got used to glossing over those parts as they came in handy brackets but later on in the novel it's actually written into the character conversations.
If I was talking to a friend and said I was going 2 miles down the road and he said "So about 3km then" I'd slowly back away until I was out of grabbing reach and cover those 2 miles that's about 3km quickly, checking they weren't following me.
At one stage the editor got it wrong too and seemed to think that a mile was of shorter distance than a km which added to the constant beating of been told over and over.
Clive Cussler as a character - This was a low point for me. Admittedly you only learn it's Clive Cussler at the end of the section but when the characters said "He sure could spin a great yarn" I put my book down and looked at it grimly knowing there were at least pages left.
Everyone in the book loving Dirk Pitt far too excessively - I think Clive Cussler wants to be this guy, especially when looking at his Wikipedia page.
The way people were in awe of him all the time and the way women swooned at his feet just made me dislike the main character more and more. Plus I think his kill count must be up there with Pol Pot but nobody battered an eye lid and even the character showed no remorse.
Apart from Al who, in case you didn't remember after the 50th time of telling, were school friends and great pals. He just looked smugly like he had knowledge of an inside joke.
Plus surely these plans aren't crazy at all as they always, always work. People trying too hard to be funny - Stop with the stupid banter.
It's not big and it's not clever. Me, for not completely hating it! I'll cherry pick my way through the series until I can stand Dick Pitt et al no more.
Yes, you read it right. View all 5 comments. Mar 31, Rebecca rated it it was amazing. Anything Clive Cussler is always entertaining but Inca Gold is my favorite.
The books he has co-written with Paul Kemporas are pretty good. View 1 comment. Sep 13, Debbie rated it it was amazing.
This was my first Clive Cussler book and I was hooked from the very first 10 pages. High adventure and constant action.
Jan 14, fleurette rated it liked it Shelves: adventure , thriller. If you expect a story that resembles an action movie with Bruce Willis, then you won't be disappointed.
This is exactly a story like that. Nice entertainment, although I admit that I did not like everything. This is not my first story with Dirk Pitt.
I've read Atlantis Found before, so I have some comparison. This of course doesn't mean I don't like him in this book. Though his ind If you expect a story that resembles an action movie with Bruce Willis, then you won't be disappointed.
Though his indestructibility and ability to survive any kind of death are almost grotesque. And probably in this book even more visible.
At times, a pinch of realism could be useful. The plot, or maybe I should say the idea for it is fine. I have not been interested so far in the cultures of the Incas and other civilizations from this period and area, so it is difficult for me to say to what extent the story is based on some facts or even legends.
That is why I lack the perspective to find out where fiction mixes with the actual history. Certainly, the plot of this book sounds much more credible than the intricate intrigue in Atlantis Found that combines the threads of the lost Atlantis and the revival of the Third Reich.
On the other hand, I regret it a little. That plot, detached from reality, captivated with its completeness, imagination and ability to combine all these unbelievable elements into one fairly coherent whole thing.
Anyway, the plot of this book is fine and pretty entertaining. What I didn't like are sometimes too detailed and too scientific explanations of some technical things.
Very often they are woven into the action extremely clumsy. One of the characters asks how this or that works and the other answers him with all the technical details.
This is very unnatural and sometimes simply boring. This is also goes over other dialogues, which sometimes also sound artificial and forced.
Cussler makes sure that the reader knows what is going on all the time, he explains everything, even the obvious things.
It's good that he tries to do this through the conversations of his characters and not just descriptions, but it leads to strange unnatural dialogs.
I won't even mention that it annoys and disturbs. Fans of the author's work will surely appreciate the fact that the author himself appears in this book as one of the less significant episodic characters.
On the whole, I liked this story although I expected better entertainment. I will certainly go for this author's books in the future.
In this book, I think I liked the most the relationship between Pitt and Giordino. Jan 09, Patrick Gibson rated it liked it Shelves: testosterone.
I bought some cacti the other day and repotted them near the chile plants. The prickly phallic looking one I named Dirk Pitt.
Everyone should have a named cactus. Since this Pitt adventure takes place in Mexico and Pitt survives all odds like surely my cactus will I felt it an honor justly deserved.
Is this the novel where Dirk and Al accidentally have sex with each other while thrusting in tandem at a Nogales brothel? No, no, that comes later.
This is the adventure, like Orpheus, where they d I bought some cacti the other day and repotted them near the chile plants.
This is the adventure, like Orpheus, where they drift though an underground chasm in an updated version of the river Stix. The same way carnival rides are great.
And Napoleon Dynamite. And lime flavored nachos. If you pick up a seventy-five cent copy at a used bookstore or flea market, be pleased. Now rip out the first half dozen chapters and begin where Al and Dirk head underground.
The description of the caverns and the action sequences are brilliant in a pop culture way. The author extends this sequence longer than any other I can recall.
It is pure entertainment. Trust me. Jun 06, Dawn Peterson rated it really liked it. This man seriously needs an editor. The bane of a published author is laziness in writing.
Purple language, passive language and female characters that react in ways men would like but from a woman's perspective feel fake.
On the other hand, he sure knows how to pack action into a scene and this Dirk Pitt character is a cross between James Bond and Indiana Jones.
Not much emotion, but one dangerous episode to the next in exotic locations. May 26, Dimitar Jovanovski rated it it was amazing.
Clive Cussler - the greatest adventure novelist and underwater explorer. This book is an excellent escape to the world of action and suspense, so much action and adventure packed in one little book.
I liked the characters especially the hero Dirk Pit and his humor , the mysteries and intrigues, the historical plot Won't be the last read book written by Clive Cussler.
Aug 21, Megan Tucker rated it liked it. Total brain candy. Only one man survives to tell the tale In a group of archaeologists is nearly drowned while diving into the depths of a sacrificial pool high in the Andes of Peru.
They are saved by the timely arrival of the renowned scuba diving hero Dirk Pitt, who is in the area on a marine expedition. Pitt soon finds out that his life has been placed in jeopardy as well by smugglers intent on uncovering the lost ancient Incan treasure.
Soon, he, his faithful companions, and Dr. Shannon Kelsey, a beautiful young archaeologist, are plunged into a vicious, no-holds-barred struggle to survive.
From then on it becomes a battle of wits in a race against time and danger to find the golden chain, as Pitt finds himself caught up in a struggle with a sinister international family syndicate that deal in stolen works of art, the smuggling of ancient artifacts, and art forgery worth many millions of dollars.
The clash between the art thieves, the FBI and the Customs Service, a tribe of local Indians, and Pitt, along with his friends from NUMA, two of whom are captured and threatened with execution, rushes toward a wild climax in a subterranean world of darkness and death — for the real key to the mystery, as it turns out, is a previously unknown, unexplored underground river that runs through the ancient treasure chamber.
The fallen are told to come back and haunt those who took their treasure. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources.
Pizarro agreed to release Atahualpa in return for a roomful of gold, but the Spaniard later reneged on the deal. He had the Inca king put to death before the last and largest part of the ransom had been delivered.
Instead, the story goes, the gold was buried in a secret mountain cave. And there the legend has remained, daring others to prove it. The shadowy guide of those who have tried is Valverde, a Spaniard who some 50 years after Atahualpa's death is said to have become rich after being led to the gold by his Incan bride's family.
When he died, he left written directions to its location, the so-called Derrotero de Valverde. The gold trail went cold until the s, when English botanist Richard Spruce traveled to Ecuador in search of the cinchona tree, the seeds of which were used to produce the antimalarial drug quinine.
Spruce, when he finally returned to Britain, reported that he had uncovered Valverde's guide and a related map, made by a man named Atanasio Guzman.
Treasure seeker Barth Blake followed up Spruce's discovery in If his writings are to be believed, Blake was the last person to find the gold.Auf meine Wunschliste Wunschliste wählen: Neue Wunschliste erstellen. Optik TOP ungedruckt. Bewertet mit 2 von 5 Sternen. Wir lieben Cookies Vor allem, weil wir Ihnen damit ein optimales Einkaufserlebnis bieten können. Wir arbeiten Bmw Versteigerung CO2-Emissionen vermeiden wir, wo es geht. Erzeugt an sich wirklich sehr schöne Drucke.
In one letter he wrote: "There are thousands of gold and silver pieces of Inca and pre-Inca handicraft, the most beautiful goldsmith works you are not able to imagine.
Taking only what he could carry, Blake left and never returned. Sources suggest that en route to New York, where he planned to raise funds for an expedition to recover his prize, he disappeared overboard.
Some say he was pushed deliberately. Many who have since attempted to retrace his steps into the treacherous Llanganates have also paid with their lives.
Mark Honigsbaum, however, did survive to tell the tale, which he did in his book Valverde's Gold The author teamed up with two adventurers who each claimed to have independently discovered an Inca gold mining site such as Valverde described: "There is a lake, made by hand, into which the ancients threw the gold they had prepared for the ransom of the Inca [Atahualpa] when they heard of his death.
But he never found the site, which seemingly had been lost as a result of the earthquakes that regularly rock the densely forested mountains.
After that, the best and most persistent stories revolve around the Llanganates. Archaeologist Johan Reinhard , an explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society, has an explanation for why numerous expeditions in search of the gold mine and artificial lake mentioned by Valverde have failed.
It's an open question whether Valverde ever existed, Reinhard added, but he says his directions do make sense against modern maps of the region. While Reinhard doesn't believe Atahualpa's gold will ever be found, he says there's still a good chance of discovering Inca sites such as those referred to in the Derrotero.
Read Caption. Lost Inca Gold Archaeologists are searching for answers to questions over what happened to the lost Inca gold of Atahualpa.
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